Discover two iconic and sophisticated cities on this Stockholm to Helsinki walking tour that showcases Nordic culture, ancient history, and scenic nature.

Discover two Nordic capitals, which share the same “white nights” – a time when the sun barely dips below the horizon. In Stockholm, you’ll find a sophisticated city built around urban islands, where daily life unfolds amid modern architecture and bustling public spaces. During your walking tour of Stockholm, you’ll explore the island oases of Djurgården and Långholmen, and soak up Swedish history as you wander the city’s medieval lanes. Across the Baltic Sea is Helsinki – Finland’s famed capital city – where you’ll trek protected wilderness, dine at the UNESCO sea fortress of Suomenlinna, and wander the elegant grounds of Drottningholm Palace. With stays in luxury hotels and meals of flavorful Nordic foods, you’ll experience unforgettable Nordic culture on this Stockholm to Helsinki walking tour.

Highlights

  • Explore the multi-island, 18th-century sea fortress of Suomenlinna and the exquisite Swedish royal gardens of Drottningholm, both UNESCO World Heritage sites
  • Ferry across the picturesque channels of Stockholm to the urban islands of Djurgården and Långholmen, and wander the medieval lanes of Sigtuna and Gamla Stan
  • Trek the Finnish wilds of Nuuksio National Park, following trails through hushed fir forests, past craggy outcrops and scenic lakes
  • Dine in style at elegant restaurants, sampling the native flavors of the far north, such as lingonberries, herring, and reindeer
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Delicious, authentic multi-course meals — virtually all are included.
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A maximum of 18 fun-loving fellow travelers to share the journey.
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Itinerary

Sat, May 23 to Mon, Jun 1 - 2020

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Begin your adventure by departing from a convenient gateway city in the United States or Canada. Spend the first night aloft.

Upon your arrival at Stockholm’s Arlanda Airport, a representative holding a Country Walkers sign meets you as you exit the baggage-claim area. A complimentary small-group transfer is provided to your hotel in the heart of Stockholm. The remainder of the day is at your leisure (no meals included). A visit to the Vasa Museum (Stockholm’s most popular museum and home to the world’s only preserved 17th-century ship), as well as City Hall (where the great Nobel banquet is held annually) are highly recommended during your pre-tour time in the stunning capital.

If you are going to be delayed meeting our transfer representative for more than 15 minutes due to delayed or lost luggage, please contact our One Call travel assistance to advise of your delay, and they will contact our transfer service on your behalf. Our drivers are generally able to wait for up to 45 minutes from the time your flight lands, after which you would be responsible for your own transfer.

Please note: If you arrive early, and your hotel room is not available prior to the designated check-in time, you may store your luggage with the reception desk.

Accommodation: Hotel Skeppsholmen, Stockholm

3-4 miles, easy and 1-2 miles, easy

Awakening refreshed, you enjoy an included breakfast at your hotel before meeting your group at the Hotel Skeppsholmen at 9 a.m. in the lobby. After a brief introduction to the group, your adventure begins.

Tour Meeting Point & Time: Hotel Skeppsholmen, 9:00 a.m.

Breakfast is included at your hotel.

Your guide(s) will meet you in the lobby of the Hotel Skeppsholmen at 9:00 a.m. Your guide(s) will be wearing a Country Walkers shirt, please be dressed for walking.

Kick off your day with a short ferry ride from your hotel on Skeppsholmen Island to the adjacent green oasis of Djurgården. This peaceful island in the middle of Stockholm has long been a favorite of the city’s residents. From the 16th to the 18th centuries it served as a royal game reserve, before assuming its current status as an urban getaway for cultural entertainment and outdoor recreation. Here you’ll find a wide variety of museums and other venues – the Vasa maritime museum, the Skansen zoo, the Cirkus performance space, the ABBA museum, and the Gröna Lund amusement park – all immersed in an exuberant natural setting.

This morning’s easygoing walking excursion across the island gives you a close-up look at Djurgården’s appealing mix of natural and man-made features. You’ll follow a combination of walking paths and sidewalks through mature parkland with views of the bustling archipelago and its surrounding waters, passing yacht clubs, beautifully tended gardens, and families enjoying a day out in nature.

Another short ferry ride across the harbor brings you to Gamla Stan, Stockholm’s captivating, pedestrian-friendly Old Town. Here, on the first settled island in the archipelago, history becomes tangible as you wander through narrow medieval streets and admire the charming ensemble of saffron-, ginger-, and cinnamon-colored facades framing Stortorget, the city’s oldest square. Your guide will accompany you on a short guided walk, culminating with a light lunch in this historic setting. Afterwards, return with your guide along the waterfront to your hotel on its leafy inner island. Spend an hour or two exploring Gamla Stan’s nooks and crannies on your own, popping into the 13th-century cathedral, the Nobel Museum, or the Kungliga Slottet, Stockholm’s opulent baroque Royal Palace.

Celebrate the start of your tour in grand style at this evening’s welcome dinner, feasting on panoramic city views and sumptuous Swedish fare at one of Stockholm’s most elegant restaurants. Gaze out over the city’s spires and rooftops from your harborside perch as you savor inspired seasonal offerings like lobster soup with citrus-marinated scallops, roast venison with fennel sausage and wild mushrooms, or gooseberry sorbet with vanilla-cardamom cream.

Accommodation: Hotel Skeppsholmen, Stockholm

4-7 miles, easy

This morning you’ll transfer about one hour north of Stockholm to the historic town of Sigtuna, located on the shores of sprawling Lake Mälaren. Founded in 980, Sigtuna is considered to be Sweden’s oldest town, immortalized in the ancient Norse sagas and recognized as the site where Sweden’s first coins were minted in 995. To this day, the surrounding countryside is dotted with 11th-century runes, while the town center contains the ruins of the 13th-century Dominican monastery where we begin our walk.

After a leisurely stroll past the colorful wooden buildings along Storagatan, Sigtuna’s medieval-sized narrow main street, continue along the lakeshore on a mixed-use paved pathway and onto a country road leading to the beautifully preserved 19th-century farming village of Viby. With its flowery pastures dotted with red clapboard houses, it’s no wonder that Viby is a popular location for Swedish films!

Your walk continues along an unpaved rural road through fields to Venngarn Castle. Crowning a 1,000-year-old site framed by concentric stone walls, this stunning mustard-yellow mansion with its baroque chapel is amazingly well preserved, accessible, and at the center of a vibrant small community. Enjoy lunch overlooking the period 17th-century park before walking or shuttling back to Sigtuna.

In the late afternoon, return to Stockholm and prepare for another sumptuous dinner at your hotel’s superb restaurant. The flavors of Sweden’s forests and Baltic Sea waters burst forth in creations such as herb-grilled fillet of Nordic char or spicy fried venison with game gravy. Afterwards, settle in for a quintessentially Swedish dessert—tart, juicy, reddish-golden cloudberries served with almond cake, crème anglaise, chocolate, and meringue!

Accommodation: Hotel Skeppsholmen, Stockholm

3-5 miles, easy

Transfer via public ferry this morning and continue on foot to Långholmen, another of the 14 urban islands on which Stockholm is built. Surrounded on all sides by Lake Mälaren, Långholmen served as a “prison island” for two centuries before it was reclaimed as public parkland in 1974. These days the old prison has been converted into a hostel and museum, while the island’s green spaces have become a popular recreation destination. Your route this morning follows walking paths along Långholmen’s waterfront, passing historic prison buildings, the slips of the local boating club, and garden allotments where Stockholmers lovingly tend their vegetables and flowers. Along the way, you may break your journey to partake in one of Sweden’s tastiest traditions: the late morning “fika,” a time-honored ritual in which friends gather for coffee, conversation, and the aromatic cardamom-laced cinnamon buns known as kanelbullar.

After free time for lunch and relaxation, hop aboard a scheduled ferry boat this afternoon and head for the island town of Vaxholm, east of Stockholm in the archipelago that leads out to the Baltic Sea. Enjoy a short walk past the sailboats bobbing in the harbor and through the traditional village of wooden clapboard homes, anchored by its distinctive onion-domed town hall.

Tonight you’ll enjoy a privileged vantage point overlooking the water and Vaxholm’s historic stone fortress, as you dine at one of the island’s favorite seafood eateries, perhaps sampling a modern twist on the Swedish smörgåsbord. Transfer by minibus back to your hotel after dinner.

Accommodation: Hotel Skeppsholmen, Stockholm

3 miles, easy

This morning, board a public boat from central Stockholm’s quayside through Lake Mälaren to the royal Drottningholm Palace, a superb representation of 18th-century European architecture, now enshrined in its entirety as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Modeled after France’s Versailles Palace and still home to the Swedish royal family, the main building is a riot of chandeliers and gold and white décor. Delight in strolling broad paths lined with greenery as you explore the beautifully landscaped Palace Park grounds, replete with fountains, canals, artfully trimmed hedges, marble statues, chestnut-lined avenues, and Swedish native trees. Here you may also have time to visit the magnificent Slottsteater (Palace Theater), built in 1766 and still hosting live opera performances each summer. The theater retains a host of vintage details, including original 18th-century stage sets and hand-operated wind, thunder, and cloud machines. A walk across the grounds brings you to the candy-pink Chinese Pavilion, whimsically decorated in fashionable 18th-century chinoiserie.

Mid-afternoon, transfer to Stockholm’s ferry terminal to board the overnight ferry to Helsinki, a scenic voyage that takes you through the picturesque archipelago in the sun’s waning light before crossing into the Baltic around midnight.

After settling into your seaview cabin, enjoy dinner on the water in the ship’s fine-dining restaurant. Afterwards, choose from numerous on-board activities, including shows, gambling, and duty-free shopping, or head for the open deck, where you can share drinks and conversation while contemplating views of islands and channels illuminated by the late evening sun.

Accommodation: Tallink-Silja Ferry

3-4 miles, easy

Your overnight ferry docks before 11:00 a.m. in Helsinki’s historic port. Here you’ll get your first glimpses of Finland’s sophisticated capital, with its grand, powder-blue city hall backed by the imposing, domed, white Lutheran Cathedral and the striking, red-brick Russian Orthodox church, topped by green and gold onion domes.

A short stroll from the ferry terminal leads you through the Market Square in front of the Presidential Palace, where you’ll hop on public transportation and head for the eastern side of Helsinki’s port for an urban “green walk.” Your route offers an engaging overview of Helsinki’s urban and natural ecosystems as you weave through public parks, garden allotments, and nature preserves, with views across the water to the port, small islands, and passing ships.

Dinner is on your own tonight. Your guides help you in choosing among Helsinki’s many fine-dining restaurants within easy walking distance of your hotel. There’s also time to enjoy the hotel’s spa facilities!

Accommodation: Hotel Kamp, Helsinki

3-5 miles, easy

This morning you transfer about an hour northwest of Helsinki for a walk in the vast expanses of Nuuksio National Park. Small lakes, craggy outcroppings, and hushed fir forest make up the park’s upland geography, offering a sense of Finland’s wild places surprisingly close to the nation’s capital. These woodlands are home to elk, lynx, and the park’s diminutive mascot, the Siberian flying squirrel. Your walking trail winds through this serene landscape and ends at a forest hut, where we’ll gather by the fire for a traditional Finnish lunch that may include wild game, mushrooms, and berries hunted and foraged from the nearby forest.

For tonight’s farewell dinner, you walk to the Market Square this afternoon and catch a public ferry to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Suomenlinna. A 15-minute jaunt through the island-dotted seascape of Helsinki’s harbor brings you to this 18th-century sea fortress, inspired by French military architect Vauban and built over six fortified islands interconnected by bridges. Designed by the Kingdom of Sweden to protect against Russian expansion, it eventually fell into Russian hands for over a century before passing to the new nation of Finland in 1918. It now offers a fascinating glimpse into the region’s history and is a beautiful spot, enjoyed by locals and visitors alike for strolling, picnicking, dining, and relaxing.

Upon arrival, your guides will provide a brief overview of the island’s most famous sights, including the characteristic pink barracks built during the Russian period, the 19th-century Russian church (whose steeple doubles as a lighthouse), the naval dockyard (the world’s largest at the time of its construction in the 1760s), and the King’s Gate entryway, Suomenlinna’s enduring symbol, constructed in 1753-54 and rebuilt after heavy damage suffered in the Crimean War.

Accommodation: Hotel Kamp, Helsinki

Your Sweden & Finland: Stockholm to Helsinki tour concludes after breakfast. Take the rest of the day to continue exploring Helsinki, admiring the cutting-edge fashion, furniture, and homewares in the city’s renowned Design District, browsing the bakeries, cafés, and market stalls at Vanha Kauppahalli (the city’s late 19th-century market hall), or taking a relaxing steam bath in your hotel’s sauna. Lunch and dinner are on your own today.

Accommodation: Hotel Kamp, Helsinki

Näkemiin! This morning after breakfast, a small-group complimentary transfer is provided to Helsinki-Vantaa Airport based on your departure time. Your guides will confirm the transfer time while on tour.

Mon, May 25 to Sun, May 31 - 2020

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3-4 miles, easy and 1-2 miles, easy

Your Country Walkers representative meets you at the Hotel Skeppsholmen at 9 a.m. in the lobby. After a brief introduction to the group, your adventure begins.

Tour Meeting Point & Time: Hotel Skeppsholmen, 9:00 a.m.

Breakfast is included at your hotel.

Your guide(s) will meet you in the lobby of the Hotel Skeppsholmen at 9:00 a.m. Your guide(s) will be wearing a Country Walkers shirt, please be dressed for walking.

Kick off your day with a short ferry ride from your hotel on Skeppsholmen Island to the adjacent green oasis of Djurgården. This peaceful island in the middle of Stockholm has long been a favorite of the city’s residents. From the 16th to the 18th centuries it served as a royal game reserve, before assuming its current status as an urban getaway for cultural entertainment and outdoor recreation. Here you’ll find a wide variety of museums and other venues – the Vasa maritime museum, the Skansen zoo, the Cirkus performance space, the ABBA museum, and the Gröna Lund amusement park – all immersed in an exuberant natural setting.

This morning’s easygoing walking excursion across the island gives you a close-up look at Djurgården’s appealing mix of natural and man-made features. You’ll follow a combination of walking paths and sidewalks through mature parkland with views of the bustling archipelago and its surrounding waters, passing yacht clubs, beautifully tended gardens, and families enjoying a day out in nature.

Another short ferry ride across the harbor brings you to Gamla Stan, Stockholm’s captivating, pedestrian-friendly Old Town. Here, on the first settled island in the archipelago, history becomes tangible as you wander through narrow medieval streets and admire the charming ensemble of saffron-, ginger-, and cinnamon-colored facades framing Stortorget, the city’s oldest square. Your guide will accompany you on a short guided walk, culminating with a light lunch in this historic setting. Afterwards, return with your guide along the waterfront to your hotel on its leafy inner island. Spend an hour or two exploring Gamla Stan’s nooks and crannies on your own, popping into the 13th-century cathedral, the Nobel Museum, or the Kungliga Slottet, Stockholm’s opulent baroque Royal Palace.

Celebrate the start of your tour in grand style at this evening’s welcome dinner, feasting on panoramic city views and sumptuous Swedish fare at one of Stockholm’s most elegant restaurants. Gaze out over the city’s spires and rooftops from your harborside perch as you savor inspired seasonal offerings like lobster soup with citrus-marinated scallops, roast venison with fennel sausage and wild mushrooms, or gooseberry sorbet with vanilla-cardamom cream.

Accommodation: Hotel Skeppsholmen, Stockholm

4-7 miles, easy

This morning you’ll transfer about one hour north of Stockholm to the historic town of Sigtuna, located on the shores of sprawling Lake Mälaren. Founded in 980, Sigtuna is considered to be Sweden’s oldest town, immortalized in the ancient Norse sagas and recognized as the site where Sweden’s first coins were minted in 995. To this day, the surrounding countryside is dotted with 11th-century runes, while the town center contains the ruins of the 13th-century Dominican monastery where we begin our walk.

After a leisurely stroll past the colorful wooden buildings along Storagatan, Sigtuna’s medieval-sized narrow main street, continue along the lakeshore on a mixed-use paved pathway and onto a country road leading to the beautifully preserved 19th-century farming village of Viby. With its flowery pastures dotted with red clapboard houses, it’s no wonder that Viby is a popular location for Swedish films!

Your walk continues along an unpaved rural road through fields to Venngarn Castle. Crowning a 1,000-year-old site framed by concentric stone walls, this stunning mustard-yellow mansion with its baroque chapel is amazingly well preserved, accessible, and at the center of a vibrant small community. Enjoy lunch overlooking the period 17th-century park before walking or shuttling back to Sigtuna.

In the late afternoon, return to Stockholm and prepare for another sumptuous dinner at your hotel’s superb restaurant. The flavors of Sweden’s forests and Baltic Sea waters burst forth in creations such as herb-grilled fillet of Nordic char or spicy fried venison with game gravy. Afterwards, settle in for a quintessentially Swedish dessert—tart, juicy, reddish-golden cloudberries served with almond cake, crème anglaise, chocolate, and meringue!

Accommodation: Hotel Skeppsholmen, Stockholm

3-5 miles, easy

Transfer via public ferry this morning and continue on foot to Långholmen, another of the 14 urban islands on which Stockholm is built. Surrounded on all sides by Lake Mälaren, Långholmen served as a “prison island” for two centuries before it was reclaimed as public parkland in 1974. These days the old prison has been converted into a hostel and museum, while the island’s green spaces have become a popular recreation destination. Your route this morning follows walking paths along Långholmen’s waterfront, passing historic prison buildings, the slips of the local boating club, and garden allotments where Stockholmers lovingly tend their vegetables and flowers. Along the way, you may break your journey to partake in one of Sweden’s tastiest traditions: the late morning “fika,” a time-honored ritual in which friends gather for coffee, conversation, and the aromatic cardamom-laced cinnamon buns known as kanelbullar.

After free time for lunch and relaxation, hop aboard a scheduled ferry boat this afternoon and head for the island town of Vaxholm, east of Stockholm in the archipelago that leads out to the Baltic Sea. Enjoy a short walk past the sailboats bobbing in the harbor and through the traditional village of wooden clapboard homes, anchored by its distinctive onion-domed town hall.

Tonight you’ll enjoy a privileged vantage point overlooking the water and Vaxholm’s historic stone fortress, as you dine at one of the island’s favorite seafood eateries, perhaps sampling a modern twist on the Swedish smörgåsbord. Transfer by minibus back to your hotel after dinner.

Accommodation: Hotel Skeppsholmen, Stockholm

3 miles, easy

This morning, board a public boat from central Stockholm’s quayside through Lake Mälaren to the royal Drottningholm Palace, a superb representation of 18th-century European architecture, now enshrined in its entirety as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Modeled after France’s Versailles Palace and still home to the Swedish royal family, the main building is a riot of chandeliers and gold and white décor. Delight in strolling broad paths lined with greenery as you explore the beautifully landscaped Palace Park grounds, replete with fountains, canals, artfully trimmed hedges, marble statues, chestnut-lined avenues, and Swedish native trees. Here you may also have time to visit the magnificent Slottsteater (Palace Theater), built in 1766 and still hosting live opera performances each summer. The theater retains a host of vintage details, including original 18th-century stage sets and hand-operated wind, thunder, and cloud machines. A walk across the grounds brings you to the candy-pink Chinese Pavilion, whimsically decorated in fashionable 18th-century chinoiserie.

Mid-afternoon, transfer to Stockholm’s ferry terminal to board the overnight ferry to Helsinki, a scenic voyage that takes you through the picturesque archipelago in the sun’s waning light before crossing into the Baltic around midnight.

After settling into your seaview cabin, enjoy dinner on the water in the ship’s fine-dining restaurant. Afterwards, choose from numerous on-board activities, including shows, gambling, and duty-free shopping, or head for the open deck, where you can share drinks and conversation while contemplating views of islands and channels illuminated by the late evening sun.

Accommodation: Tallink-Silja Ferry

3-4 miles, easy

Your overnight ferry docks before 11:00 a.m. in Helsinki’s historic port. Here you’ll get your first glimpses of Finland’s sophisticated capital, with its grand, powder-blue city hall backed by the imposing, domed, white Lutheran Cathedral and the striking, red-brick Russian Orthodox church, topped by green and gold onion domes.

A short stroll from the ferry terminal leads you through the Market Square in front of the Presidential Palace, where you’ll hop on public transportation and head for the eastern side of Helsinki’s port for an urban “green walk.” Your route offers an engaging overview of Helsinki’s urban and natural ecosystems as you weave through public parks, garden allotments, and nature preserves, with views across the water to the port, small islands, and passing ships.

Dinner is on your own tonight. Your guides help you in choosing among Helsinki’s many fine-dining restaurants within easy walking distance of your hotel. There’s also time to enjoy the hotel’s spa facilities!

Accommodation: Hotel Kamp, Helsinki

3-5 miles, easy

This morning you transfer about an hour northwest of Helsinki for a walk in the vast expanses of Nuuksio National Park. Small lakes, craggy outcroppings, and hushed fir forest make up the park’s upland geography, offering a sense of Finland’s wild places surprisingly close to the nation’s capital. These woodlands are home to elk, lynx, and the park’s diminutive mascot, the Siberian flying squirrel. Your walking trail winds through this serene landscape and ends at a forest hut, where we’ll gather by the fire for a traditional Finnish lunch that may include wild game, mushrooms, and berries hunted and foraged from the nearby forest.

For tonight’s farewell dinner, you walk to the Market Square this afternoon and catch a public ferry to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Suomenlinna. A 15-minute jaunt through the island-dotted seascape of Helsinki’s harbor brings you to this 18th-century sea fortress, inspired by French military architect Vauban and built over six fortified islands interconnected by bridges. Designed by the Kingdom of Sweden to protect against Russian expansion, it eventually fell into Russian hands for over a century before passing to the new nation of Finland in 1918. It now offers a fascinating glimpse into the region’s history and is a beautiful spot, enjoyed by locals and visitors alike for strolling, picnicking, dining, and relaxing.

Upon arrival, your guides will provide a brief overview of the island’s most famous sights, including the characteristic pink barracks built during the Russian period, the 19th-century Russian church (whose steeple doubles as a lighthouse), the naval dockyard (the world’s largest at the time of its construction in the 1760s), and the King’s Gate entryway, Suomenlinna’s enduring symbol, constructed in 1753-54 and rebuilt after heavy damage suffered in the Crimean War.

Accommodation: Hotel Kamp, Helsinki

Näkemiin! After breakfast, bid farewell to your group as your Country Walkers Sweden & Finland: Stockholm to Helsinki tour concludes. Explore Helsinki on your own or prepare for onward travels.

Linger Longer with a Tour Extension

Eastern Orthodox Church above city
Post-Tour

Post-Tour Extension - Tallinn

  • Two nights at the Hotel Telegraaf
  • One-way journey on Tallink Shuttle ferry between Helsinki, Finland and Tallinn, Estonia
  • Small-group ferry terminal, airport, and hotel transfers
  • Two breakfasts

2 Nights From $498
per person, double occupancy

This morning, transfer from your hotel to Helsinki’s maritime terminal, where you’ll board a ferry for the two-hour crossing to Tallinn, the enchanting capital of Estonia. (One member of your post-extension group will be designated to check all Country Walkers guests in at Helsinki’s ferry terminal on arrival, as we’ve confirmed group reservations for the journey.) Travel in comfort and style in the on-board business lounge, helping yourself to drinks and snacks, perusing the morning paper, or gazing out over the Gulf of Finland. Arrive mid-day in Tallinn and transfer to your hotel in the heart of the medieval Old Town. This historic 19th-century building makes an elegant home base, perfectly placed within easy walking distance of all the local sights and historic attractions. This afternoon and evening, set off to explore the city on foot, or settle in for a relaxing treatment at the hotel spa.

After breakfast at your hotel, the whole day is yours to explore Tallinn’s many wonders, all just paces from your doorstep.

Divided into upper and lower towns, Estonia’s capital is one of Europe’s most picturesque cities, adorned with graceful spires, cobblestoned streets, pastel-hued baroque palaces, and a photogenic town wall complete with nine medieval towers.

Begin your exploration in Raekoja Plats, the lower town’s central square, with northern Europe’s best-preserved Gothic town hall, a beautiful steep-roofed structure framed by arcaded walkways. Across the square, stop in to admire the ancient display cases and lovely-painted beams of the Raeapteek, Europe’s oldest continuously operating pharmacy. Much of the architecture in this neighborhood bears a distinct German influence, reflecting the role of the Baltic German traders who brought great wealth to the city and controlled Estonia’s political and cultural institutions throughout the late Middle Ages.

Nearby, the magnificent onion-domed Nevsky cathedral, resplendent with icons and late 19th-century frescoes, reflects a different historical period: the two centuries of Imperial Russian influence leading up to Estonian independence in 1918. After taking a break in the leafy park behind the cathedral, visit the city’s shops, museums, and cafés, or climb the stairs onto the city’s beautifully preserved medieval walls, affording wonderful views of Tallinn’s rooftops. This evening, enjoy dinner at one of the Old Town’s fine restaurants before retiring to the comfort of your five-star hotel.

Head aega!This morning, a small-group complimentary transfer is provided to Tallinn Airport based on your departure time. Your guides will confirm the transfer time while on tour.

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