Tallinn walking tour

 

Tallinn Old Town is very compact, easy to walk and has lots to offer. Still surrounded by existing city wall - makes this town unique. The city wall has been destroyed in most of the other European towns. Two hours walk through narrow cobblestone streets will satisfy you with medieval atmosphere. You will visit the Lower town and the Upper Town, the Latin quarter, Pikk street, which used to be the main Tallinn street in the Middle Ages. The Town Hall square surrounded by merchant houses is a heart of this town, where you will find a nice and cozy place for a cup of coffee or a beer. Local guide’s stories will pique your curiosity and make this trip memorable.

Main sights covered on a tour:

  • Town Hall Square with Town Hall building (from the outside)
  • Town Hall Pharmacy (optional free entrance, depending on the day)
  • Alexander Nevsky Cathedral (optional free entrance)
  • St Mary’s Cathedral “Dome Church” (optional free entrance)
  • Viewing platforms
  • Short Leg and Long Leg Streets
  • St Olaf's Church (Oleviste Church) and St Nicholas' Church (Niguliste Museum) from the outside
 

Duration 2 hours

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