Add dates
Tallinn

Tours

Our most recommended Tallinn Tours

From Tallinn: Day Trip to Lahemaa National Park

1. From Tallinn: Day Trip to Lahemaa National Park

Experience the stunning natural beauty of Lahemaa National Park on this exciting, full-day tour. Drive for an hour from Tallinn to Lahemaa, stopping to admire Jägala Waterfall. Learn about Estonian rural life and native flora and fauna and discover more about the forests and their importance in Estonian culture and traditions whilst hiking the forest's Beaver Trail with your guide. Explore the seaside at Altia Village and discover pre-Soviet architecture in this quaint fishing village. Walk along the sandy beaches and if it's warm have a swim in the water. Head to a tavern for some tasty Estonian farm food. End your tour enjoying a walk with your guide in the Viru bog while listening to tales from Estonian folklore related to these fascinating wetlands.

Tallinn: Estonian Food, Drinks and History Tour

2. Tallinn: Estonian Food, Drinks and History Tour

Get acquainted with the cuisine of Hanseatic merchants, Estonian peasants, Soviet workers, and find out what Estonians eat today. On this 3-hour guided tour, try 3 dishes with dessert, and taste 3 local drinks. In addition, you’ll taste the famous Estonian green chocolate, berry chips, and much more. The cafés and restaurants chosen for this tour are famous for their special interiors and histories, and are, in a sense, museums themselves. Avoiding the more touristy places, you’ll only hit up places off the beaten path where locals like to go for a truly authentic Estonian experience. This tour is the perfect activity for bad weather, as Tallinn’s cozy restaurants will keep you warm and relaxed.

Medieval Tallinn 2-Hour Old Town Walking Tour

3. Medieval Tallinn 2-Hour Old Town Walking Tour

Explore the Old Town of Tallinn and see monuments such as the remains of St. Catherine's Dominican Monastery. Step back to the Middle Ages and walk along Pikk Street, where the merchants' houses and craft guilds bring medieval Tallinn back to life. Get acquainted with the churches of the Holy Ghost, St Nicolas and St. Olaf as you explore the Lower Town and Upper Town. Discover why Tallinn is known as the town that limps on Lühike Jalg (Short Leg Street) and hear about the noble knights who lived in the Upper Town . Admire the outside of the Russian Orthodox Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and the Lutheran St. Mary’s Cathedral. Make your way to the ancient stronghold of Toompea Castle where the Parliament of Estonia now sits, and marvel at the Pikk Hermann (Tall Herman) tower that dominates the skyline. Get a fantastic view of the city from one of the platforms of the Upper Town. Return to the Lower Town on Short Leg Street to end on Town Hall Square.

From Helsinki: Tallinn with Round-Trip Ferry & Guided Tour

4. From Helsinki: Tallinn with Round-Trip Ferry & Guided Tour

Embark on a day trip from Helsinki to Tallinn with a 3-hour guided tour in the city. Board a ferry to Tallinn from Helsinki’s port. Be welcomed by your local guide, who’ll take you from the harbor to explore the town. See the highlights of the city, like its main square, Tallinn Town Hall, Aleksander Nevsky Cathedral, Toompea Castle, and much more. Tallinn, Estonia’s capital on the Baltic Sea, retains its walled and cobblestoned Old Town, which is home to cafes and shops as well as Kiek in de Kök, a 15th-century defensive tower. The Old Town, dating from around the 15th century, is Estonia’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site. Spend the rest of the afternoon exploring the city at your own pace. When your tour is finished, you’ll be transferred back to the Port to prepare to embark on Helsinki. On the way back, you can relax and enjoy the services before arriving in Helsinki.

Welcome to Tallinn: Private Walking Tour with a Local

5. Welcome to Tallinn: Private Walking Tour with a Local

Transform the way you travel and make it as much about the people you meet as the places you see. Get a welcome to Tallinn from a local host eager to share all the tips and tricks to help you make the most of your stay. Meet at your hotel or accommodation and get familiar with your local neighborhood. Learn about the best places to eat, buy groceries and the easiest ways to get around. Alternatively, arrange to meet at a central landmark or intersection to start your walking tour. Hear about the top things to do, customized to your interests. By the end, you will feel more comfortable navigating the city with all the information you need.

Tallinn Food Tour

6. Tallinn Food Tour

This food tour of Tallinn takes you on a culinary excursion through the Old Town, including stops at the neighboring Baltic Station Market and gives you a chance to experience the smells, flavors and stories of Estonian cuisine. You will also get to see some of the most beautiful parts of the Old Town and nearby Kalamaja quarter and hear exciting stories about Estonian history and the country today. This tour includes around 6 food and drink stops based on local traditional and modern food and drinks. You will be served a soup, various traditional food samples, like black rye bread, traditional Estonian open-faced spiced sprat sandwiches and also samples of modern Estonian cuisine. You will try out some local drinks, like 'Kali' and 'Kama', some local schnapps and sweets and a good cup of locally roasted coffee or a glass of local berry or fruit wine.  Please note that food and drink stops and the menu can vary a bit depending on the season.

Tallinn: Estonian Craft Beer Tasting

7. Tallinn: Estonian Craft Beer Tasting

Experience the best of the beers of Estonia with this unique beer crawl in Tallinn. During the tasting you will be learn about the history and traditions of beer making. Get acquainted with the best sorts of Estonian beer, both common and craft. During this 1.5-hour tour you will visit historical places in Tallinn and discover how much of the town is affiliated with making and drinking alcohol! Find out where citizens brewed and drunk beer, how vodka was produced by German Barons, and how well-known Estonian liqueurs were born. Spend time in a cozy restaurant where a specialist will tell you all about these drinks, and of course you will try some of them! You can also take home a bottle or two of your favorite drink as a souvenir. The types of beer you will try:  Saku Hele - the only Estonian beer which can be easily compared with the best sorts of Czech beer because it was created in cooperation with the best beer masters from the Czech Republic. Põhjala -  the most famous craft brewery in Estonia. A selection of 10, half of which are seasonal. The dominant types are dark beers and porters. Õllenaut - founded in the Summer of 2013 but already with a good reputation among craft beer lovers. Located in Tallinn’s suburb - Saue. This brewery has over 10 types and is growing. Vormsi Õlu - an islander’s beer first made in the village of Norby on Vormsi island.  For ease of transport the brewery moved to the mainland. They make 4 kinds of beer - Vormsi hele õlu, Tõmmu õlu, Märtsiõlu and Eripruul.

Best of Tallinn 2-Hour Bike Tour

8. Best of Tallinn 2-Hour Bike Tour

This "Welcome to Tallinn Bike Tour" is a welcome indeed. Explore the picturesque city the easy way with a guided bicycle tour that is suitable for individuals, groups or the entire family, who want to see more than just the Old Town. The tours are designed for travelers who like to have fun while they explore and gain a true insight into the Estonia of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Tours take place every day and in all seasons, starting from the City Bike office in the Old Town. Groups are kept small to allow for a more personalized experience, with easy routes to allow for inexperienced or young cyclists. Children’s bikes, seats and trailers are all available on request. You will keep mainly to the cycle paths and quiet roads as you tour the city. You will also see some of its modern buildings, the World War II Memorial and the Olympic Center. During the summer, cruise along the promenade and hop-off onto the sandy beaches of the Gulf of Finland. The tour also runs in winter when your bike will be equipped with special spikes, and you can learn how to cycle in the snow.

Tallinn: Medieval Walking Tour

9. Tallinn: Medieval Walking Tour

Walk through the narrow gothic dwellings, cozy cobblestone streets and well-made fortress walls with solid towers. The Old Town is comprised of two parts: Lower Town (residence of artisans and merchants) and Upper Town (residence of viceroys and the nobility). On this tour, learn how Tallinn got wealthy by attracting invaders and resisting them. Discover why Tallinn was known as a 'town of pepper and salt,' and how Estonians, local Germans and Catholic monks communicated with each other. Walking the cozy cobblestone streets, get acquainted with Tallinn history through interesting stories and legends.  See medieval dwellings from the 14th to the 15th-century, the oldest town hall and pharmacy in Europe and St. Olaf Church, having once been the highest in the world. Depending on your preference, visit a former Dominican monastery quarter taken over by female workshops of stain glass blowers, chocolatiers, artists, doll makers and weavers. Then, explore Upper Town - an area of German crusaders (later - noblemen), viceroy and bishops. See the largest Orthodox church in Estonia, then the oldest one in Estonia. Nearby, see Toompea Castle occupied by parliament. The climax of the excursion will be a visit to a viewing platform for a view of Tallinn. This excursion will finish at the Town Hall Square. You will also receive recommendations on where to try local food and drinks, what kind of souvenirs are worth buying, where to spend time with children and what museums are worth visiting.

From Stockholm: 3-Day Return Cruise to Tallinn & Breakfast

10. From Stockholm: 3-Day Return Cruise to Tallinn & Breakfast

Travel from Stockholm to Tallinn and back by ship and enjoy during your mini-cruise not only the two cities but also a relaxing time onboard.  Day 1: Depart from Stockholm in the late afternoon, check into your comfortable sea-view cabin, and make the most of your time onboard.  Day 2: Take advantage of the breakfast buffet, which is included in the price while enjoying the breathtaking sea view. After arriving in Tallinn at you have enough time throughout the afternoon to explore the medieval city. You can leave your luggage in the cabin. In the early evening, you depart back to Stockholm. Day 3: After a relaxed breakfast and a beautiful sail through the archipelago you arrive back in Stockholm in the morning. Dine at the Grand Buffet or one of the à la carte restaurants. Browse through the shops offering global and local brands, listen to the singer-songwriter in the Pub, watch the evening show in the Starlight Palace or sing karaoke. Relax in the sauna and afterward, drink a fancy cocktail at the bar. 

  • Guided tours
  • Private tours
  • Day trips
  • Multi-day trips
  • Other experiences
61 activities found
Sort by:
1 - 16 / 61

Frequently asked questions about Tallinn Tours

What are other things to do than Tours that are worth visiting in Tallinn?

The other unmissable things to do in Tallinn are:

Other Sightseeing Options in Tallinn

Want to discover all there is to do in Tallinn? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about Tallinn

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 478 reviews

I booked this tour for me and my daughter for our day in port at Tallinn. Though our tour bus got off to a slow start due to waiting for our bus, our tour was excellent. Our local guide, Annastassia, was friendly and knowledgeable. She had anecdotes and a plethora of facts about all of the sites. The first half of the tour was driving; second half walking. It was easy to hear her on the bus (microphone). It was great that we got to walk about old town on our own for over an hour at the end of the tour. The streets are cobblestone but with good walking shoes, you get around easily. One of the best tours on our cruise. Highly recommend this tour to anyone who wants to know more about Estonian history, traditions, and enjoy the beautiful city of Tallinn. We fell in love with Estonia!

The walking tour was incredible. The guide was friendly and very informative. Great way to explore Tallinn and learn about it’s history.

Great tour with lots of cultural insights and a weave between the past and present. Anastasia was an excellent guide.

Pick up at cruise port was as promised. Tour was interesting and informative.

Very enjoyable tour! Nele was super informative, and was an amazing guide.