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· Itinerary -  Baltic States  -  Tour in Estonia: 3 days

Day one - Tallinn
Flight to the capital of Estonia - Tallinn, a city that is in the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1997, because of the well preserved Medieval Old Town of Tallinn. Even we have entered the 21st century, you can still see the old streets, residential buildings, churches, squares and the city wall with remarkable towers. In history Tallinn was the link between different parts of Europe, the northeastern crossroad.
At the airport you will meet your travel guide. You will have dinner and then go to your hotel for rest.

Day two - Tallinn - Saaremaa
After breakfast we will visit the biggest island of Estonia - Saaremaa, one of the mist famous vacation spots in Northeastern Europe. On the island there are many unique sights, each different from others. There are many well-preserved old European churches and castles from the 13th and 14th century. On top of one castle visitors can enjoy Medieval style meal and a picturesque scenery around the place. In the northern part of the island you can visit North European Farm Museum, there you can see various glasswork and handcraft. In Saaremaa you can also visit the famous Kaali meteorite crater, Kuressaare castle and a nature park where you can see animals and birds in their natural environment.

Day three - Saaremaa - Tallinn
After breakfast we will return to Tallinn by bus. There we will visit the Old Town, which is divided into upper and lower part. First we will head to upper part to the viewing platform, there you can get a bird’s eye view over the city panorama and will feel like you are in a fairy tale world. In the upper part of the Old Town we will also visit St. Alexander Nevski Cathedral, Estonia's main Russian Orthodox cathedral. Then we will go to the lower part of the Old Town: first head to the City Hall Square. The Medieval City Hall, built in 1313, it is one of the most remarkable of its kind. At the Square there is also Europe’s oldest pharmacy, opened in 1422. This various sightseeing in Old Tallinn will leave you many unforgettable memories and beautiful photos to take home with you.

Day four - Tallinn
After breakfast getting ready for travelling and then heading to the Tallinn International Airport

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