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With limited time in port in Tallinn, a bike tour is a fun way to maximize your time and explore the city’s many attractions. On this 3-hour tour, cycle out to the Peter the Great Summer Palace, glide along the seafront promenade, and admire the medieval buildings in Tallinn’s UNESCO-listed Old Town.
Cycle along Tallinn’s seafront promenade and admire the Peter the Great Summer Palace
Explore the UNESCO-listed Old Town of Tallinn both by bike and on foot
Ideal tour for first-time visitors to Tallinn or those short on time
Small-group tour limited to 12 people ensures a personalized experience
Taking a bike tour meant we got to see more than we would have done on a walking tour of the old town , taking us to the stadium and palace. However once we got into the old town the guide was not as informative which was a little disappointing.
We had a wonderful day in Tallinn Estonia , our guide for our bike ride was Monica she was full of information about her town and we would recommend this tour back home to friends and family in Australia, she was friendly and helpful, I hope to be back to Estonia one day as we didn’t have any idea what to expect but was quite surprised and happy we did go there as it was a very beautiful place to visit
The bike tour starts right where the boat docked. The bikes are under a tent at the edge of the port area. As it turned out it was just my husband and me and our tour guide. We cycled all over Tallinn and really loved the beautiful city and great shopping. Highly recommend!
The bikes and tour were a great way to see Tallin. They are located directly at the port which is easy but it gets confusing because they also rent bikes. The tour was large and getting through traffic was a bit difficult - the drivers are more aggressive than expected. We did cover a lot of areas and it was much better than a bus as we had perfect blue skies. The guide was very informative and provided good insight on the people and periods of occupation. They also allowed us to leave the bikes at the shop in the city center saving us the time to ride back to port and then back to the city again - definitely worth the 3 Euro’s each for this service. The walk back to the pier was about 15 minutes.
This was my children's favorite Excursion for our trip to the Baltic because it provided activity in addition to seeing the historic sites. The trees and flowers were In Bloom and gave off a wonderful fragrance. You need to be hardy enough to traverse the cobblestones and uneven gradations but I would just walk my bike when tired. Also, I just opted for a smaller bike so I could have better control. I think you'll enjoy this leisurely bike ride through Tallin.
This is the best way to see so much of Tallinn....very easy to get around particularly to places outside of the old city.....easy riding with a very knowledgeable and interesting guide. We were able to start our journey at the wharf where our ship docked, and leave the bikes in the old town to complete our adventure on foot ending with an easy walk back to the ship. It helped that it was a beautiful day, and that we had fellow riders unknown to us, who were great company to be with.....that's the luck of the draw
Perfect excursion for seeing the city sights, learning a bit of the history and burning off some unwanted cruise weight. Our tour guide was cheerful, attentive and seemed to know just the right amount of information to share with us. If you are thinking of bringing knitted or felted goods home, this stop is by far the cheapest! Do not wait for other Baltic cities. Our tour guide ensured that we had enough time to shop. Highly recommend this tour.