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Set out from Tallinn on a day trip to Paldiski, a former Soviet naval base known for its spectacular coastal limestone cliffs. A local guide with show you around this once closed military town, providing insight into its fascinating history. Along the way you'll visit an old prison quarry and Estonia's third largest waterfall, as well the stunning Keila-Joa Manor—known for it's Neo Gothic style of architecture. You'll even have an opportunity to explore the cockpit of a plane once belong to Soviet military.
This day trip exceeded all our expectations due to below reasons:
1 our guide was supergood, he spoke very good english, he really knew what he was talking about and he was interested about the history and places where he took us
2 the places were so interested, not any common turist places, but such a places where you don't have possibility to visit easily. They had very interesting history and stories.
3 Lunch was in a nice tavern and food was good.
Overall whole trip was very great and interesting and I warmly can recommend it to all.
Great day out exploring Soviet sites and the countryside. My favourite place was the quarry and prison, although the waterfall and manor complex at the start of the day was also top - especially in the snow! Kert was a great, honest and fun guide.
This tour was great plenty to see and do around the tallinn area with a helpful and very knowledgable guide
This was a wonderful excursion. The tour guide, Trinna, gets all the credit for making it so informational, comfortable, and very enjoyable. Thank you Trinna!
It was a lovely day spent out of the city and our guide was very good at meeting everyone's needs from old to young.
Excellent tour guide. Very knowledgeable, good fun, perfect English.
Interesting history. Kert was a good tour guide. Unch stop self pay was great. Very authentic food.
My rating in no way is about the tour company or the tour guide. Both were great. The tour guide was fantastic and was fun. It has to do with the sites themselves. Pakri waterfall was beautiful, but you don't go to the manor house. You see it from across the river as it's privately owned. The coastal cliffs were ok. The quarry is a lake with some abandoned buildings in it. Again, OK. As for the Soviet bases, there really isn't much left to see. A tiny old housing unit that is falling apart, or a hanger that is also falling apart and overgrown with weeds. I can't review the monastery, as I don't think we went there. I don't have any pictures and I take pictures of EVERYTHING. The old airplane was also just ok. So in accordance I rate this trip OK.
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