The unique medieval tour is both educating and entertaining, giving you an insight of medieval lifestyle and customs in Tallinn.
Tour price per adult:
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- 2h private guide services
- Legends and stories of medieval Tallinn
- Gratuity to the guide is not included in the tour price.
Medieval Tallinn & Legends walking tour
Children’s Discounts: 3-year-old and under are free, 15% discount for ages 4-12.
For additional cost of 5.00 Eur per person, we offer a drink (a shot or mulled wine) at a historic venue during the tour.
Please note, this tour can start from a centrally located hotel/ city center location.
A language supplement of 10 Eur/h is added for tours in Chinese, Danish, Norwegian, Polish, Japanese, Korean, Dutch and Turkish language. This supplement will be added to the tour rate published.
- Legendary sites of medieval myths and legends
- Upper & Lower Old Town
- Town Hall & Town Hall Square
- Town Council's Pharmacy
- Rataskaevu Street
- St Nicholas' Church
- Short Leg
- Danish King's Garden
- Town Wall & Towers
- Toompea Hill
- Town Wall & Towers
- Dome Church
- Viewing platform
- Long Leg
The tour will also warm your heart with authentic legends. The haunted streets, Tallinn’s own mummy and Don Juan have stories to tell…
Step back in time and picture yourself in the romantic middle ages as you explore our old churches, houses of the ancient guilds, secret courtyards and narrow cobblestone streets in this medieval town. You can admire the well preserved Town Wall and get acquainted with some of the interesting stories behind the watching towers.
Get to know about the lifestyle, clothing, occupations, eating and drinking habits of Tallinn’s medieval citizens as your guide entertains you with the fascinating history of this area through captivating legends. Find out how the town was ruled and what was the importance of guilds.
You will visit the most interesting sites in both the Lower and Upper Town, including the centrally located Town Hall Square, home to the only preserved medieval Town Hall in the Baltic region. Visit the Town Council Pharmacy, which is the oldest continuously functioning pharmacy in Europe already from 1422 (closed on Sundays).
A mummified duke buried in St. Nicholas Church, seeking absolution or not? The ghosts of tragically separated lovers and an angry sorcerer from the lake, all play their role in the myths and stories of Tallinn.
Enter a hauntingly magical world as you explore the colorful history of this old Hanseatic town.