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Study And Specialists Tours

Country: Estonia
City: Tallinn
Duration: 11 Day(s) - 10 Night(s)
Tour Category: Education Tour
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Our study trips include program proposals for the interested visitor, who wants to experience the beauties of nature and culture, land, and people. For adult education institutions, professional associations, trade associations, and trade chambers we have specialized tours of the following areas: administration, agriculture, architecture, astronomy, biology, economics, history, law, literature, music, politics, social work, and religion, pedagogy.

Explore More About Tallinn:

The capital of Estonia is steeped in history, yet has all the modern offerings tourists expect from a destination in the 21st century. The city is exceptionally photogenic, especially during the midnight sunsets in the summer. And if you want to see the city at its very best, plan your visit during the Estonian Song Festival. It brings together 30,000 of the best singers in Estonia onto one stage every five years to create music that vibrates throughout the city.

Tallinn's Old Town has managed to preserve its medieval heritage throughout centuries of domination by foreign rulers, rightfully earning a UNESCO World Heritage Site designation. You can still strut through the ivy-covered Viru Gate, explore the gothic Town Hall, and walk along the town walls like others have done for hundreds of years.

Tallinn's Old Town encompasses endless treasures for history buffs and culture hounds alike. Known for being one of the world's best-preserved Hanseatic town centers, the vibrant village-like area features cobblestone streets, lively cafés, and architecture from long-ago centuries.

Take one look at the Alexander Nevski Cathedral, and you might think you've somehow stumbled into St. Petersburg. The 120-year-old cathedral, located directly across from the Toompea Castle, exudes sacred Russian Orthodox style, with five bulbous onion domes crowned by gilded iron crosses and an ornate brown and white exterior. It also houses 11 bells, including the largest one in Tallinn, which clocks in at a whopping 15 tons. You can hear their sounds ringing through the city for most of the day.

The city boasts Scandinavian-inspired restaurants, viewing platforms, lush parks, and sweets shops.

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