Step back in time and picture yourself in the romantic middle ages as you explore old churches, houses of the ancient guilds and the well preserved Town Wall with some of it´s interesting stories. You will hear some fascinating legends and get to know about the medieval lifestyle and habits.
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- 2h private guide services
- Tallinn Lower Old Town theme walking tour
- Town Hall guided tour
- Gratuity to the guide is not included in the tour price.
Tallinn legends walking tour
Town Hall guided tour
Children’s Discounts: 3 year olds 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.
- Viru Gates
- Müürivahe Street
- St. Catherine´s Passage
- Town Council's Pharmacy
- Church of the Holy Spirit
- Great Guild Hall
- Kalev Marzipan Museum
- Rataskaevu Street
- St Nicholas' Church
- Town Hall & Town Hall Square
- Legends of medieval Tallinn
See the most interesting and significant sites of Lower Old Town, including the oldest continuously functioning pharmacies in the world, Town Council Pharmacy, the Great Guild Hall and the Town Hall. 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.
The centrally located Town Hall Square, still a vibrant gathering place for many cultural events held throughout the year, is home to the only preserved medieval gothic Town Hall in the Baltic and Scandinavian region. In its present form the Town Hall was completed in 1404 and it has still remained the most important representational building in town. Inside the Town Hall it´s possible to see examples of medieval architecture and art. The Town Hall holds oldest and rarest pieces of medieval woodcarving: benches in the Gothic style. The carved side posts of the longer bench, featuring the story of Tristan and Isolde and Samson’s fight with the lion, are some of the most beautiful examples of medieval art in Estonia.
Tour ends at the Town Hall Square where you can see on top of the Town Hall Tower one of the symbols and guardians of Tallinn – a weather vane, the figure of an old warrior called Old Thomas. Listen to the legends and you will get to know why the weather vane was named so.