Included in the tour
- A professional and friendly tour guide
- See where the Devil had his wedding
- Hear of Skinsalesman Pontus
- Ponder the fate of the Mummy of St Nicholas
- Pity the redheaded ghost of Toompea
- Listen for the singing ghosts of Maiden Tower
- And much much more
Tour expenses, duration and more
Tour duration: 2 hours
Tour price: 3 drops of blood and...
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Up to 16 people (negotiable)
Starting point: Within walking distance of the Old Town (negotiable)
Ending point: Within the Old Town (specific location negotiable)
NB! Should the tour start at or before 4 p.m. it will be possible to enter the Town Hall Pharmacy and discover medieval medicines and magic (the pharmacy is closed on Sundays).
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The Dead Walk These Streets
A city as old as Tallinn has plenty of legends and ghost stories to tell. The old wall towers speak tales of devils and trapped souls. As we walk these winding roads, we will discover the den of a water nymph, the resting place of a mummy and why you should not buy skins in dark alleys...as you might just lose your soul.
Why the Ghost tour?
If you want to discover the dark side of Tallinn or just have a fun time out on the town with your friends, then this tour is a great choice. Great in the evenings, especially during the dark seasons, why not hear of the ghosts that haunt your dreams.
If you believe in ghosts, then bring a friend. There is safety in numbers
Legend or history?While there will be no shortage of ghost stories during this tour, it will often be hard to separate the fact from the fiction, as some true tales from history can be even more surreal and unsettling that made of legends. Are skin-salesman Pontus and the Mummy of St Nicholas church merely fairy tales or real historical fact?
How to stay safe?As you will hear of the ghostly denizens of Tallinn - both pitiful and deplorable, benign and dangerous - a though will likely come to mind...how does one stay safe? Well, for that sure to stay until the end of the tour!
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