Tallinn Biking Tour is an ideal possibility to get a glimpse of the pulsing life of Tallinn outside of the historic city centre! Pedal through western and eastern part of Tallinn. Explore Tallinn neighborhoods such as Kalamaja and Kadriorg and the seaside promenade. Pass by UNESCO World Heritage listed Old Town. Along the way, you will first pass old Patarei Prison and then Tallinn Seaplane Harbor where since 2012 the Estonian Maritime Museum is situated. Your next stop is in Noblessner seafront quarter - the former submarine shipyard Noblessner is the fastest developing and thus, the most interesting area in Tallinn today.
Continue cycling to Kalamaja, a lovely neighbourhood in Tallinn, just next to the Old Town and the Balti Jaam railway station. The heart of Kalamaja is filled with colourful wooden houses with bright panel doors.
Next short stop will be in Telliskivi Creative City and it is a collection of former factory and railway buildings transformed into a centre for creative enterprises: an entire quarter filled with offbeat eateries, trendy cafes, and hip bars along with design, antique and vintage shops.
Get a glimpse of Old Town passing by the Old Town city wall towards to Kadriorg Park where you'll stop outside Peter the Great's Summer Palace and the President's Palace. Then, continue toward Pirita for a stop at the Song Festival Grounds where Estonians "sang themselves independent" in the late 1980-s. Now pedal to the Estonian History museum, where you will visit the outdoor exhibition of Soviet monuments. Follow the coastline towards the Memorial to the victims of communism. From there start pedaling back to the city centre along the coastline with a panoramic view on Tallinn Old Town.