The Private Accessible 7 hour Tallinn Shore Excursion takes you on a full day of adventure exploring this medieval town and all the wonderful sights contained within its boundaries. This accessible shore excursion is perfect for the disabled traveler who wants to explore Tallinn and Estonia with a friendly, knowledgeable guide.
Begin this accessible Tallinn shore excursion by meeting your driver and professional guide at the cruise dock or accessible hotel in Tallinn. Then board your wheelchair accessible van with ramp for the short, comfortable ride into the Upper Town of Tallinn. One of your first stops in this well-preserved medieval town is Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. This large and grand orthodox cathedral was left to decline during the days of USSR rule, but it has since been restored to its original beauty. You will also visit Dome Church, built in the early 13th century,which was the only building to survive the 17th century fire that burned this part of Estonia. You will also have perfect photo opportunities with viewing platforms that offer fantastic panoramic views of all of Estonia!
This shore excursion of accessible Tallinn will then take you to the outskirts of Tallinn to take in the beautiful and scenic countryside. Here you will see the Jagala Waterfall: a natural waterfall that is the highest and largest in Estonia and is a stunning masterpiece of nature. This accessible shore excursion will take you on to the tiny village of Kiiu. Here, you will see Kiiu Tower, the smallest castle in the Baltics.
Conclude this Tallinn accessible shore excursion with a visit to Lahemaa National Park. Enjoy the picturesque scenery and walk/roll down one of the nature trails. Once you’ve taken in the beauty of this national treasure, you will board your private, wheelchair accessible van for the comfortable ride back to Tallinn. Your guide and driver will drop you off where your adventure began.
- Stone Burials of the Bronze Age
- Kiiu Tower
- Dome Church
- Jagala Waterfall
- Nature trail of Lahemaa
- Alexander Nevsky Cathedral