Be ready to see the best Tallinn has to offer!
Begin your journey through the medieval Old Tallinn from the Viru Gates, which were built in the 15th century and repeatedly rebuilt many times.
Listen to the legend about the Cat's Well: it's said that the devil himself visited this place and even hold his wedding there. Wander around this place and learn more about this sight.
Walk across one of the most narrow streets of Tallinn with a curious name — Luhike jalg (short leg) and marvel at the wonderful garden of the Danish king, hidden in a tiny yard. According to legend, the Danish actually acquired the national flag in Tallinn. From this place, you will also have a chance to observe one of the most amazing masterpieces of architecture — the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. The Cathedral, which is the youngest social building, has 11 bells, including Tallinn's largest, weighing 15 tons and measuring 3 meters in height.
Admire the breathtaking cityscapes from the Viewing Platform that will touch your heart. You will have a unique chance to observe not only old but modern buildings as well.
Discover the beautiful churches of Old Tallinn: gaze at the lovely Holy Spirit Church, which was the first to hold sermons in Estonian and publish the first books in this language. Explore the fascinating Saint Olaf's Church and also listen to the city legend telling you of one mysterious stranger who offered to build this beautiful sight.