TLL-021 - Tallinn Panoramic Tour#Most Popular #Shore Excursions #City Tours #Panoramic Tours
This driving tour allows you to capture the essence of Tallinn without a lot of walking. Multiple photo stops allow visits to many diverse districts.
Tour price per adult:
- 4h private tour guide services
- 4h private vehicle
- Coffee break
- Gratuities to the guide and driver are not included in the tour price.
After a warm meet & greet in the harbor, sightseeing in Old Town & Coffee Break
Sightseeing in City Center and suburbs of Tallinn
Drive back through Olympic Village to port
Children’s Discounts: 3-year-old and under are free, 15% discount for ages 4-12.
- Toompea Hill
- Estonian Parliament building
- Tall Hermann Tower
- Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
- Dome Church
- Upper old town viewing platform
- Freedom Square
- National Library
- National Opera
- Kadriorg Park & Palace
- Presidential Palace
- Song Festival Grounds
- TV Tower
- Pirita beach
- Olympic Village
The medieval Old Town, the busy city center, the beautiful parks and the shoreline regions allow you to discover the charm and versatility of Estonia’s capital city.
Just within few hours drive you will see most of the Tallinn. The driving tour takes you comfortably from one place to another and multiple stops enable you to take a good look at most notable objects and locations. The route covers the best parts of the Old Town,busy city center, classical Soviet style housing quarters, idyllic wooden districts,mansions of the wealthy citizens and shabby suburbs.
We will also enjoy a coffee break during the tour in a historic setting.
You can capture the best of Tallinn just within few hours. This special tour includes all most important landmarks in Tallinn and also many places that are not included in any regular city tour. In Old Town you will visit the Upper Town, look at marvelous Dome Church and Alexander Nevskijs‘ Cathedral and enjoy the picturesque city panorama views from Toompea viewing platform.
You can also see the modern city center with skyscrapers, Freedom Square, National Library and Opera House. You will see romantic Kadriorg Park and its baroque palace, take a look at lovely wooden suburb also named Kadriorg. Further on you will see numerous block buildings of the Soviet era living district Lasnamäe, drive by the TV tower and look at the peaceful residences of the wealthy people.
Down by the sea you can enjoy the view from Pirita beach and get to see Song Festival Grounds and the Olympic Village, where in 1980 the Moscow summer Sailing Olympic Regatta took place. Nearby lies the popular Pirita beach and the romantic ruins of St. Bridget’s Convent.
All along the way you’ll get many interesting facts about the places and buildings en route. All questions and inquiries are warmly welcomed. The choice of the route is also flexible, depending on your preferences – whether you would like to see more by just driving by the most notable places or would you rather prefer more and longer stops to look around.