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Embarking on Port Adventures in Tallinn, Estonia

Embarking on Port Adventures in Tallinn, Estonia

Of the 24 excursions offered by Disney Cruise Line, here are our recommended port adventures for first-time visitors to Tallinn:

Low Budget: Your least expensive option in Tallinn would be to visit the city, on your own, on foot. It’s easily navigated and a difficult city in which to get lost, as there are many towers and steeples to guide you back. The basic Tallinn Highlights (TA11, $49/$29 ages 3-9, 4-4.5 hours) includes a motor coach overview of the sites outside of Old Town, followed by a stroll throughout the Old Town’s charming streets. Spend a bit more to extend the city tour to spots outside of town. Town & Country Life (TA08, $69/$45 ages 3-9, 4-4.5 hours) adds a visit to a farm and a private home, while Old Town & Rocca-Al-Mare (TA10, $69/$49 ages 3-9, 3.5-4 hours) adds a visit to a museum village.

Active: Tallinn is a compact city and with many well-marked bicycle routes. Active visitors can rent bikes on their own for an hourly fee, and guided tours are also offered at http://www.citybike.ee. Disney's Countryside Cycling and Old Town Walking  (TA03, $109 ages 12 and up, 4-4.5 hours) combines an in-town walking tour with cycling at the Estonian Open Air Museum, a museum village.

Big Budget: The only pricey options in Tallinn are the private vehicle excursions, and even those are inexpensive compared to other ports, with the 4-hour sedan tour running $299 for up to 3 guests.

Cultural: A 25-minute taxi ride from the pier (or nine minutes from Town Hall Square) brings you to the lovely Kadriorg Park with its manicured gardens, and Kadriorg Palace, a seaside home built by Peter the Great as a gift to his wife, the Tsarina Catherine. At the far end of the park, you will also find the Kumu Art Museum, with its eclectic collection of the country’s best art, from 18th century exhibits to contemporary art, with an additional display from the Soviet occupation. Estonian Architecture & Art for Families (Featuring Exclusive Youth Activity)(TA02, $190/$79 ages 5-9, 5-5.5 hours) shows you city sights and the Kumu museum and adds a special program at the museum for the kids, hosted by the cruise line's youth counselors. Best of Tallinn with Concert and Lunch (TA01, $119/$79 ages 3-9, 6-6.5 hours) tours the city and adds a lunch in Old Town and a concert of medieval music.

Tallinn at sunrise

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