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Tallinn – a historic city to visit! If you are a fan of medieval views and inspiring stories – grab one of Tallinn tours and your holidays will become a miracle. Why should you travel to Tallinn? The answer is simple – it’ll be a lifetime experience if you are a lover of sightseeing trips full of history. Tallinn travel guide will surprise you!
When it comes to a question – what to do while traveling in Tallinn, there is no better answer than taking a sightseeing Tallinn tour around the city on your holidays. The best way to absorb this marvelous destination is by taking a tour in Tallinn with our travel guides. We assure you, that they don’t let you stay bored. Travel to Tallinn’s Kadriorg Palace, which will surprise with a rich baroque style, take a tour through the Old Town and all those charming churches.
Where is Tallinn – there is delicious national food which you MUST try while traveling through the best museums like Estonian History Museum and KUMU Art Museum! Already decided to visit Tallinn? Our eye catching Tallinn tours packages will make you want to come back and trip more and more. Be ready and visit Tallinn with a group, we’re sure that your thoughts will be where Tallinn is after visiting this artistic city. Oh, we heard you like nature! Visit Tallinn’s Zoo while touring around the city. Tallinn things to do will, also, guide you to visiting city’s TV tower with beautiful sights from it.
Traveling never felt so wonderful, after all, things to do on your holidays in Tallinn will blow you mind! Wondering if you want to travel with a group of friends, with a partner or alone? There are plenty of options for you to choose from our tour packages. You can pick one of tours in Tallinn for a suitable, low cost price and make your trip happen. Don‘t wait – spend your holidays in Tallinn with a smile!
Population: 448,764 (2017)
Area: 159.2 km2
Postal code: 15199
Area code: (+372) 64
Rank in the country: 1st in Estonia
The Old Town is one of the best preserved medieval cities with spectacular Gothic architecture, winding cobblestone streets, medieval churches and grandiose merchant houses that has been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Apart from having such a beautiful and special history, the Old Town is also crowded with cool places to eat or grab a drink at where you can try traditional Estonian cuisine. When walking around the Old Town, you will see such famous attractions as Town Hall Square, St. Olav’s, St. Nicholas’ churches and much more. So it is no doubt one of the most recommended places to visit in Tallinn!
Kohtuotsa Viewing Platform is situated on the northern side of Toompea hill and is one of the most famous and most visited attractions in the city. The hill opens up unforgettable panoramic views of the red Old Town roofs, centuries-old spires contrasted with the gleaming rising buildings in the new part of the city. It is definitely best visited during sunset because the sun makes the Tallinn’s skyline look even more magical. Oh, and during the summers, there’s a cafe open and even dance evenings held, so maybe you too could move your hips with a great view!
Kadriorg is definitely one of the most beautiful and historical sites to visit in Tallinn. Within a walking distance of the Old Town, is the most outstanding palatial and urban park in the city. The grand, baroque palace was built for Peter the Great and now houses the Art Museum of Estonia’s foreign collection. Kadriorg Palace is surrounded by amazing forests, ponds and fountains as well as public spark. Even though the parks is a definite example of Tsarist extravagance, it now serves as a great place for simply relaxing, taking a walk or having a small picnic with your friends!
Kumu Art Museum is one of the largest museums in Estonia and in all Northern Europe. It is one of the most recommended places to visit in Tallinn because the museum introduces the Estonian art from the beginning of 18th century until the year 1991, which makes it a great way of learning and understanding Estonian culture more deeply. Also, the complex itself is a work of art and the Kumu Art Museum was recognized as the best museum in Europe in 2008 and the winner of the European Museum of the Year Award. A must-visit for sure!
St Olaf’s Church is Tallinn’s iconic Gothic church that once was the tallest building in the world. From April to October, visitors are welcome to climb and conquer the vigorous steps of the tower but oh there is a reward for that! It opens up the magnificent views of the Old Town, Toompea hill and the port area. The church is definitely the most famous church in the Old Town and to visit and climb it will prove to be a rewarding experience, just trust us here.
Hell Hunt is among the top places to eat at in Tallinn because it claims to be the “first Estonian pub”. Both locals and visitors love it because of the wide menu of beer, great food and oh such huge portions of it! During the summer, they have an amazing open air terrace in a park across the street.
Reval Cafe & Restaurant is a great place to drop by because of its amazing laid-back atmosphere, beautiful interior with the old brick walls boldly exposed and of course outstanding coffee and food. It is a perfect place for breakfast, lunch, a romantic dinner and you just name it!
F-Hoone is one of the favourite places to eat at for locals because of the cool interior, amazing food quality, huge portions of it and, to top it off, it will not leave you penniless. It is a great pick if you’re traveling on a budget but love great quality food nonetheless.
Rataskaevu 16 is the highest-rated restaurant on TripAdvisor which means that is is highly appreciated by all travelers. It is located in the very heart of the Old Town and has it all: perfect atmosphere, friendly service and mouthwatering Estonian food such as fried herring fillets, elk roast and much more.
Kompressor is a top choice cafe is you are a big pancakes fan. If not, you are sure to become one after visiting this place! Kompressor specializes in sweet and savory pancakes and offers almost thirty different variations, and the portions are so huge be sure to visit it on an empty stomach.
Have fun at the Tallinn Zoo because it is perfectly suitable for both kids and adults as it houses more than 13,000 various animals. Here, you can visit the animals in their tropic houses, elephant house, Alpinarium and the Middle Asia Complex that has camels, bisons and Przewalski’s horses living there.
Visit the Tallinn Television Tower and go up the tallest building of Estonia. Once you reach the top, you will have a chance to visit a brasserie/restaurant and terrace on the 22nd floor and take a bite with a magnificent panoramic view of Estonia. Oh, it also has glass floor, mini TV studio, a gift shop and more, so it really is one of the best things to do.
Explore Estonian Open Air Museum as it is located just 15 minutes from the city center and shows Estonia’s rural architecture and way of life. In this museum, you will find 14 different farms, a church, a school house, a tavern, fishing shed by the sea and more. No wonder it is one of the greatest thing to do for any history enthusiast.
Visit Seaplane Harbour, which is one of the most interesting and exciting European maritime museums. There are so many interesting thing you can see and do here: check out a real submarine called Lembit, a century-old icebreaker, remains of the oldest Estonian ship, go have fun at a large aquarium, simulators and a cinema. Sounds fun, right?
Wander around Telliskivi Creative City because it is definitely one of the coolest places you can find in Tallinn! Old warehouses and industrial buildings were once transformed into countless amazing cafes, bars, restaurants, small local design places, exhibitions spaces and loads of other hip places. Walk around and get inspired!
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