In this Estonia Countryside and the Medieval Old Town tour, you will enjoy the nature of Estonia as well as experience the culture and history in the Old Town.
You will be greeted by our guide from your harbor according to the agreed time, and then you will be excursing to the Estonian countryside. You will see the farms, the largest waterfall in Estonia, as well as the smallest castle in Europe built in the 16th century.
Starts from meeting-up you in the Central Railway Station, your guide will take you to the most must-not-miss popular spots of Helsinki. You will take city tram to the Olympic stadium, which just finished its renovation and re-opened to the public in 2020. And then you will visit the Sibelius Monument, to witness the inspirations of Sibelius, the Father of Finnish Music. In addition, in the tour you will visit the top three famous church in Finland, i.e., Helsinki Cathedral, and Uspenskin Cathedral. Walking through the beautiful Esplandi Park, you will hear the story of the Amanda Statue told by your guide and meet the statue in the end of the Park. You will also go into the Old Market Hall, the traditional 19th-century market hall selling fresh local delicacies, and experience this cheerful atmosphere!
After a lunch break, you will continue the tour by a ferry from the Helsinki Market Square to Suomenlinna, listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is one of the world’s largest sea fortresses that sprawls across a series of six small islands. During your walking tour, learn about the site’s eventful history and see some of Suomenlinna’s main attractions, like Jetty Barracks, Suomenlinna Church, Great Courtyard, Dry Dock, etc.
This tour will end up at Helsinki Market Square, and you may continue the journey of city exploration on your own.
Kindly Note: Sightseeing spots will be arranged according to the seasons and opening hours of each spot.