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See Tallinn like never before during this 2.5-hour bicycle tour. After getting outfitted with a bicycle you’ll follow your expert guide to important tourist sites such as the Presidential Palace, Song Festival Grounds and WWII Memorial. Tread in the footsteps of world-class athletes at Olympic Center, host of the 1980 games, and relive the days of Catherine the First at Kadriorg Palace. This is an ideal tour for people of any age and ability, and covers approximately 10 miles (16 km) by bike.
A 2.5-hour bicycle tour through Tallinn
Visit the site of the 1980 Olympics
Warm up your vocal cords at Lauluväljak, home of the singing revolution
Stroll along the seaside at Pirita beach
Learn about the area’s history from an informative local guide
Enjoy a gorgeous bike ride while seeing the sights
Tour was cancelled, but I was offered the city tour instead. A bit of mucking around to get to the meeting point only to find it was going from the cruise terminal even though I had confirmed with the local operator to meet at the booking office. A good tour none the less, saw some amazing sights around Tallin and good recommendations from the guide where to eat
This was a great experience and almost easy pedaling everywhere but for 5 euros we upgraded on site to electric assist bikes and was fantastic! Our tour was led by great English speaking lady who led us from stop to stop and saw old and new Tallinn.
Our tour guide was George and the trip was just ok. Since it was raining most of the time that might have impacted our trip. It took me 5 times to find a decent bike and even that had squeaky breaks. We were not provided rain gear, vests, or helmets. The highlight was going to a grocery store parking lot to watch folks from Helsinki load their purchased liquor into buses. Mostly we road around busy streats with lots of construction outside the city. I recommend just walking around the old city which is lovely.