Kadriorg palace and the park formerly belonged to Peter the Great. It was named after Peter’s wife Catherine. It’s a beautiful palace in the quite park, located close to the seaside.
Raeapteek (Town Hall Pharmacy) is one of the oldest continuously running pharmacies in Europe, having always been in business in this same house since the early 15th century. It is also the oldest commercial enterprise and the oldest medical establishment in Tallinn. It's located next to the Town Hall and still preserves the charming medieval spirit.
Stout Margaret Tower is known as a Fat Margaret Tower because of its appearance. This is the most massive part of the town's defensive wall that was constructed not only for protection purposes but also with a desire to impress the visitors of Tallinn.
Russalka memorial is an important landmark of the Pirita beach. It honors the Russian warship Russalka, that sank in a severe storm in the Baltics in the end of 19th century.
The Dome Church is one of the oldest churches of Tallinn. The church looks very simple with the white walls and small dome, but it has the very long history. It was first mentioned in 1233 and since than it has been one of town's main temples. It's dedicated to Virgin Mary.
Alexander Nevsky Cathedral stands out from the old town buildings with its bright color and Byzantine architecture. It's one of the latest constructions of the old city, build by the request of Russian Emperor Alexander the 3rd in the 1900. It's located on the high point of the Toompea Hill in front of the Parliament building.
- Private professional tour guide (4 hrs)
- Private tourist-class vehicle (4 hrs)
- Tallinn panoramic tour
- Tallinn Old Town walking tour
- Coffee break & pastry
- Any other meals / snacks
- Any othe drinks / coffee break
- Tips / Gratuity
- Admissions / donations
IMPORTANT: NO refunds for late passengers or for those who don't read their Tallinn Meeting Instructions and have been waiting at the wrong location.