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1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: July 2019
This is a town where we took the HOHO bus and were able to see a lot,of the area. The medieval part of Tallinn was enchanting. I loved walking around the area, speaking to the locals and having lunch at an outdoor cafe. This town ranks ... Read More
This is a town where we took the HOHO bus and were able to see a lot,of the area. The medieval part of Tallinn was enchanting. I loved walking around the area, speaking to the locals and having lunch at an outdoor cafe. This town ranks right up there like Copenhagen. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2019
Took Princess shuttle to town and did on our own walk about. This is a very walkable town. Really like the Estonia History Museum in town. Small but very good. Never knew much about this country before visiting this museum.
Took Princess shuttle to town and did on our own walk about. This is a very walkable town. Really like the Estonia History Museum in town. Small but very good. Never knew much about this country before visiting this museum. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: July 2019
Fell in love with the town. Only 20 minute walk from port but guide was invaluable as she showed us how to navigate the town and pointed out some great shops. See general comments.
Fell in love with the town. Only 20 minute walk from port but guide was invaluable as she showed us how to navigate the town and pointed out some great shops. See general comments. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2019
Stunning town, easy walk from the ship. We spent a lovely day walking through the streets, stop in the street cafes and watch the world go by
Stunning town, easy walk from the ship. We spent a lovely day walking through the streets, stop in the street cafes and watch the world go by Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2019
I'm sure Tallinn is amazing, but we only had 5 hours to explore with 3 large cruise ships, so everything was totally overfilled. I would like to return in the Fall or Spring. Never in the summer because one small town can hardly ... Read More
I'm sure Tallinn is amazing, but we only had 5 hours to explore with 3 large cruise ships, so everything was totally overfilled. I would like to return in the Fall or Spring. Never in the summer because one small town can hardly absorb 10,000 plus people storming its market place all at once. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2019
Lots of steep hills to negotiate and very crowded. We did find two cool things. The KGB museum (see Trip Advisor) was an amazing peek at the Soviet past for only 5 euros each. Three Sisters Inn had a garden retaurant that is absolutely ... Read More
Lots of steep hills to negotiate and very crowded. We did find two cool things. The KGB museum (see Trip Advisor) was an amazing peek at the Soviet past for only 5 euros each. Three Sisters Inn had a garden retaurant that is absolutely beautiful! Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: July 2019
We really enjoyed Tallin, partially because we did not take a Princess excursion. We took a cab to the highest point in the old town and walked to the ship following an amalgam of guidebook walking tours. It was one of the few ports that ... Read More
We really enjoyed Tallin, partially because we did not take a Princess excursion. We took a cab to the highest point in the old town and walked to the ship following an amalgam of guidebook walking tours. It was one of the few ports that our cumbersome ship could get into and that we could walk to the town. Read Less
12 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2019
In Tallinn we decided to do our own thing again, so didn't book a shore excursion. (My 86-year-old mom stayed on ship that day.) It was a 1-mile walk from the ship to old-town. A lot of it is up-hill over cobblestones, but if you are ... Read More
In Tallinn we decided to do our own thing again, so didn't book a shore excursion. (My 86-year-old mom stayed on ship that day.) It was a 1-mile walk from the ship to old-town. A lot of it is up-hill over cobblestones, but if you are in halfway good shape you can do it. We enjoyed wandering through the little streets, looking in shops and churches. We especially enjoyed St. Mary's church, which was different in that it had coats of arms all over the inside. And we also discovered St. Nicholas's Church, which had a museum of Christian art inside. We stopped in the old apothecary that is mentioned in the shore excursions, but didn't think it was that big of a deal. The apothecary is one room where you can read a few things about its history and look at a few things like dried toads and specimens in jars. More interesting to us were the antique stores right next to the apothecary, which had some cool memorabilia from the soviet era. Cautions about Tallinn: Don't do it on your own if you have mobility issues. And be prepared for crowds: There were other cruises in port too, so lots of tour groups on the streets. Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2019
~Walked off the ship it was nearby Lovely streets lots to see oldy worly cobbled strrets and churches a must
~Walked off the ship it was nearby Lovely streets lots to see oldy worly cobbled strrets and churches a must Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2019
Walking tour of Tallinn and Old Town. Wonderful guide and this town is beautiful. Tallinn and Riga were our favorite ports in the Baltic.
Walking tour of Tallinn and Old Town. Wonderful guide and this town is beautiful. Tallinn and Riga were our favorite ports in the Baltic. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2019
Old town was great but if you value your back, avoid the land train, KGB museum at hotel Viru was brilliant.
Old town was great but if you value your back, avoid the land train, KGB museum at hotel Viru was brilliant. Read Less

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