There is much more in Tallinn than just the Old Town. Explore the many faces of Tallinn with easy hop-on, hop-off buses. Four tours explore; audioguide is available in 10 different languages.
The combined Orange line operates September 17-October 31, Fri-Sun.
The Orange line takes you through the lively streets of the city centre as well as the eastern part of the town introducing the colourful history of Tallinn. The drive covering the central part of the city gives a good overview of the development of Tallinn throughout the centuries and offers the opportunity to see the biggest variety of architectural contrasts – old and new Tallinn.
The Red Line introduces central Tallinn, runs to Kumu Art Museum, Lasnamäe, a resident neighbourhood with typical Soviet buildings and the Tallinn Port area.
The Green Line runs to the Pirita beach district and back stopping at Maarjamäe Palace (part of Estonian History Museum), the ruins of St. Bridget’s Convent in Pirita, the Botanic Garden and the modernised Tallinn TV Tower.
The Blue Line runs to Rocca al Mare area, home to Estonian Open Air Museum and the Tallinn Zoo.
With Tallinn Card -50%.