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Tallinn City Tour (2,5-3 h)
Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, is located in the North-Eastern part of the Baltic Sea region. Tallinn is biggest city in Estonia, about the size of the capital of Finland – Helsinki. In 1997 Tallinn's Old Town was included into UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites as an 'exceptionally complete and well preserved example of a medieval Northern European trading city'.
Short trip outside the city centre by bus includes: Song Festival Grounds, recreation area of Kadriorg (Catherine’s Valley), Forest Cemetery - the burial place of famous Estonian writers, musicians, politicians, Pirita sailing centre and the ruins of Pirita Convent of St. Brigit (entry not included).
Walking part of the tour in the Old Town includes: Toompea Castle (now the Government Buildings, no entry), the Dome Church (main church of the Estonian Lutheran Church, 13th century, entrance upon request), the Russian Orthodox Cathedral of  Alexander Nevsky (entry upon request), beautiful view of the Old Town from one of the platforms on the high cliffs of Toompea. Tour prolongs on foot to the lower town along picturesque Short Leg street, in the lower town - buildings of the Niguliste Church of the 13th  century, Town Hall, the Church of the Holy Ghost, houses of the Guilds, merchants dwelling houses.
This tour can be divaded into two different parts:
- Pirita and surroundings with entrance to Pirita Convent (ruins) and territory of the yachting centre by bus (2-2,5 hours);
- Old Town walking tour with more entries and longer walking in lower town (2-2,5 hours).
The Open Air Museum Rocca al Mare (2,5h)
Estonian Open Air Museum located in the suburbs of Tallinn at picturesque 84 hectares forest park.
The museum hosts a fine collection of 17th - 19th century rural countryside architecture from all over the Estonia. Nearly 100 farm buildings, wooden church (17th century), tavern and mills are grouped in a village setting to present an accurate idea of Estonian peasant life.
Full day tour to Saaremaa
Saaremaa is the largest Estonian island famous for it's unique nature, sandy beaches, variety of sea birds, wild animals and historical-architectural sights.
Tour of Saaremaa includes: ferry to Kuivastu/ Muhu island, Koguva fishing village, Open air museum with windmills and beautiful sea panorama, stop on the way at Eemu windmill, Kaali meteorite craters place, Angla windmills, the smallest church of Saaremaa from 14th - Karja Church and one of two oldest churches of Saarema Saaremaa - Kaarma Church. Panoramic view of the capital – Kuressaare: Bishop’s Castle (visit inside), baroque Town Hall  and Weigh house, House of Knighthood, St. Lawrence’s and St. Nicolas’ Churches.
Lahemaa National Park (6 h ) (70 km from Tallinn)
Lahemaa, the biggest national park in the country is situated into North East part of Estonia. Lahemaa National Park is interesting mix of coastal bluffs, dense forest, 7000 year old bogs, 18th century manor houses, numerous lakes, rivers and waterfalls that cascade down some from 56 m.
Tour includes: Palmse Manor house and park (18th century), Sagadi Manor, “Captain's Village” of Käsmu, 400-year-old Altja fishermen village.
Pärnu City Tour (130 km from Tallinn) (1,5h)
Estonia’s summer capital, located on the shores of Pärnu Bay is famous for its nice parks, sandy beaches, and spa facilities (mud bathes) at local sanatoriums.
During the city tour you will see the oldest building in Parnu - the Red Tower of the town wall, parts of the 17th century bastions, Tallinn Gates, Baroque Churches of St. Catherine and St. Elisabeth, merchants’ houses, cozy cafes and beach restaurants, shops and original private houses at seaside district.
Tartu City Tour (190 km from Tallinn)(2h)
The oldest town in Estonia, first mentioned in 1030 is especially famous for one of the oldest universities in Europe.
Walking tour of Old town includes: neo-classical Town Hall, Tartu University (founded 1632 by Gustaf Adolf II, the King of Sweden), St. John’s Church.  The most beautiful part of the tour is walk around Toomemägi – the green part of the city with ruins of Dome Church, Museum of the History of Tartu University, Devil’s Bridge and Angel’s Bridge, Observatory.