Holiday Tips with the New Tallinn Card
If youre off to Tallinn to indulge yourself in its sights, sounds and city centre splendor, then to be sure to pick up the Tallinn Card to get the most out of your shoe leather and your Kroon*.
The Tallinn Card has been re-launched this year and offers some unbeatable savings on museum entry, public transport and discounts in shops and cafes, along with lots of new goodies to make sure your trip to this magical Baltic state is one to remember.
On top of free entrance into around 40 museums and sights in the city and unlimited use of city transport, the card now includes:
Free entry into the Baroque Kadriog Palace and its Park, one time residence of Peter the Great, and Kumu guided tour
Free entry into the Eduard Vilde Museum - dedicated to the works of one the countrys most prolific writers
Get 15% of the citys official day-long sightseeing tour with a buffet lunch included
Free hop-on and hop-off city bus tour or jump on see the city in all its glory by water and enjoy 50% off your boat hire
On a break with your mates? Then bag yourself a conference bike, free for the first hour, a bizarre contraption that seven people can ride at the same time
Adrenalin still pumping? Head out the citys Adventure Park and nab 15% off all track events like go-carting
And if after all that you need a little pampering, lie back and take it easy in a city spa and pool with 50% off the regular charge
To top it off the organisers have thrown in a guidebook so youll be up and running when you hit those cobble stoned pavements.
You can buy the new Tallinn card from the citys Tourist Offices in six, 12, 24 and 48 time slots.
Six hours - Adult 12 euro/ child 6 euro
12 hours - 24 euro/13 euro
24 hours - 28 euro/15 euro
48 hours - 32/16 euro
*Kroon local currency