By visiting Tallinn, there is lot to do by sightseeing, by getting around in a city by simply not burning or cost nothing in your pockets. Free Tallinn Tour is a great way for everyone, no matter what your budget is, to fully discover this wonderful city.
For Free in Tallinn
Take a stroll through the UNESCO-protected Old Town. And climb Pikk Jalg, or “long leg”, which winds up to Toompea hill. Standing proudly at the top is the flamboyant Russian Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, as well as several viewing platforms with wide views to the Baltic Sea.
From here, walk through the bustling Town Hall square to Katariina Käik (St Catherine’s Passage), filled with master craftsmen’s workshops. A favorite with the locals is Balti Jaama Turg, a wonderful daily Russian market just five minutes walk from Town Hall square. Stalls selling everything from antiques to locally-made jams at bargain prices.
If it’s sunny, take the tram to Kadriorg Park, a park full of oaks and lilac trees that surrounded by old-style wooden houses in Estonia. Kadriorg is one of the romantic places in Tallinn. It has a large park with ponds, gardens and pathways, which are all there to surround the magnificent Kadriorg Palace.
It costs nothing to admire the impressive exterior of Kadriorg Palace, built by Peter the Great in the 18th century for his wife, Catherine I – though it will cost £ 3.70 for adults (£ 1.95 children) to move inside.
Go to the Open Air Museum which has a farm buildings, windmills and water mills from different periods and regions have been gathered here. Popular festivals are celebrated in traditional style in the museum, and often folk dance and music can be enjoyed here. It is an ideal place to have a picnic here to escape from city life.