TLL-016 - Tallinn Private Old Town Walking Tour & Estonian Dinner#Walking Tours #Wine & Dine
Take an entertaining private walking tour of charming medieval Tallinn followed by a tantalizing local dinner.
Tour price per adult:
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- 2h private guide services
- 3-course dinner (starter, main course, dessert with water, coffee/tea) at an old town restaurant
- 1 glass of beer/wine per person, water, coffee/tea
- Gratuity to the guide is not included in the tour price.
Upper & Lower Old Town Walking Tour
3-course Estonian dinner
Children’s Discounts: 3-year-old and under are free, 15% discount for ages 4-12.
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.
Minimum group size for this tour is 2 persons.
Children under 18 years old are served a non-alcoholic soft drink.
- Upper & Lower Old Town
- Town Hall & Town Hall Square
- Town Council's Pharmacy
- Great Guild Hall
- Kalev Marzipan Museum
- Long Leg
- Toompea Hill
- Houses of Parliament
- Tall Hermann Tower
- Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
- Dome Church
- Viewing platform
Get to know the stories of Tallinn in the most enjoyable way possible with a taste of a traditional Estonian meal. Tallinn Old Town Walking Tour combined with a 3-course Estonian dinner is a perfect evening activity allowing you to discover Tallinn with friends and colleagues.
Our wonderfully passionate hand-picked guides are pleased to lead you through the highlights of the charming historic heart of Tallinn. In addition to an overview of the country’s history and culture, you will get to revel in some enchanting medieval legends, see delightful panoramic views from upper old town, and visit iconic locations on the streets of an 800-year-old town.
Once the journey through Tallinn’s old town comes to an end, you will be able to continue discovering the local traditions by enjoying a delicious Estonian inspired dinner at an historic old town restaurant.
Estonian cuisine is often described by the phrase – A Spoonful of Nordic with a Twist. Aside from old staples of sauerkraut, black bread and pork dishes, seasonality and creativeness have become the new synonyms of the modern Estonian kitchen.
3-Course Menu included in the tour cost (selection of restaurants, subject to availability)
Menu includes: 1 glass of wine/beer per person, bread, coffee/tea, water
* Vegetarian, gluten and lactose free alternatives possible