About this wheelchair accessible city tour through Tallinn
Tallinn might be small in size, but with its rich history and immense spirit, you will fully enjoy this beautiful city during this private adapted Tallinn city tour.
Enjoy a satisfying journey through Estonia’s capital during this wheelchair accessible tour. This tour is designed to be inclusive for all, and starts directly from the cruise port or your accommodation. For a pick up from the cruise port, the guide will meet you at the gates, with a sign with your name on it, and together with your private driver and accessible transport, you head towards the city.
The medieval Old Town of Tallinn
Your first stop on this Tallinn city tour is the beautiful medieval Old Town. Your guide brings you to various viewpoints where you can stroll/roll around and take some holiday pictures. On your way, you pass by the Nevsky Cathedral, the Parliament building, and the Dome Church. All outside visits. This part of the tour is adjusted to your pace. Just let the guide know if you wish to extent your time at some of the sights.
The Town Hall square
Next up is the enchanting town wall, leading you to the medieval city center of Tallinn. Your friendly local tour guide brings you to the Town Hall square, where you can admire the oldest functioning pharmacy in Europe. This is already in use since 1422. Get drawn back in time by listening to your guide’s vivid folklore stories, and learn more about the local delicacy, marzipan. This is a must-try when visiting Tallinn.
Czar Peter the Great’s summertime favorite
After spectacular views of the fairytale-like Old Town, your guide takes you to a residential area. Back in the days, this particular site was known for its appeal to the Russian emperors, and Czar Peter the Great’s summertime favorite. Moreover, you head to Kadriorg Park: a gorgeous palace surrounded by flower gardens and fountains.
Enjoy stunning views
Your Tallinn city tour continues along the seaside, where you are treated on stunning views over the Baltic Sea. You make a stop at the Song Festival Grounds, which is a natural amphitheater where the Estonians sang for freedom. Now it is a venue where many famous stars have performed. Also, every five years, this is the place where Estonia celebrates its independence with a song festival.
Once you have seen the Song Festival Grounds, it is time to go back to the cruise port or your accommodation. But not before you have seen the 1980 Olympic Yachting Center—a fascinating example of Soviet architecture.