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Tallinn City Tour

#23 of 155 Tours in Tallinn
Tallinn, Estonia
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About Tallinn City Tour
Did you know that every city has something that makes it special and unique? Especially a city with a long and impressive history like Tallinn. Tallinn City Tour Hop-On-Hop-Off London-style double-decker buses take tourists to several different routes through Tallinn. There is a Red Line covering the town center, Kadriorg and the Seaplane Harbour, a Greed Line connecting Pirita, the TV Tower and the Botanic Gardens, and a Blue Line that takes you to the Estonian Open Air Museum and to the Zoo. All three lines start from Viru Square, in the centre of the capital city, in front of the Viru souvenir market. Information for each location provided in 10 languages by Audio guide and rides can hop on and hop off at any stop. In high season from May to September our buses goes to ride every 20 minutes. If you're in Tallinn for the first time or you simply don't know where the museums are and how to get there, Tallinn City Tour Bus & Museum packages are an excellent solution. The Bus & Museum package gives you the opportunity to enjoy the sights of Tallinn from our comfortable double-decker buses. You can also visit the most memorable and interesting museums in Tallinn, which have something for everyone. The bus will take you close to the museums and sights, and pick you up from the same spot afterwards – your ticket is valid for a whole day! Bus & Museums package includes: * 24 or 48 hour Tallinn City Tour ticket, can be used on all three lines. * 2 museum tickets of your own choice (Seaplane Harbour, Open Air Museum, TV-Tover, Art Museum of Estonia Kumu). All our buses have free WiFi! • 1 ticket valid all day and for all 3 different lines • Every line takes 1 hour • Bus rotation is every 20 minutes • Tickets are valid for 1 or 2 days. • Beginning every day from the Tallinn Cruise Pier BOOK ONLINE, SAVE 10%!
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MMA502912 wrote a review Aug 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom215 contributions63 helpful votes
2 routes one morning and one afternoon so to get best use of 24 hour tickets do the afternoon one first and then the following morning. I only did the morning as our party had plans for afternoon so it was expensive for what I got. Good commentary and exactly on time. Unlike larger cities they don’t run all the time so you do need to plan to get the best deal
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Kevin Maltby wrote a review Mar 2020
St Ives, United Kingdom55 contributions3 helpful votes
Been coming to Estonia for the last 15 years and decided to do something touristy on this visit , as the weather was not great we looked at the Hop on Hop off bus . We got the 2 day pass with the 2 museum included so on day one we done the tour and stopped of at the TV tower for a couple of hours and the next day we stopped of at the Seaplane Harbour. I think it was well worth the money and also shows you around Tallinn
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Date of experience: January 2020
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MHAccorLoyal wrote a review Jan 2020
Kortrijk, Belgium91 contributions31 helpful votes
Courtesy of the City of Tallinn we took a free I hour tour of the Upper and Lower City starting at the Tourism Office close to the main square with an excellent. The history of the many occupations throughout the centuries was new to us but the architecture, public buildings and churches bring it to life. The guide gave advice and also explained the unimaginable brutality of the two Soviet Occupations of the city before and after WW11 with the Nazis in between. the rest of our 5 day stay was filled with visiting sites that were highlighted by the guide and good restaurants/cafes she recommended.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Chris CY wrote a review Dec 2019
Nicosia, Cyprus360 contributions31 helpful votes
The red route is not more than 45 minutes but it's an easy way to meet the city and learn the story and important places The buses are not new
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Debbie wrote a review Oct 2019
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Tallinn is a unique city. A must see for any traveler. The free city tour was informative and fascinating. This is a truly great city.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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