Get a personal welcome to Tallinn on a tour of the sights of Old Town, with a taste of country life. Use the opportunity to explore Tallinn and Estonian countryside by visiting Tallinn's astonishing Old Town. You will discover some of the unique value of Tallinn's Old Town by visiting Toompea Hill. Enjoy the view from Toompea Hill and explore historic St. Mary's Cathedral and orthodox Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. Continue your tour through the western part of Tallinn to a local family-owned farm where you will be given a personal tour and invited to taste their award winning high quality dairy products. After immersing yourself in the country life, head back to the city and visit a typical residential house, where you will be asked to stay for a cup of coffee and some delicious cake. Your host will answer any questions about life in Estonia to give you a real picture of the local life.
• Old Town: Admire Tallinn's steeples and red-roofed medieval homes; explore the ornate Alexander Nevsky and St. Mary's cathedrals.
• Esko Farm: Visit a family dairy that produces fine cheeses for Tallinn bakeries and restaurants, and have a taste yourself.
• Tallinn Hospitality: A gracious local homeowner will welcome you in for coffee, cake and conversation.
• THIS TOUR IS OPERATED BY A TOUR OPERATOR THAT HAS BEEN THIRD-PARTY VERIFIED TO AN INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED SUSTAINABILITY STANDARD.
What To Bring:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
• Weather-appropriate clothing
• Walking shoes
• Guests in wheelchairs and others with mobility challenges should not select this tour.
• Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
• Guests must be able to walk about three-quarters of a mile over uneven, cobblestone and grassy surfaces, with 15 to 45 steps and some inclines.
• No exposed shoulders or knees in churches.
• No flash photography permitted inside cathedrals and churches.
• St. Mary's Cathedral closed to tours on Sundays and during religious events and holidays; exterior views only.
• For Cathedrals, guides give commentary outside; guests then enter quietly on their own.