Nature, Art and Royalty
The park and palace of Kadriorg are among the most romantic
locations in Tallinn. Commissioned by Peter the Great, emperor of Russia, in the early 18th
century, this park has been visited by czars, been home to writers and poets,
administrators and occupiers.
Why choose this tour?
On this guided walking tour, we will explore both the beautiful grounds of the park as well as the palace (once the summer residence of the Russian royal family), now home to a stunning art museum, and get to know the Russian royalty more closely.
Please note! The tour is not available on Mondays or other days when the museum is closed.
From the era of the Romanovs to the modern day
Art museumKadriorg museum of foreign art, located inside the former summer palace of the Russian royal family, has an exquisite collection of paintings, sculptures and internal architecture
with famous names like Salini, Repin, Shishkin, Bosch and others making several appearances. As we walk through these halls, we will talk both of the Russian royals who once walked here, as well as of the works of art and the stories behind them.
Included in the Tour
- A walk through the beautiful Kadriorg park
- Stories about the Romanovs and their connection to Tallinn
- See the presidential palace of Estonia (outside only)
- Visit the summer palace of Peter the Great, now the museum of foreign art
Tour expenses, duration and more
Tour duration: 2.5 hours
price in euros:
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Group size: Up to 14 people (negotiable)
Starting point: In front of the cafe Katharinenthal - 2 minutes walk from the nearest tram stop.
Ending point: In front of Kadriorg palace - 3 minutes walk from the starting point of the tour
BookingTo book a tour please contact us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or fill out the form below. You can also call at +372 5886 5231
Please specify the tour you are interested in, as well as the date and time you would like to book it.
NB! Please inform us regarding any special needs regarding the group (e.g. walking difficulties, etc.).
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