Tallinn’s one of the world’s best-preserved Medieval towns, with a cobweb of winding streets crammed with monuments. This tour takes you around the old town as well as the modern district that lies beyond it. First, you’ll drive to Kadriorg, the exclusive seaside district centred on the palace and the park built by Russian Tsar Peter I. Then you’ll make a photostop at the Song Festival Ground and unravel some of its history that stretches back to 1869. From there, head to Pirita, passing the Forest Cemetery, the ruins of the St. Birgitta Monastery and the Olympic Yacht Centre to name a few. At Tall Hermann Tower it’s time to start the second leg of your tour, this time on foot. Follow your local guide to Toompea, to the Baroque Castle and the seat of the Estonian Parliament. Then visit the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral as well as the famous Dome Church. Last but not least, walk to a popular viewpoint for some fabulous photo opportunities and grab some last-minute souvenirs.
- SUITABILITY Large amount of physical activity.