Tallinn City tour
Includes the Old Town with its City Hall Square, Town fortifications and city walls dating back to 15 cent., the Toompea Castle hill, Dominican Monastery, Alexander Nevski Russian Orthodox Cathedral, “Kiek in de Kok” and other defensive towers. “Estonia” ferry monument and the Sea Gate.
Outside the old city
Visit the famous Field of Songs – ones the place of meetings of local quires and today the spot of the International Quire Festival. Also a pride of Eesti – the cradle of the Independence movement.
Continue to the Kadriorg Park, the beautiful park on the seashore once bought for the Tzar Peter the Great, who built a Palace as a gift to his wife Kathrine. Today it is complex of numerous museums, amusements, and the Presidential Palace.
Drive to Pirita to see the village of Olympic games in 1980. Next, to it, there are romantic ruins of the Convent of St.Bridget.
One of the best, but uncommon periods to visit Tallinn is winter. Look how beautiful was a Christmas Tree on the main square this year. There was a lot of fun during the Winter fair. A lot of souvenirs, hot wine, food and snacks and some cold.