Tours & day trips

    Walking Tour in Old Town

    This fascinating two hour Old Town walking tour starts from the famous Town Hall Square or any other place in Old Town. You will learn the history of Tallinn through interesting stories and feel the medieval atmosphere from a time long past. You will see all the main highlights – the Latin quarter where a Dominican monastery was situated since the 13th century, Pikk Street, which use to be the main street of Tallinn in the Middle Ages, where we’ll find the houses of merchant and craftsmen guilds. You will discover the history of medieval Tallinn, the town that joined the Hanseatic League – the trading union in Europe in the 13th-16th centuries.

    The Old Town consists of two parts, the Lower Town and the Upper Town. 

    After a walk in Lower Town we will head to Upper Town, going up along Short Leg Street. Here you will learn why people say that Tallinn is the town that limps. And what was the reason for discord between the two towns.

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    • Wonderful private tour of Tallinn

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      October 12, 2019 By DisneyfanLongIsland

      I highly suggest a private tour with this company- our guide and driver were excellent, and although we only had one day in port, we packed a lot of sightseeing in a short time. We really enjoyed... Read more comments

    • Tallin Estonia

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      August 7, 2019 By Kevin P

      In fact I saw a coach trip ready to leave Riga bus station. I sorted a seat and the coach rolled on out to the main road. I was wondering if I had made the right choice but when arriving 2 hours... Read more comments

    • Beautiful area-must trip from Helsinki

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      June 12, 2019 By PandM0

      Took the fast ferry over, and had an in-depth 3 hour private tour with Anatasia. She was excellent!! Extremely knowledgeable, and drove us to some amazing sites like Peter the Great's summer... Read more comments