wheelchair accessible Tallinn

A perfect way to spend half a day from your accommodation or once disembarking from your cruise ship is with a wheelchair accessible tour. Discover Tallinn with a local guide who knows all the ins and outs of this magical city.

Highlights include, but are not limited to, a visit to viewpoints, the medieval city center of Tallinn, Houses of Parliament, the oldest still in use Pharmacy in Europe, KUMU Art Museum, Song Festival Grounds, and the Olympic Yachting Center. You will be picked up from the cruise port or your accommodation with a private adapted vehicle and you spend the day with your English Speaking tour guide.

Want to travel light? We arrange mobility rental equipment in Estonia so you don’t have to bring your own. Click here for more information and to book.


Alexander Nevsky Cathedral Tallinn

Wheelchair Accessible city tour through Tallinn – Approx. 4 hours

Tallinn might be small in size, but with its rich history and immense spirit, you will fully enjoy this city in just a matter of hours during this adapted Tallinn city tour.

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Tours in Tallinn

After booking your private and accessible tour with us, you will be met by our driver and guide with a private adapted vehicle. Your English speaking guide will make you feel at home instantly. She/He is from the region and knows all the hidden gems in the area. Together with your guide, you will experience the best local attractions and enjoy an extraordinary day.

About Tallinn

Tallinn has plenty of charm yet is often overlooked by travelers. That’s a shame because the Estonian capital offers a lively mix of old church towers, glass skyscrapers, baroque palaces, and trendy eateries and bars. This makes Tallinn perfect for history buffs, shopaholics, and people who like to go out. For a former Soviet city, this place is more modern than expected: not only was Skype invented here, but the airport is also equipped with the second-fastest internet in the world.

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