“We had a great time! Enjoyed ferry ride, and our tour guide Ethel was excellent. We were a group of 5 that traveled around in a small van. Weather was partly sunny and warm for July 3. We saw all the major sites in Old Town Tallinn, and they were able to arrange a vegetarian lunch for us. ...David W., USA – See more reviews
What To Expect
The English-speaking guide will take you on a tour around the most important sights of the city and also outside medieval Tallinn - such as the Song Festival grounds and the 18th century Kadriorg park and palace.
Walk through the Old Town area. Since 1997, the Old Town has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List for its compact maze of cobblestone streets, historical buildings and breathtaking vistas.
After having lunch in one of the charming restaurants in the center of the Old Town, you will be given free time to explore the shops and sights on your own before the transfer to the harbor and journey back to Helsinki.
Toompea Castle Hill
Song Festival Grounds
09:45 Check in at Helsinki West Harbor Terminal 2 (Tallink Silja Line)
10:30 Departure from Helsinki
12:30 Arrival in Tallinn / guided tour
15:00 Lunch / free time
18:45 Departure transfer from Sokos Hotel Viru to Tallink terminal
19:30 Departure for Helsinki
21:30 Arrival in Helsinki
Return ferry tickets Helsinki-Tallinn
Transfers in Tallinn
Guided city tour by car and on foot (approximately 2.5 hours)
Tips and gratuities
Optional activity costs
Children under 2 years old are free of charge provided no seat is occupied while children aged 2 to 5 have special rates. Please inquire.
For cancellations made 4 to 13 days prior to departure, 50% of the tour price will be charged. There will be NO REFUND for later cancellations.
Transfers in Helsinki can be booked for an additional cost. Please inquire.
Rates for groups of 9 pax or more are available. Please inquire.
There is an increase in price on the following Estonian public holidays: January 01, February 24, March 25, March 27, May 01, May 15, June 23-24, August 20, December 24-26, December 31. Please inquire.
Nationals of member states of the EU, the EEA and Schegen do not require visas to enter Estonia. Required travel document is either passport or I.D. card with a photo issued after 1 March 1999. Temporary I.D. cards are not allowed. Other guests must possess a valid personal passport.
The following information will be required upon booking:
Full name of each participant as indicated on passport
Date of Birth
Food concerns such as allergies
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