Tallinn city tour- winter special (Old town, Kadrioru park, Pirita)

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The city of Tallinn has been shaped since the 11th century and is still not finished. Let’s go and see what level he is in more detail. With this tour, we try to get a glimpse of the city, which is constantly changing. Our journey runs from the Middle Ages to the present day, i.e. we measure the kilometers on the cobblestone road of the old town polished by time, as well as on the freshly laid asphalt of the Reid Road promenade. Since the sea has attracted people throughout the ages, we mostly go along the Tallinn waterfront, where there is a lot of history and places to see. With so much to explore, what better way to do it than on our electric bikes. Get ready and go! See more in the “What to expect” section.

The hike can be done in three variants:
* participate in our planned guided hike at specific times
* order a guided hike for your group for a time that suits you (up to 80 in)
* complete the trail independently as a self-guided hike by following the trail using GPS (2-9 in)

The tour includes:

  • Hiking guide/in the case of a self-guided hike, an electronic hiking guide GPS
  • Electric Fatbike mountain bike or mountain scooter
  • Safe and comfortable Cube bike helmet
  • In case of bad weather, a raincoat
  • A light sweet bite on a planned trip
  • A bike lamp for evening hikes

The starting point of the hike: the parking lot of the port of Tallinn or the starting point ordered by the customer
Parking: Parking available
Duration: 3 hours
Track length: up to 20 km
Who is it for? For everyone from 12 years of age / height at least 155 cm. Athletic training is not necessary
What bike? Electric mountain scooter
What to wear? Closed, comfortable shoes and layered clothing appropriate for the weather

What to expect

During the hike we will see the following points of interest:

City hall

Linnahall, located west of Tallinn’s cruise port, was ready for the 1980 Olympic Games. As the honor and glory of the Soviet Union, the building included an ice rink, a harbor, a cafe and a concert hall. Linnahall was the only public object by the sea in Soviet times and was widely used by the townspeople. Today, the neglected building has been used more as a canvas for street artists.

Tallinn Old Town

The old town of Tallinn, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, invites you with its medieval milieu and well-preserved buildings. The network of buildings and streets built in the Middle Ages is largely preserved to this day, providing an exceptional opportunity to experience historic architecture and modern conveniences. In the Old Town, you can find countless cafes, restaurants, theaters, clubs, residential buildings, galleries and museums. The pearl of the old town is one of the most important squares in Estonia – Town Hall Square.

Russalka monument

Walking along the Pirita Promenade, one of Tallinn’s best-known landmarks will surely catch your eye – the 16-meter-high Russalka monument – an angel standing on a tall granite pillar, pointing in the direction where the Russalka ship went north. It is the best work of Estonia’s first sculptor, which has been attracting the eyes of passers-by since 1902.

Park of Kadriorg

If you want to enjoy greenery and beautiful architecture in Tallinn, you should head towards Kadrioru Park. One of the most prominent castle parks in Estonia and Northern Europe invites both locals and guests to explore. The gem of the park is the fully restored Kadrioru Castle with its Upper and Lower gardens. In the park you can also find the office building of the President of the Republic, museums, Luige ponds and much more.


As you know, Estonians are a people of song, and as a confirmation of this, we have the grand and much-loved Tallinn Song Square to show you. A place where Estonians have come together again and again to demonstrate their unity and unwavering will to be independent. The singing revolution took place here in 1988, in which 300,000 people, or every third Estonian, allegedly participated. This event was an important milestone in achieving independence from foreign rule. In addition to singing parties, people come to the singing square to enjoy concerts, festivals, exhibitions, cultural and sports events and, of course, the enchanting views of Tallinn Bay.

Maarjamäe memorial site

On Maarjamäe you can find the memorial to the victims of Estonian communism, the German military cemetery and the Soviet-era memorial to the fallen Red Army soldiers. Different nationalities, ideologies and emotions meet in the complex with a long history.

Pirita Harbor and Olympic Hotel

The promenade that starts from the city center and runs along the seashore ends at the Pirita River, where you can find the port, the bathing beach and the Olympic complex. It is one of the most popular summer resorts among the people of Tallinn, which has been attracting people for decades. Pirita gained its greater fame as the host of the 1980 Olympic regatta, for which the buildings built are still in use today.

Pirita Monastery

On the right bank of the mouth of the Pirita River, the ruins of the largest nunnery in Old Livonia rise. Today, the monastery, which is used as a beloved concert venue and museum, has become an irreplaceable part of the cityscape. Next to the ruins of St. Birgitta’s monastery, we can also find a modern monastery complex, blessed in 2001.


Additional options

We are also happy to organize a full event solution. Additional options for the bike tour:

* Hiking soup
* Telliskivi Shaurma
* Restaurant Sardiinid
* Restaurant Tuljak
* Restaurant Mon Repos
* Põhjala brewery

Entertainment and culture
* Kadrioru Castle Art Museum
* Tour of the Lauluväljak
* Estonian History Museum on Maarjamäe
* Excursion behind the closed doors of the City Hall
* Lennusadam
* Proto Discovery Factory
* Kiek in the Kök

Seminar rooms
* Great guild building
* Balti Jaam seminar room
* Telliskivi creative town
* Proto Discovery Factory
* Tallinn Song Square
* Tallink Spa & Conference Hotel

Sauna and relaxation:
* Tallink Spa & Conference Hotel
* Kalev Spa
* Igloo park
* Viimsi Spa

* Tallink Spa & Conference Hotel
* Kalev Spa
* Viimsi Spa
* Hotel Telegraaf

Additional activities
* Ride with a SUP board



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