TLL-018 - Tallinn Old Town Tour & Secret Bastion Underground Passages#Walking Tours
Get two in one – classical tour in Old Town, where all important highlights are included and then spice your experience up with a visit to underground passages.
Tour price per adult:
- 3h Private tour guide services
- 1h 15min guided Bastion tour with in-house guide in Estonian, Russian or English
- 1h 45min Old Town walking tour
- Gratuities to the guide and driver are not included in the tour price.
Upper Old Town Walking Tour
Guided tour in Bastion passages
Lower Old Town Walking Tour
The tour price includes an in-house guide for your group visit to the Bastion passages. Additional museum opening fee of 75 Eur per group applies for Bastion tunnels visit outside regular opening hours. Groups up to 5 persons join the scheduled in-house guided tour of Bastion passages. March–Oct Tue–Sun 10.30–18.00. Last admission 17.30 Nov–Feb Tue–Sun 10.00–17.30. Last admission 17.00 The Museum is closed on Mondays and public holidays.
Children’s Discounts: 3-year-old and under are free, 15% discount for ages 4-12.
- Bastion tunnels
- Town Wall and Towers
- Town Hall Square
- Town Council's Pharmacy
- Great Guild Hall
- Church of the Holy Spirit
- Toompea Hill
- Estonian Parliament
- Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
- Dome Church
- Upper Old Town Viewing platform
Visit the secret underground bastion passages and travel with the Time Train into the year 1219.
Classical Old Town tour gives you the best of the Medieval Tallinn – you’ll hear interesting legends, see the most fascinating little streets and will get to know all the most remarkable landmarks in this old Hanseatic town.
After the first part of the tour you will join the group going underground! The old tower Kiek in the Kök is guarding the old passages of the Ingrian and Swedish bastions. These tunnels have a fascinating history: They were built in the 1670s, but hardly used until the 20th century when they renovated into bomb shelters in time for World War II. During the Soviet period they were further modernized to add electricity, running water, ventilation and phones.
On the tunnel tour, visitors can see some of the old equipment leftover from that era, as well as parts of the tunnel that still retain their more Medieval look. The tour includes a slow-moving train ride, where guests are shown the various stages of the tunnels’ past, and even a few decades into their possible future. The journey ends in the future – the year of 2219.
After being beneath the ground also the city on it seems quite different.