New Year's Eve in Tallinn (5 days/4 nights)
Day 1 (Sunday): Arrival in Tallinn
Arrival of the group in Tallinn, meeting with the local English-speaking tour guide at the airport.
Transfer to the hotel. Accommodation in Hotel HESTIA ILMARINE **** / L'ERMITAGE TALLINN **** / NORDIC FORUM **** / TELEGRAAF TALLINN ****
OPTIONAL: Dinner in the restaurant in the old town
Day 2 (Monday): Tallinn
Tallinn's medieval Old Town includes two parts: the Lower town and the Upper town. The tour of the Lower town with the centre at the Town Hall Square, where many streets come together, by foot. The oldest pharmacy and the oldest town hall in Europe (entrance fee), guild houses, St. Olai church. In the afternoon the city tour: coastal road, district Pirita with the ruins of Piritt convent, park Kadriorg, the Song Festival Grounds.
OPTIONAL: Dinner in the restaurant in the Old Town
Day 3 (Tuesday): Toompea
In the morning - the Old Town sightseeing in the Upper town, also called Toompea:
Mighty Parliamentary Palace, the Orthodox Aleksander Nevsky Cathedral, viewing platforms, Tallinn Cathedral with Europe's largest collection of epitaphs. (Entry fee)
OPTIONAL: New Year's Eve in the Estonian National Opera house 19:30-00:45.
- Opening waltz and dance in the Concert Hall with the Orchestra of the National Opera
- Live music in the White Hall, dance with the Estonian Dream Big Band
- Gala performance in the Theatre Hall
- New Year greetings in the Concert Hall, welcome drink in the Winter garden
- Cafe and bar is available to guests
- GALA-DINNER AT THE RESTAURANT OF THE OPERA HOUSE
Day 4 (Wednesday): Maritime Museum
In the morning visit to the Maritim Museum Lennusadam (seaplane airport). (entry fee) In the Maritime Museum is amongst other things the Lembit submarine of the Estonian Navy exhibited, which survived World War II and was in the water for the longest - a total of 75 years. The submarine can be visited from the inside. (Guided or independent visiting.)
Leisure time at the Christmas market in the Old Town.
Visit of the St. Niguliste church (entry fee), whose greatest treasures are by Lübeck masters of the 15th century: the unique wooden altar by Hermen Rode and the painting "Dance of Death" by Bernt Notke. Concert as part of the Bach Festival in the Niguliste Church (entry fee)
OPTIONAL: Dinner in the restaurant "NOA", the best restaurant for unforgettable views of Tallinn.
Day 5 (Thursday): Departure
Drive to the Tallinn TV Tower (200 m high), visit with a guide (entrance fee)
OPTIONAL: Small lunch in the restaurant on the TV tower.
Transfer to the airport "Tallinn". End of the service of the tour guide.
Departure of the group.
The prices are net prices and don’t include any commission. The prices include service and VAT. The prices are valid from 2 people in the specified time period 2019/2020.