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Tallinn: Day Tour from Helsinki with Hotel Pickup

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Day Tour of Tallinn from Helsinki

Discover the historic town of Tallinn on this day tour from Helsinki. Enjoy a 3-hour guided exploration with hotel pickup and breathtaking ferry ride views. Witness Tallinn Downtown’s iconic landmarks with a local guide, offering a perfect blend of medieval charm and modern vibrancy.

Timing: 9 am 
Duration: 12 hours
Cost: € 190 
Guide language: English
Pick-up: Your hotel in Helsinki
Transport: By car, ferry

What to expect on this guided tour 

Start your adventure with a convenient pickup from your Helsinki hotel, followed by a scenic ferry ride across the Gulf of Finland, showcasing stunning views en route to Estonia. 

Upon arrival in Tallinn, a fun and friendly local guide will welcome youand lead a three-hour journey through the city’s heart. 

You’ll marvel at the historical grandeur of sights like the main city square, Tallinn Town Hall, Aleksander Nevsky Cathedral, Toompea Castle, and the Old Town—a 15th-century UNESCO World Heritage site. 

Post-tour, enjoy leisure time to explore quaint cafes, restaurants, and boutiques. 

The day concludes with a relaxing ferry ride back to Helsinki, arriving at the terminal by 9 pm.

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Main Attractions to visit 

Enjoy the essence of Estonia’s capital with these key locations, each offering a unique glimpse into Tallinn’s rich history and architectural beauty.

Tallinn Downtown

On this private tour, traverse Tallinn’s Downtown, where modernity meets medieval charm. With cobblestone streets, bustling markets, and historical landmarks, it’s a place where culture and history are alive. This area serves as a gateway to exploring Tallinn’s rich past, offering a blend of entertainment, shopping, and dining experiences.

Main City Square

Tallinn’s main city square, Raekoja Plats, is a hub of cultural and social activity in the heart of the Old Town. Surrounded by historic buildings and lively cafes, it hosts markets, concerts, and festivals year-round. This picturesque square is a testament to Tallinn’s rich medieval heritage and community spirit.

Town Hall

Stroll through Tallinn Town Hall, an architectural jewel in the Old Town’s main square. It stands as Europe’s oldest surviving gothic town hall, dating back to the 13th century. It boasts a distinctive façade adorned with a weather vane named Old Thomas. This historic building encapsulates Tallinn’s medieval history and hosts various cultural events.

Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

Visit the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, an exquisite example of Russian Revival architecture that dominates Tallinn’s skyline. This orthodox cathedral, adorned with onion domes and rich mosaics, is a testament to the Russian influence in Estonia. Its interior is a spectacle of iconography and religious art, attracting visitors from around the world.

Toompea Castle

Stroll through Tallinn Town Hall, an architectural jewel in the Old Town’s main square. It stands as Europe’s oldest surviving gothic town hall, dating back to the 13th century. It boasts a distinctive façade adorned with a weather vane named Old Thomas. This historic building encapsulates Tallinn’s medieval history and hosts various cultural events.

Old Town

Visit the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, an exquisite example of Russian Revival architecture that dominates Tallinn’s skyline. This orthodox cathedral, adorned with onion domes and rich mosaics, is a testament to the Russian influence in Estonia. Its interior is a spectacle of iconography and religious art, attracting visitors from around the world.

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Additional information

Your ticket includes hotel pickup from the city center, round-trip ferry tickets, a three-hour guided tour of Tallinn, and transport between Tallinn’s Old Town and the harbor. 

However, please be aware that personal expenses, food and drink, and hotel drop-off at the end of the tour are not covered. 

The tour is not suitable for wheelchair users due to uneven terrain and a moderate amount of walking.

An adult should accompany children to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

Please note that the tour requires a minimum number of passengers to proceed; if there are insufficient bookings, your ticket will be rescheduled to an alternative date, or you’ll be provided with a full refund.

Bring your passport for border crossing, wear comfortable shoes for walking, and dress appropriately for the weather.

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