Medieval Tallinn and Kadriorg-Pirita Seashore Tour for cruise ships, 7hrs
This combined driving and walking tour of Tallinn is a great choice for first-time visitors to get to know Tallinn. Tallinn sightseeing tour will feature a medieval citadel of the Dome Hill, the Dome Church with a valuable collection of coats-of-arms and tombstones, Alexander Nevsky Cathedral with its onion domes, fortified town wall with 25 towers, medieval guild houses of the Hanseatic lower town, medieval Town Hall, Holy Ghost Church with the famous Bernd Notke altar. This Tallinn Tour will be followed by inside visit to medieval Dominican monastery, which reveals a fascinating dimension of the Thallinn city's history. The fascinating inner chambers of the Dominican Monastery once included three wings, together called the Claustrum, of which the east wing still remains. Tallinn and surrounding areas tour includes a visit to Tallinn Town Wall. With nearly 2km of its original city wall still standing, Tallinn boasts one of Europe’s best preserved Medieval fortifications. Town Wall sight gives Tallinn is renown fairytale charm.
Tallinn and its surroundings Tour will continue to Song Festival Amphitheatre with a stage for 30.000 singers, Forest Cemetery, the ruins of St. Brigitta Convent, the Olympic Yachting Centre in Pirita and a baroque Kadriorg Palace Art Museum and gardens, built by Peter the Great.
A visit to Rocca-al-Mare open-air museum will offer a walk in a 64 ha museum area, visiting 18th-19th century authentic rural architecture pieces: village taverns, a barn, living houses, windmills, smithies.
- Tallinn Sightseeing City Tour
- Inside visits to Tallinn Tallinn Dominican Monastery, The Tallinn Town Wall, Tallinn Kadriorg Art Museum and gardens
- Guide services & transfers