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3,372 opinions from other walkers about Tallinn tours
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Margit 12 Jun 2024
Lonsee

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Travelled in group - Jun 2024
Immer wieder gerne war super
Tales of Reval Immersion Tour
Marina 11 Jun 2024
Buenos Aires

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Travelled in couple - Jun 2024
Charismatic guide, very well spoken. An absolute enjoyable walk.
Tour of Tallinn Old Town: The Medieval Disneyland
Kaj Finnström 11 Jun 2024
Gothenburg

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Travelled in couple - Jun 2024
Very professional, informative and funny. Do not hesitate, join in!! Kaj FInnström ,Sweden
Tales of Reval Immersion Tour
Tami 11 Jun 2024
Tulsa

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Travelled in couple - Jun 2024
Best tour ever! The immersion storytelling of the Tallin medieval city was interesting and fun! This tour was engaging and informative! I would participate in this tour again and again and again!
Tales of Reval Immersion Tour
James 11 Jun 2024

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Travelled in couple - Jun 2024
Dominic did a great job. Interesting tour and he’s very knowledgeable
Tallinn in a Nutshell Donation Based Walking Tour
Diana 10 Jun 2024
Brno

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Travelled alone - Jun 2024
The tour was interesting with history and funny stories. At the end we even had a surprise, despite the rain!
Upper Town Tour: Discovering Tallinn's Heart
Reinier 10 Jun 2024
Amsterdam

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Travelled alone - Jun 2024
Gleb was an amazing tour guide! He told me so many interesting facts about Tallin (A.k.a Danish crown). I would definitely recommend Gleb!
Upper Town Tour: Discovering Tallinn's Heart
Adrian 10 Jun 2024
Székesfehérvár

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Travelled in couple - Jun 2024
What an amazing experience. Gleb was very knowledgable, humorous and entertaining. Highly recommended to everyone.
Upper Town Tour: Discovering Tallinn's Heart
Alex 10 Jun 2024
Sydney

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Travelled alone - Jun 2024
Apologies I can’t remember her name but she took this tour on 7 June at 10.30am. She was absolutely fantastic: knowledgable, fun and engaging. Only thing I would say is please have a card reader next time as cash is tricky these days for tourists. Thanks for a wonderful tour.
Tales of Reval Immersion Tour

Best things to do and see in Tallinn

Europe can boast of having some of the most beautiful, best preserved and most historic tourist destinations in the world. An example of this is the capital of Estonia, Tallinn. Recognized as a World Heritage Site in 1997, this beautiful town on the shores of the Baltic Sea is a clear example of the medieval European city, with an impressive and truly impressive historical center that has reached our days in excellent conservation conditions. Known as the pretty girl of the Baltic, this villa of great strategic value formerly known as "Kaluria" oozes history in each of its corners. Place of passage of several towns and cultures, they helped to forge the character of this city that today is considered one of the favorite tourist destinations in Europe. A perfect stop for lovers of the best cuisine in the area, such as "sauerkraut" sausages, "sült" or pork hands, or the local blood sausage known as "verivorst". A destination where culture, tradition and history combine to offer one of the most attractive visits in northern Europe.

The Estonian capital has a huge cultural offer that can overwhelm the tourist, so it is advisable to sign up for the free walking tour in Tallinn to make the most of your stay in the city. It is advisable to see the Town Hall Square, located in the center of the medieval city, with a great atmosphere and starting point for many tours; Other must-see stops are the Bastion tunnels, as well as the “Kiek in de Kök” museum or the impressive Walls that surround the city.

Visiting the city and its extension, implies approaching points such as the impressive Patkuli Viewpoint or Toompea Hill, other essential stops on any professional tour of the capital. The Viru gate, Kadriorg Park and the Palace are other clear examples of the complete tourist offer of this place, which takes several days to be able to enjoy and see it in its entirety. We must not forget other important places in the area of ​​the lower city where we can visit some of its most important churches such as San Olaf, the Holy Spirit or San Nicolás, as well as the enigmatic House of the Blackheads and its beautiful entrance door On the outskirts, the Kumu Museum, the House of Peter the Great, or the Convent of Pirita, are other points of great tourist interest.

Travelers who want to know the small European town, have on the free tour Tallinn, the best alternative to make the most of their stay.

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