Our Tallinn City Tour consists of a bus tour and a walking tour.
A bus sightseeing tour begins from the Kadriorg Park founded by Russian tsar Peter the Great at the beginning of the 18th century. The total territory of the park is 100 hectares. The main building in the park is the baroque palace, built according to the project of an Italian architect Niccolo Michetti. Though big restoration works are under way in the park at the moment, you still enjoy the beauty of it and walk through different styles of it. After that you will visit the Song Festival Grounds where famous Estonian song festivals with more than 100,000 singers are held. The tour ends in Pirita, where it is possible to geta glimpse at Olympic yachting marina and the ruins of the St. Brigittes Convent.
Discover the soul of Old Tallinn that takes you through the one of the best preserved medieval town in Europe.Medieval Tallinn walking tour which begins with a brief history of Estonia and Tallinn and continues with visits to the most interesting and significant sites of Lower and Upper Old Town, each with their own story to tell. The sightseeing tour takes us around the old medieval city walls and into the Old Town where it will be possible to see Toompea Castle, one of the oldest churches in Estonia the Dome Church, Alexander Nevsky Cathedral the largest Orthodox church in the city, medieval Great Guild Hall, the impressive over 600-year old Town Hall and Town Council Pharmacy, which is the oldest continuously functioning pharmacies in Europe.
During this tour, you will see:
- Kadriorg palace and Park
- The Estonian president`s residence
- Song Festival Grounds
- Olympic Yacht Center
- Ruins of St Brigitte` s Convent
- The Russalka Memorial
- Freedom Square
- Estonian national opera House
- Town Hall and Town Hall Square
- Church of the holy spirit
- Great Guild Hall
- The Brotherhood of the Blackheads
- St Olav's Church
- "Short Leg" and "Long Leg" streets
- The Parliament
- Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
- Dome Church
- Viewing platforms
- and more...