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Booked the tour via the cruise ship and met the bus at the cruise port which was really handy. Did two of the tours, red and green, which were a really great way to see Tallin. One went as far out as the TV tower...More
I have used City Sightseeing in many locations, but have to say that this service provider is definitely the worst I have encountered. Boarded mid-morning at Toompea Castle (stop 6) and spent 20 minutes visiting the cruise ports (7 & 8) before arriving at the...More
If you are on a Scandinavia & Russia Cruise you have MANY VERY HARD TOURING days and not many @Sea days! Here is an easy break for you. The Hop On Hop Off bus waits right at the Port Gate and after a nice city...More
I am not recommending this company. The drivers are changing the routes as they want. We were waiting for more than one hour the next route and never came. My father got isolation as day was very hot, more than 30 degrees Celcius.
Hop on Hop buses we have used before. It is reasonably priced way to get around and see the sights. We found with the Tallin service that the buses don't start running very early, the first stop nearest to where we were staying was 11am....More
There are two very similar companies operating these tours. City Sightseeing is part of an international franchise so you may recognise their bus from other cities you’ve visited. The ticket was €25 for 24 hours covering three routes -
1. Red: main city area
We enjoyed our trip on the bus but it was marred by there being two services which are so similar as to be totally confusing to the uninitiated. We saw at least two other groups even more confused than us.
The site seeing options are...More
City Sightseeing is an excellent way to see Tallinn and be able to hop on hop off at your own pace. It is a considerable savings versus selecting cruise ship shore excursions and the buses pick up right from the cruise pier. We got off...More
First thing in the morning their is plenty of space on buses, but the day we were their a few cruise ships were in so it was busy. Not enough buses available, when a bus did turn up it was already full and you could...More
Now to be fair, Tallinn is one of those cities that hop on, hop off tours doesn’t work so well as the main attractions are inaccessible by bus. It is a good way to see the outlying area. And, to be sure it was off...More