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Welcome to Tallinn City Bike Tour

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Our easy-paced Welcome to Tallinn Bike Tour takes you on a journey to the city’s harder-to-reach sights. Local guides will share personal stories about life in Tallinn, with plenty of laughs along the way.

Duration: 2.5 hours
    Available in
  • Estonian,
  • English,
  • German,
  • Russian
I can say it was really worth it. The tour guide took care of ecerybody and made us feel part of the group. U can learn So much stuff! I’ll surely do it again next Time!
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Reviewed by Felipe

Highlights

  • See the 500-year-old Fat Margaret cannon tower
  • Admire Kadriorg Palace and its surrounding gardens
  • Stop by KUMU Art Museum and Soviet war memorials
  • Visit the seaside suburb of Pirita
  • Cycle through the picturesque Kadriorg Park

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Description

The tour begins at the City Bike office in the Old Town. Our first stop is the 500-year-old Fat Margaret cannon tower tucked in a corner of Tallinn’s medieval centre. We’ll then make our way to the seaside, passing the Yacht Harbour and the Kochi Aidad warehouse complex.

We’ll then continue on to Kadriorg – one of the most-loved residential areas of Tallinn. After visiting Kadriorg Palace and enjoying a short walk in the surrounding gardens, we’ll head to the Presidential Palace, stopping by the KUMU Art Museum along the way. We’ll then cycle through Kadriorg Park, passing the Song Festival Grounds and Pirita beach.

Cycling along the beautiful seaside promenade on our way back to the Old Town, we’ll pass the Olympic Sailing Centre and a typical Soviet war memorial. We’ll also make a few stops to admire views of the Old Town and see the Russalka Memorial before heading back to the City Bike office.

Important!
We have minimum 2 participants, if you book one person then we will accept it when there are more people booked! If not then we have to cancel the tour!

50% discount for children (7-12 years). Under 7 y. old can join with kids equipment: one-wheel or bike trailer.

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What’s included & not included

  • Bike rental
  • Helmet
  • Enthusiastic local guide
  • Bottle of water
  • Snacks/food

Meeting point

Vene 33, Tallinn, Estonia (City Bike office – Vene 33, Tallinn)

Reviews from travellers (5)

4.8/5

Amazing experience
I can say it was really worth it. The tour guide took care of ecerybody and made us feel part of the group. U can learn So much stuff! I’ll surely do it again next Time!
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A great biking experience
This was a somewhat out of season trek, and only my wife and I were on it. I have been to Tallinn at least 3 or 4 times in the past, and this was her first visit. Christjian was the guide, and he did a great job I learned more about the history, culture, and character of Tallinn in 2.5 hours than in my previous trips. This was a great way to get out of old town area - with its stunning architecture, and see a bit more of the city. Our weather was in the 8-10 degree C range, and worked well. We wore gloves the last half hour. Easy going, accommodating, savvy - just what you want. I like bike tours like this, and this was excellent. Christjian gave us a restaurant recommendation just ourside of old town and west of the train station - was our best meal of the trip.
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My mother and I signed up for the Tallinn bike tour on a recent trip to Estonia. We lucked out with perfect, sunny weather. There were six in our group and our guide was friendly and knowledgeable. We really appreciated the opportunity to get out of the crowded Old Town to see a bit more of "real" Tallinn. We biked up along the coast which provided a great view looking back at the city. Highly recommended.

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4.8/5

nice run with a special guide in Tallin
We met Toomas, our local guide, at eight am, in just an hour run he brought us in very nice surroundings, along the seashore, and to the heaven, always explaining and showing us things. He also gave us some good tips on restaurants and beer houses. The best way to start the day in the amazing Tallinn. Thank you, Toomas!
Awesome winter run
The saturday morning run was really awesome. Toomas took me through windy and snowy Tallinn for a 14km run. Because of the heavy wind we started running with tailwind to the Soviet memorial, and while we warmed up we went back through Kadriogh Park, ran along the palace, through the embassy neighbourhood, to the song festival stage en through the harbour.
We ran at a convenient pace (11km/h) and Toomas told me a lot about the city, the origins and the Soviet history.

I really recommend this trip for people who love to run.
Best way to see the city
I had an absolutely fantastic time running with Toomas. He asked me if he could bring his dog and I said of course, and that was a great decision- his dog is awesome, and kept me entertained the whole run. We saw large parts of the city I never would have been able to see in such a short trip, and it was beautiful. We ran at a great pace for me, with a couple quick water/snack breaks (and a couple photo breaks), and he was easily able to accommodate my requested distance. Usually I just try to figure out a route on my own when I'm in a new city, but this was great- I didn't have to spend any time looking at my map trying to figure out where I was or deciding if somewhere was safe, etc. Highly, highly recommend doing this.
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Tour operated by: CityBike