Tallinn, also called Miniature Estonia is a city of great variety, which you will explore on this private tour. First of all, you will take a panoramic tour by car to feel the pulse of everyday life. Your guide will show you how the Tallinn has developed into the eclectic city it is today and why it is a great place to live, how its economy grows today and where locals work and rest.
On the panoramic tour, you will see the Kadriorg district, where you will find the popular park and palace, established by Russian tsar Peter 1 as his Baltic residence. You will visit the main palace as well as the Peter the Great House Museum - the oldest museum in Estonia. Your next stop shows you the newest art museum KUMU. On your way, you will pass by the Pink House, the residence of the President of Estonia.
Next on the agenda is the Song Festival Ground. The festival is listed as an intangible UNESCO world heritage and a symbol of Estonian people's identity. Afterward, your guide will take you to Pirita where you can find the Olympic village of 1980, a famous cemetery, the TV-tower and the monument of a mermaid.
Back at the city center, you will explore the Old Town on a walking tour including a coffee break to reenergize. You will walk by cozy cobblestone streets and get acquainted with Tallinn's history through interesting stories and legends.
On this tour you will see:
- Toompea Castle and Tall Hermann tower
- Alexander Nevsky Russian Orthodox cathedral
- Dome church
- Viewing platforms
- Merchant dwelling quarter
- Holy Spirit protestant church
- St Olaf church
- Town Hall and its Pharmacy
- Marzipan museum and the oldest cafe in Tallinn
- St Catherine passage (also known as Latin quarter) and Dominican friary quarter