This Tallinn shore trip is ideal for getting a peek into both Tallinn and also rural life in Estonia. You enjoy a short walking tour in the old town followed by an interesting visit to a park featuring traditional Estonian farm buildings.
Your licensed guide will meet you at the pier and take you on a short drive around the ancient city walls. When you arrive in Tallinn's Lower Old Town you will enjoy a short walking tour including views of the Old Town Hall Square. The goal will be to give you a taste of the Old Town and some basic, but fascinating, historical information that will help put your day into context.
Next you depart for the Rocca al Mare Open Air Museum. This wonderful open air museum is a collection of nearly 100 traditional Estonian farm buildings that have been moved to a 200 acre park. The park is in a scenic seaside area that highlights examples of typical rural life as it has been lived in Estonia for last 300 years.
Your guide will show you examples of farmsteads, fishing and inland villages, churches, 18th and 19th century windmills as well as a working village tavern. The order and rhythm of everyday country life in Estonia will be interpreted for you as you explore this quiet village park setting.
At the end of the tour, you return to the pier in Tallinn
Mobility: NO wheelchairs
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