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Private: 5-hour Best of Tallinn Tour with Marzipan Painting and Town Wall Visit
"Meet your guide at the hotel or outside the main port gate (for cruise ship passengers).Ancient Tallinn is not just all about facts and historic events – this is city full of mystical courtyards old walls and towers all filled with magic of the legends. On the wings of this wonder you will walk through the Tallinn Old Town to take a look at the Town Hall and one of the oldest continuously working pharmacies in the world. Admire the churches of St. Olav and the Holy take a look at the oldest street clock in Tallinn and enjoy the narrow cobblestone streets. The walking tour takes you to the marzipan museum where you are welcome to make and paint your own marzipan figurine or just choose one as a gift. Further you will visit the ancient City Wall  and climb the old watchtower in order to get the right feeling of the life of medieval city guard maybe even spot a squirrel or two. The tour will continue passing the Song Festival Grounds and end with the final stop at the Pirita Beach where you can enjoy the beautiful view over the Bay of Tallinn.Your friendly and well-informed guides can provide you with so much more than just the tour info – feel free to inquire all about the current life
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Private: 4-Hour Best of Tallinn Tour with Mostly Driving and Little Walking
"Firstly the drive will take you to the Upper Town of the Old Town. This first stop includes brief walk to the most notable buildings of Aleksander Nevskij's Cathedral the Houses of Parliament and the Dome Church. The highlight of the Upper Old Town is the sightseeing platform where it is possible to enjoy the most marvellous view over the red tiled roofs of the Old Town and the panorama of the whole city.We will also take a moment to enjoy ourselves over a relaxing coffee break (included into the tour cost)The Estonian Presidential Palace and KUMU Estonian Art Museum. Further the ride will continue along the shoreline and take you to see Song Festival Grounds.Your friendly and well-informed guide will spice the whole trip with the most fascinating issues and most exciting details about the modern life in Estonia. The tour ends back by the main port gate where you can comfortably board your ship or at your hotel."""
From $66.00
 
Private: 4-Hour Best of Tallinn Tour with Mostly Driving and Little Walking
"Firstly the drive will take you to the Upper Town of the Old Town. This first stop includes brief walk to the most notable buildings of Aleksander Nevskij's Cathedral the Houses of Parliament and the Dome Church. The highlight of the Upper Old Town is the sightseeing platform where it is possible to enjoy the most marvellous view over the red tiled roofs of the Old Town and the panorama of the whole city.We will also take a moment to enjoy ourselves over a relaxing coffee break (included into the tour cost)The Estonian Presidential Palace and KUMU Estonian Art Museum. Further the ride will continue along the shoreline and take you to see Song Festival Grounds.Your friendly and well-informed guide will spice the whole trip with the most fascinating issues and most exciting details about the modern life in Estonia. The tour ends back by the main port gate where you can comfortably board your ship or at your hotel."""
From $66.00

Most Viewed Transportation in Tallinn County

Tram

Trams are plentiful in Tallinn and easy to use, just buy a ticket from a kiosk and remember to cancel it in the machine onboard. If you arrive at the bus station (Autobussijaam) tram no: 4 takes you...
Ben-UK
Nov 27, 2011

Public Transport

Public transport is pretty good in Tallinn. Trams, buses and trolleybuses (buses run by electricity from overhead wires) are often crowded, especially during the early morning and early evening rush...
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Jarra
Apr 04, 2011

Taxis

For most foreigners taxis are usually quite a cheap way to travel around Tallinn. The prices range from 8 EEK/km (0.5 €/km) to 4 EEK/km (0.25€). If money is any kind of an issue do not take a taxi in...
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Lodestar
Apr 04, 2011

Helicopter from Helsinki to Tallinn and back

From Helsinki the most common way to get to Tallinn is by a ferry -> easy and cheap. But if you want to experience your trip in a different way there is a helicopter ride also available! The price...
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Jusba
Apr 04, 2011

Tallinn by boat

If you are going to Tallin, chances are that you will arrive and/or leave by boat - whether on a cruise; on the ferry from/to Helsinki or Stockholm; or on the catamaran or hydrofoil from/to...
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deptlads
Apr 04, 2011

A visit to Pirita

Pirita is a suburb of Tallinn just a few kms from the city centre. The main attraction is the beach - a chance to dip your toes in the Baltic.Pirita was also the host of the 1980 Moscow Olympics...
meadwaytourer
Jun 28, 2006
 
 
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The hop-on/hop-off Tallin City Tour

Once you've familiarised your self with the Old Town area, it's nice to get out and about and see/experience more of the city. This is now possible thanks to the red hop-on/hop-off Tallin City Tour...
meadwaytourer
Jun 28, 2006

Getting there from the UK - ESTONIAN AIR

Estonian Air fly direct to Tallinn at least once a day from Gatwick Airport (South Terminal). Unfortunately, the Manchester-Tallinn route has been withdrawn. The airline uses modern 737-500 and...
meadwaytourer
Jun 28, 2006

Tallinn Lennujaam

Jammin' at the airport. Lennujaam means airport to iron out any confusion. Tallinnn Airport is small, so going in and out is extremely fast. It is also located virtually IN the city centre, so it only...
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sorenf
Dec 25, 2005

Arrival by sea

Port of TallinnSadama Str. 25, 00 371 631 8550, www.portogtallinn.comFrom the port to the city bus Nr.2A-terminal: www.tallink.eeB-terminal: www.eckeroline.eeC-terminal: 00 371 613 7000D-terminal:...
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LanaFromRiga
Aug 31, 2005

Linda Line

I have used Linda Line (express boat) when travelling from Helsinki to Tallinn. I think Linda Line boats are the cheapest express boats. The journey will take 1 ½ hours. Linda Line's boats are also...
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Pomska
Aug 02, 2005

BY Air

We Flew form Amsterdam to Tallinn with Estonia Air, The company has still good servise, much better then other big ones. They fly every otherday from and to Amsterdam tallinn. It will take 2 and a...
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suvaa003
Jun 03, 2005

Tallinn Tram Routmap

When I arrived in Tallinn after the ferry ride from Helsinki I did what I most often do in a new foreign city, I took a tram ride. That way you can get a feel for the area as the streets and scenes...
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Michael_D
Mar 25, 2005

Tallinn Card

Tallinn Card – Key to the Medieval CapitalThe all-inclusive city card issued by Tallinn City Tourist Office & Convention Bureau provides the easiest way to get acquainted with the medieval...
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Michael_D
Mar 24, 2005

Hotels Near Tallinn County

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Peterburi Road 48, Tallinn, 11415, Estonia
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Videviku 30, 10139
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Marta 8, 11312
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Puhkekodu 4, Laulasmaa, Tallinn, 76702, Estonia
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Narva mantee str 24 / F.R. Kreutzwaldi 2, 10120
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Top Things to Do in Tallinn County

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Aleksander Nevski Cathedral - Tallinn

Building a Russian Orthodox cathedtral on Toompea Hill, where once the Estonian kings ruled in their castle of the small Baltic country was also a demonstration of Czarist power in 19th century....
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Tallinn Old Town - Historical Centre - Vanalinn

A stroll in the streets of Tallinn would be a rewarding experience. The old town is a miniature architectural gem in the style of the hanseatic trading posts. It certainly stands out against the bleak...
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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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Kadriorg Palace & Park - Tallinn

Peter I began building the palace in 1718, and it was called Ekaterinenthal, or Catherinenthal, in honour of Catherine I. The architect of the temporary summer residence palace and park was the...
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Town Hall Square - Raekoja Plats- Tallinn

Town hall square is in the centre of the old town. In the past it has been used for many different purposes such as a marketplace, tournements, festivals were held here and a execution also once took...
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City Walls - Tallinn

The towering and outstandingly well preserved limestone walls that surround 80% of the old town are a real sight to behold. You can walk the entire length (around the inside or outside but not...
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Top 5 Tallinn County Writers

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Lodestar

"My good, old home town"
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meadwaytourer

"A Brit's guide to Tallin"
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LanaFromRiga

"The capital of Estonia"
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doug48

"tallinn (reval) estonia"
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ania70pl

"Tallinn"
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