After meeting your guide at Sokos Hotel Viru (centrally located hotel in Tallinn), board a comfortable coach for the short drive to Kadriorg Park, home to Kadriorg Palace. The 290-year-old park is considered by many to be the crown jewel of Tallinn. The park's main sight is, of course, the palace, an impressive building originally built as a summer home for Russian royalty. It was designated the principal site of the Art Museum of Estonia in 1920 but was later converted into the president of Estonia’s home and became a branch of the art museum. Walk around the peaceful park with your guide, who will tell you interesting facts about the history of Kadriorg. The palace houses impressive foreign works of art by artists such as Johannes Mikkel.
Please kindly note that tour ends at Kadriorg; no return transfers are included.