Availability: From 15 January to 20 December
Duration: 4 days / 3 nights
DAY 1: TALLINN – ARRIVAL
Arrival to Tallinn’s airport/port and private transfer to the Hotel. Overnight.
DAY 2: TALLINN
Morning breakfast at the hotel and rest of day to be spent for the free visit of Tallinn.
Tallinn, is the oldest capital in northern Europe. The city was first recorded by the Arab cartographer al-Idrisi back in 1154. Tallinn’s subsequent 800 years of history has created a city of colourful buildings, slender spires, ancient hostelries and pleasant squares. Tallinn’s Old Town is one of Europe’s best preserved medieval cities and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. During the visit we suggest you to discover the Toompea hill (the upper part of the old town) with the Castle, the Cathedral and the Alexander Nevsky Orthodox Cathedral and the lower part of the old town with the Town Hall Square, the gothic Town Hall, the Town Hall Pharmacy (one of the oldest pharmacies in Europe), the St. Nicholas Church, the St. Olaf’s Church, the Great Guild Hall and the medieval merchants buildings. For the afternoon and the following day we propose you to visit some great sites located outside the city centre like Pirita and Kadriorg or to explore the Ethnographic Open Air Museum of Tallinn. Two captivating neighborhoods just east of the city centre, Kadriorg and Pirita, are favourite destinations for sightseers looking for what’s beyond Old Town. After the Russian emperor Peter the Great conquered the Baltics in the early 1700s he established an estate and public park on this spot. He named the area Ekaterinenthal (Catherine’s valley, or Kadriorg in Estonian) after his wife, Catherine I. The elaborate Baroque palace he had built, along with the surrounding forests, ponds and fountains, are still the neighbourhood’s prime draw. Over the next two centuries the streets near the park became lined with ornate wooden mansions as Kadriorg developed into the upscale residential district that it remains today.
The Pirita district lies not far away from Kadriorg. With its 3km stretch of sand beach and a yachting harbor, Pirita is best known as a summer resort A quieter way to enjoy the area is to head across the road to the Pirita River delta, where row boats, canoes and water bicycles can be rented. Pirita is also worth visiting for its own bit of Medieval architecture, the ruins of St. Bridget’s Convent.
The Estonian Ethnographic Open Air Museum lets you travel back in time to the rural Estonia of old. The vast, forested park is filled with thatched, 18-20th-century farm buildings, windmills, a wooden chapel and a village school, with staff demonstrating how people lived and worked in times past. Visitors can buy handicrafts and try out the traditional food served in the village tavern. Overnight.
DAY 3: TALLINN
Morning breakfast at the hotel and rest of the day dedicated to the free visits and shopping. Overnight.
DAY 4: TALLINN – DEPARTURE
Morning breakfast at the hotel and private transfer to the airport.
PRICE PER PERSON (minimum 2 participants):
based on group size
|2-4 participants||220,00 Euro|
|5-7 participants||210,00 Euro|
|> 7 participants||200,00 Euro|The package includes:
2 ways transfer (airport-hotel-airport)
3 overnights in double room in hotels 3* with morning breakfast
Services and taxes
The package does not include:
Flights and Visa (if required)
Any other costs/expenses not specified under “The package includes”
Walking guided tour of Tallin old town (3 hours): 160,00 Eur
Deposit of 30% upon reservation
Balance payment (70%) 40 days before arrival
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