Tallinn Estonia Cruise Port

Tallinn Estonia Cruise Port

Tallinn Estonia Cruise Port
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Tallinn One Cruise Port located near the beautiful Tallinn Old Town. Just visit Tallinn on a cruise and enjoy shopping local gifts and crafts, ethnic foods, jewelry and general goods next to the ship in port. In addition there is a wide range of services in our visitor center. Send postcards back home, variety of postcards and postage stamps to go with them. Our visitor center has a post box where you can leave them. Additional services include: tourist information, currency exchange, free wifi, cafe with local foods and drinks, workshops with Estonian storytellers and artisans, bike rental, tourbus tickets, display of the newest designs and crafts- take your favorites home!
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Dramaman_10
Port Talbot, UK119 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2022 • Couples
A step back in time. A fabulous almost perfect old city where sitting in the main square with a beer and watching the world go by is the best thing to do. The gardens near the Russian Orthodox Church are eerily beautiful with monks statues almost floating around. The flowers market at the old city entrance is a riot of colour and the streets leading up to the cathedral and parliament building are full of interesting shops. An almost too perfect place to visit but simply beautiful.
Written June 22, 2022
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EC6393
Lynnfield411 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022 • Couples
Tallin is a beautiful port city. It was more than I expected it to be. The old city is well preserved & walkable. If you need someone to push your wheel chair, then for the one pushing, the hills will probably be challenging.
Written July 30, 2023
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NancyMurphy2010
Clovis, CA33 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019
Tallinn is a small, medieval city, easily done without a tour. Old city is less than a mile from port and easily walkable. That said, it is hilly and cobble stoned and a taxi ride from the port to the top of the upper town might be a good idea for those less energetically inclined. Then you can spend your energy walking down, visiting churches and shopping along the way. Easy walk back to the ship. Or keep your eye out for the little blue tram that wanders around. 5 euros (each) back to ship.

We also visited the Harbor Museum which is interesting for those with a nautical bent.
Written May 15, 2019
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ShankerSreekumar
Dubai, United Arab Emirates928 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Family
Well organized and no need to walk a lot. We took an organized tour from here. But heard its near to Old town. There are some good shops also inside the port with good collection and reasonable price. We were actually on Norwegian Cruise Line.
Written November 2, 2018
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Mike S
Cheltenham, UK131 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Couples
This was our third port of call as part of a Baltic cruise with Fred Olsen on the Balmoral. We took the city tour which was only a short trip from the port. Make sure you visit the mediaeval old town. The 13th to 16th century architecture is stunning and is on UNESCO's world heritage list. The locals are very friendly and many speak English. The souvenir shops are plentiful and reasonably priced. The cobblestone streets are uneven, so good walking shoes are advisable. We will certainly revisit, if possible. A must see for those of you with an interest in local culture.
Written October 31, 2018
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TWal1
Canberra, Australia2,951 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019 • Couples
The cruise port is the gateway for many travellers arriving and leaving Tallinn. The cruise port can handle multiple ships simultaneously, and the dock area is large. There is a souvenir shop with a good variety of trinkets, alcohol and clothes, and a foreign exchange service. A chance to stock up before going onboard.
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Written September 9, 2019
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Ron S
Toronto, Canada512 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019 • Family
We came in on a cruise ship. There is not much around the docking area, except for a few merchant shops. We walked into Old Town. The walk was fairly easy but we did have to walk along unpaved paths and across some well traveled streets. Overall, the port was in a good location relative to Old Town.
Written July 15, 2019
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Giuseppe Cincindella
Rosyth, UK2,011 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Couples
Created for the cruises and for the passengers to let them get into the ships or leaving the ships easily to go towards the city centre. It's very nice and functional as it must be as many cruises arrive and leave this port every day. Quite busy, nice building, quite a lot shops attract the tourists with reasonable prices, souvenirs or clothing shops mainly. Absolutely very useful!!!
Written May 19, 2019
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svetlanap9
London, UK57 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2019 • Solo
It is always a pleasure coming by ferry from Helsinki to Tallinn. It takes just over 2,5 hours and then when I get off the ferry there is a big modern shopping centre within walking distance.
One of the first things I saw when I entered the shopping mall is Rimi supermarket, which is very handy for food and drinks.
The Nautica shopping centre is a modern building spread over two floors. The top one has cafes and restaurants, where they serve Asian food, barbecued spare ribs, local cuisine cafes, bars and coffee places.
Downstairs I found different famous stores: Triumph, H&M, Tiger, Denim, also shops selling jewellery, luggage, sports wear, coats, clothes, gloves, children’s clothes and toys, suitcases and bags, make up and many other things.
Overall I found it a very good place to do shopping : airy, easy to find the goods I wanted under one roof, not many shoppers and only a 15 minutes walk to Tallinn centre.
Written February 1, 2019
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Feline111
Green Point, Australia61 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Family
Recently visited Tallinn Cruise Port on a cruise and we were very surprised at how organised the port was. Forget searching through the town for souvenirs, spend your time taking in the city and buy your souvenirs on the way back to the ship, they have the best range and the best prices.
Written September 4, 2018
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