Use the opportunity to explore Tallinn and Estonian countryside by visiting Tallinn's astonishing Old Town, ascertain about life in a farm and pay a home visit to a private house. You will discover some of the unique value of Tallinn's Old Town by visiting Upper Old Town. Continue your tour through the western part of Tallinn to Esko Farm. You will be invited to taste their award winning high quality dairy products. Back in Tallinn, you will visit a private home, where you will be asked to stay for a cup of coffee and some delicious cake.
Use the opportunity to explore Tallinn and Estonian countryside by visiting Tallinn's astonishing Old Town, ascertain about life in a farm and pay a home visit to a private house. Your tour begins with Tallinn's Upper Old Town and visiting Alexander Nevsky Cathedral (inside visit included) with its many icons and mosaics. Continue with the 15th century Dome Church also known as St Mary's Cathedral (inside visit included). From the nearby viewpoint you can enjoy a wide view over the Lower Old Town with its church spires, medieval houses and red rooftops.
You will then continue through the western part of Tallinn (coach traveling by) and out to Esko farm (inside visit included) which specializes in rearing cows, having now approximately 100. The farm was established with 8 cows following the independence of Estonia in 1991 and is owned and managed by one family, aided by a small staff of workers. They produce cheese and curds from their milk, the products being sold to baker's shops and a special cheese restaurant in Tallinn. You will be invited to taste their products.
Departing from Esko farm you will drive back to town where you will visit a private home (inside visit included). Enjoy seeing over the house before joining the owner for a cup of coffee and homemade cake.
Note: Guests must be able to walk approximately 0.75 mile over uneven, cobblestone and grassy surfaces, inclines and 15 to 45 steps. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Due to the nature of this tour, it is not recommended for guests with walkers and wheelchairs. Time permitting, there are limited opportunities (approximately 15 minutes) to shop at the Viewpoint. Visitation to the interior of the Dome Church is not possible on Sundays due to regularly scheduled church services and functions.