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Tallinn City Tour
"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. Th 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 get a glimpse at Olympic yachting marina and the ruins of the St. Brigitte’s Convent.Then you will discover the soul of Old Tallinn that takes you through the one of the best preserved medieval town in Europe. Me 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
From EUR25.00
Sofia Walking Tour and Spa Experience
"Your walking tour will start in front of one of the symbols of Sofia Alexander Nevski Cathedral. The short walk after will lead to Hagia Sofia Church built in 6th century and serving a distinct history of the Bulgarian capital a site full of energy and mystery. You will continue passing through the Sofia University the Parliament and the statue of King Liberator which are the main sites of the Bulgarian capital and are symbols of the country's history in the last centuries. You will continue the walk along the narrow streets which are part of the Old Sofia town and maintain a history spanning over many centuries. The tour will lead you to Graf Ignatiev street
From EUR65.00
Tallinn Sightseeing Tour by Coach and Foot
"Begin your 2.5-hour sightseeing tour of Tallinn with a scenic drive by luxury coach to famous Kadriorg Park home to Baroque-style Kadriog Palace. After a quick look around with your guide travel to the seaside district of Pirita and admire beautiful beaches popular among wind sports enthusiasts and pass the 600-year-old ruins of Pirtia Convent. Visit the Song Festivals Grounds which has hosted various concerts over the years including Lady Gaga Madonna Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Micheal Jackson. Along the way
From EUR28.00

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Estonian Beer

Estonian beer proved to be really good, even from the point of taste of a spoilt German tongue. I learned that the Purity Law we Germans are so proud of (beer may contain hop, malt, water and yeast, and no other ingredients) is also valid in Estonia.

The two biggest brands are Saku and A. Le Coq. The standard beer is a light, not too bitter Pilsner-type. They also do dark beers. Checking if a pub has specialities from a microbrewery can be worthwhile.

Üks õlu palun...

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Sep 25, 2009

Try Vana Tallinn liqueur

When I ordered Vana Tallinn liqueur at the Nimeta Baar, one of the bartenders initially tried to talk me out of it saying that it tasted like medicine. Despite the warning, I purchased a small glass --and I rather enjoyed it. Sort of like B&B but not as sweet. Of course, I chased it down with some A. Le Coq beer.

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Mar 23, 2008

Enjoy some A. Le Coq beer

While in Tallinn, enjoy some A. Le Coq beer. At the Nimeta Baar, a friendly Dutchman introduced me to this great beer -- for short, he called it "the Coq". I was told that it is one of the best selling Estonian beers (Saku is the other), and it is quite good. Enjoy!

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Mar 22, 2008


I didn't really know where to put this tip, but I have to
share it with you.
I definitely think you should try two of the local liquors:
Vana Tallinn and Liviko Liköör!
I'm having a hard time describing the taste here, so
I won't. See for yourselves.

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Aug 20, 2007
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Saku Beer

One of the local brews is Saku, a light beer (known in the UK as a lager). The brewery from which it is produced is the oldest and largest within Estonia. When I am away I always like to sample the local brew and this was refreshing drink in the middle of the day.

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Jan 02, 2006

Finns buying Estonian beer

Many Finnish people just come over to Tallinn to buy beer, because alcohol is very expensive in Finland. On the ferries from Tallinn to Helsinki you often see them with a small trolley packed with Estonian beer cans.
The most famous brand seems to be Saku, with their main product Saku Originaal. It is well known all over Northern Europe and also in the USA and Japan.

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"A medieval marvel"
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"Shades of Grey"
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"Tallinn - A Great Mixture of the Old and the New"
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"Tallinn - medieval spirit city"
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"In the bleak midwinter ..."
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Aleksander Nevski Cathedral - Tallinn

The Alexander Nevski Cathedral one of Tallinn's dominating landmarks. This Russian Orthodox cathedral with its impressive onion domes was built in the late 19th century. Access inside was restricted...
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Museum of Occupation

By know its getting even colder so we decide to take one last trip through the town square ....another chance to shop for me. I don't see much I want except one of the little cutting boards with an...
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Town Hall - Raekoda

The Town Hall is located on the square of the same name. It is the only Gothic town hall in Northern Europe. The first mention we have of this town hall dating from 1322 The present building was built...
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Great Guild Hall

The great Guild Hall does not resemble that big from outside, but it was once the second-largest building built for non-religious purposes in Tallinn. Built between 1407 and 1417, it was used as the...
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Estonian History Museum - Great Guild Hall

LOWER TOWN - ALL-LINN Located in the center of Tallinn on Pikk 17, is the Gothic GREAT GUILD HALL - ESTONIAN HISTORY MUSEUM. Erected 1407 - 1410, the Great Guild Hall - Suurgild - was a guild for...
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Estonian Parliament - Riigikogu - Tallinn

the estonian parliament building is located on toompea hill across the street from aleksander nevsky cathedral. built in 1921 this interesting baroque building is home to estonia's government. not...
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