Magical Christmas wonderland in Tallinn Old Town awaits you to a special excursion. Our jolly guide will lead you through a fairy-tale world created especially for this holiday season and astound you with thrilling local legends.
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- 2h private guide services
- Tallinn Old Town theme walking tour
- Gratuity to the guide is not included in the tour price.
Tallinn Old Town Christmas walking tour
Magical Christmas Tour in Tallinn Old Town is available 25.11.2022 - 08.01.2023.
Children’s Discounts: 3 year old and under are free, 15% discount for ages 4-12.
For additional cost we can offer a warming drink during the tour. It´s possible to choose between mulled wine break - 6.00 Eur/pp, mulled wine and almonds - 9 Eur/pp, or mulled wine and pastries (one sweet and one savoury) - 13 Eur/pp.
- Viru Gates
- Hellemann Tower
- St. Catherine´s Passage
- Town Council's Pharmacy
- Town Hall & Town Hall Square
- Freedom Square
- Danish King's Garden
- Short Leg
- Church of the Holy Spirit
- Great Guild Hall
- Kalev Marzipan Museum
Come and discover the beautifully decorated fir trees, streets glowing with Christmas lights, display windows decorated with arts and crafts and fantastic light displays.
During the tour we will see where the first public Christmas tree in the world was erected and visit a renowned Christmas market in the Old Town Square. St. Catharine’s Passage hides guild craftsmen and artists, whose creation you can purchase or simply admire.
At Christmas time streets are transformed into a world of galleries. Through the windows we are able to peak at wondrous art displays and witness a mystical showcase of light and shadows. Handcrafted Christmas miniatures decorate the windows of cafes, shops and art studios in the Old Town. Through the lit-up windows of the Tourist Information Center we get to see Estonia’s biggest canebrake tree.
The Church of the Holy Spirit and the unique façade of the Great Guild Hall have their own stories to tell and your guide will enlighten you to them as we step inside Kalev’s Marzipan House. Your guide will also explain how Christmas was celebrated in Medieval Times as well as what kind of drinks and meals were prepared then. You will learn how to make your own medieval Christmas sweet – bread dumpling. This unique tour is both entertaining and educational.
Come and experience the true feeling of Christmas with us!