• Visit the charming medieval Old Tallinn.
  • View Estonian architecture styles.
  • Admire the art of Western Europe and Russia.
  • Discover history and lifestyle of Estonia.


5-star or 4-star hotel


Expert local guide

2 breakfasts, 1 lunch

On-tour transportation including arrival and departure private transfers

Additional information

OccupancyDouble (shared hotel room, per person), Single (individual hotel room, per person)
Hotel4 star, 5 star

Day 1: Explore the City

Upon arrival meet with the professional guide and transfer to the hotel for the check-in.

Then have the city tour of Old Tallinn, where whole districts date back to the Middle Ages. Visit its quaint narrow streets and beautiful merchants’ houses exemplifying the best of Gothic architecture. The tour includes Toompea Castle, the 13th-century Dome church, the 19th-century Russian Orthodox Cathedral of Alexander Nevsky, and the 15th-century town Hall square.

Then visit the TV Tower. A modern permanent exhibition with a futuristic design gives an overview of the country. From a height of 170 meters view the ancient Tallinn and the glistening Baltic Sea. The observation screens let you move around in time and space – they show what the city looked like at different times.


Day 2: Museum Day

After breakfast visit Kadriorg Palace. The palace was constructed in 1720’s as a gift by Peter the Great to his wife Catherine I to use as their summer palace. It is an excellent example of Baroque architecture. The Foreign Art Museum of the Kadriorg Palace displays paintings, sculptures, graphic art and applied the art of Western Europe and Russia from the 16 -20 century.

Then enter KUMU (KUnstiMUusem – Art Museum). It is a new type of modern multifunctional art building that contains exhibition halls, a lecture hall offering diverse facilities, and an educational center for the art lovers.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch


Day 3: Rocca al Mare

This morning visit the Estonian Open Air Museum. It is located on a wooded coastal headland in a beautiful place called Rocca al Mare. The Open Air Museum presents the unique collection of old Estonian buildings. Farms, windmills and watermills from various periods and regions have been brought together here. Folk holidays are celebrated in traditional style. You can buy some handicrafts here, or even rides a horse.

Later, depart to the airport for your onward flight.

Meals: Breakfast

Price based on double accommodation:

  • 1500$ per person at 5* hotel
  • Single supplement $550
  • $1345 per person at 4* hotel
  • Single supplement $375

Operating days:

  • Travel any day

Payment Conditions:
Deposit: 10% of the price 
Final Payment: 60 days prior to departure

Cancellation Fees: 
61 days prior to departure or more: 10% of the price 
60-31 days prior to departure: 20% of the price
30-15 days prior to departure: 50% of the price
14 days prior to departure or less: 100% of the price

Important notes:

  • Strelka Tours reserve the right to alter the sequence of activities or replace an activity that becomes unavailable for a comparable one.
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Hotel Schlössle 5*

This upscale hotel in a 14th-century building is 10 minutes on foot from Toompea Castle. Featuring tufted headboards, the elegant rooms come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus loaner iPads and minibars. Room service is offered 24/7. 

There’s a traditional restaurant with exposed stone walls and a seasonal eatery in a charming courtyard garden. Massage services are offered.

My City hotel 4*

Set in a sophisticated, Soviet-era stone building in Tallinn’s Old Town, this upmarket hotel is an 8-minute walk from Toompea Castle. The rooms feature classic wood furnishings and desks, as well as free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and minibars.  A breakfast buffet is served in an art-filled international restaurant. There’s also a spa area with a Finnish sauna and a hot tub.