TLL-008 - Tallinn Private Old Town Walking Tour and Kadriorg Park & Pirita#Most Popular #Shore Excursions #City Tours
Explore the diversity of both stunning medieval and edgy modern Tallinn.
Tour price per adult:
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- 4h private guide services
- 1h 45min Kadriorg-Pirita sightseeing by car/bus
- 1h 45min private tour vehicle
- Old Town walking tour
- Coffee break (pastry, water, coffee/tea)
- Gratuities to the guide and driver are not included in the tour price.
Meet & greet at cruise port/hotel followed by Kadriorg-Pirita sightseeing tour by car/bus
Old Town walking tour including coffee break
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.
- Kadriorg Park & Palace
- Presidential Palace
- Song Festival Grounds
- Lasnamägi- largest suburb built during Soviet times
- Olympic Yachting Center
- Ruins of St Bridget's Convent
- Pirita Seaside
- Upper & Lower Old Town
- Toompea Hill
- Houses of Parliament
- Tall Hermann Tower
- Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
- Dome Church
- Viewing platform
- Long Leg
- Kalev Marzipan Museum
- Town Hall & Town Hall Square
- Town Council's Pharmacy
Starting with a drive through Tallinn seaside suburbs, the tour then takes you to a stroll through the most beautiful baroque style park in Estonia, see sandy beach at Pirita and the romantic ruins of St. Bridget’s Convent.
An introductory panoramic drive will introduce you the most leisurely part of the whole town – Kadriorg. This district contains many beautiful sights – wooden suburb that takes your breath in its loveliness, majestic baroque park with ascending rose gardens and swan pond and beautiful Kadriorg Palace that once belonged to the Russian Empress Catharine I. Behind the baroque park ensemble lies Estonian Presidential Palace and great masterpiece of the modern architecture – KUMU Art Museum. The journey continues to discover the typical architectural efforts from the Soviet era – typical block-buildings of the living quarters at Lasnamäe and rather interesting complexes of the Song Festival Grounds and Olympic Yachting Center.
The latter was especially built for the Olympic Regatta of the Moscow Olympics in 1980. Nearby also lies the sandy Pirita beach, which is the most popular city beach in Tallinn. Also you can take a look at the romantic ruins of the St. Bridget’s Convent by the riverside.
A lovely photo stop at the Pirita beach will follow, where you can enjoy a spectacular view of Tallinn from across the bay before returning to the city center.
You can then enjoy many marvels through different eras and leisurely walk through stories worth of several centuries. A classical walk in Old Town includes all the best parts of the both Lower and Upper Town – Town Hall and Town Hall Square, the oldest continuously functioning pharmacy in the World, Dome Church, Alexander Nevskij’s Cathedral and many other notable medieval buildings. Old Town with its winding streets, tile roofs, fascinating facts and legends will capture your heart quickly.
We will enjoy a relaxing coffee break in an old town cafe, located in a historic building before the tour comes to an end in the old town.
Reviews of our tours
I wanted to thank you again for everything. Triin did a fabulous job of showing us around. She definitely went above and beyond to make us feel comfortable. She was very patient and accommodating with the kids. We couldn’t be happier with her as a tour guide!