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Tallinn Sightseeing Tour by Coach and Foot
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Tallinn Sightseeing Tour by Coach and Foot

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Explore the enchanting city of Tallinn by foot and coach on an enriching 2.5-hour sightseeing tour. Climb aboard a luxurious coach and embark on a comprehensive sightseeing tour of the city’s most significant sights; cruise past Toompea Castle, Kadriog Park and the beautiful beaches of Pirita and then absorb the quaint charm of Tallinn Old Town alongside a knowledgeable guide on a leisurely walking tour. Visit Europe’s oldest apothecary and gaze at the colossal spire of Aleksander Nevsky Cathedral before bidding your guide and group farewell.
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Gee T wrote a review Sep 2020
Edmonton, Canada23 contributions24 helpful votes
I found the old buildings and people dressed in period costumes quite interesting. I walked back into the city along the waterfront was very relaxing in nature.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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PBTravelstheWorld wrote a review Aug 2020
Woodinville, Washington396 contributions127 helpful votes
Great collection of building from all around Estonia. Very large park setting that has wide trails/roads between the different farms, windmills, churches, stores, and functioning tavern. I spent almost all day here and found the information plentiful. Some buildings are staffed and the staff was very friendly and helpful with extra details about their buildings and displays. Displays cover the workings of a farm, household, church, windmill, general store - basically life in that area and era. One farm is even set up for a wedding! This covers a time period from the 17th century to early 20th century. They are continuing to add so I look forward to visiting again in the future.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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ujjala s wrote a review Jul 2020
Tallinn, Estonia88 contributions16 helpful votes
It was a great summer day spent at the museum. The history and the lifestyle in the 18th century is great to see. It shows the rural living during that time. Do bring a picnic to eat by the sea.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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M00M wrote a review Jul 2020
Tallinn, Estonia636 contributions15 helpful votes
Unfortunately we misread the opening hours and we called them. Maybe they understood us incorrectly but I asked if the entrance is open until 18:30 can we still see inside the houses until 20 as the area closes then. They said we could. But tge truth is everything was closing up at 18:30. So don't be late. But besides that it's very lovely Estonian history there. Our kids were thrilled to see all those low old buildings and the way people used to live here not so long ago. Without electricity or anything.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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annas1lv1a wrote a review Feb 2020
34 contributions2 helpful votes
You can (and probably will) learn a lot about Estonian history. Would definitely recommend to visit this place and have a picnic while you're there
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Date of experience: July 2019
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