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There are several options for walking along the existing portions of the town wall. There is one at the north end of the old town near St. Olav's. It's more finished and includes a museum for 7 euros. Or there's a most authentic section of...More
Tallinn is one of the few cities that really still have wall surrounding almost entire old town and wall being in good shape. You get good view over the city also. If you don't pay and walk on the top, from intersection Viru and Müürivahe...More
The cost of this is 3 euros each and there are a number of steep steps with narrow walls to navigate.
The walk along the way gives great views of the city but it was very slippery as it had snowed the night before. Not...More
The entry fee without the Tallinn card is 3 Euros for an adult. The climb up to the highest part of the tower gets quite narrow, and it is ideal that you have both hands available to support yourself up the high and narrow stairs....More
Some parts of the wall is market areas. At some parts artist have put up their paintings for sale. We didn't go up on the wall for the views but saw many people doing that. All in all its quite picturesque.
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There are free bits and bits that have a small charge. We paid for a small section because there were other things to see there,. You just need to wander around the town and everthing is clearly signed and you just stumble... More
There are free bits and bits that have a small charge. We paid for a small section because there were other things to see there,. You just need to wander around the town and everthing is clearly signed and you just stumble across entrances as you walk round.
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Tallin in 6 hours (1230pm to 6.30pm) (3 Replies)
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