Tallinn Excursions

A Small Town like a Large Castle

 

Virtually unheard of in the outside world for many years, now Tallinn shines as a little-known Jewish destination whose time has come! With its four-year-old Beit Bella synagogue, containing a sanctuary, mikveh, and restaurant, its active Jewish Community Center and school, and its well-kept Jewish cemeteries and Holocaust memorials, Tallinn is an example of a city reconciling with its past while advancing confidently towards a tolerant and progressive future. 

 

A cruise ship port on the Baltic Sea, Tallinn is both the capital of Estonia and a 2011 European Cultural Capital! Experience the Middle Ages in Tallinn – walk the old town’s winding cobblestone streets in this World UNESCO Heritage Site, once referred to by a 12th century cartographer as a “small town like a large castle.” Its medieval defensive wall survives to this day, telling of its history as an important Hanseatic, or sea-merchant, city. Home to a Jewish community since the 14th century, many were themselves merchants and artisans.

 

After being occupied over the centuries by Denmark, Sweden, Russia, and Germany, the city was rendered today grapples with a complicated history but also holds a strong sense of identity. 

 

 


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  • All of our cruise tours include transfers from the port to the touring area and back. Please inform us in the event that you will not require transfers.
  • Our tours are fully customizable according to the time at your disposal. When making your request, kindly let us know how many hours you will be available for touring; if you know your exact docking times, even better!
  • In case you have already been to this destination previously, we can ensure that you will not be repeating sites which you have already visited.  If you have other specific requests, just let us know, and we will happily accommodate your particular preferences.