Get to know the dark side of Tallinn’s Old Town…
💙 Tallinn ranks eighth among the 50 most cultured cities in Europe and number one in Northern Europe, in a list researched and compiled by Wanderu, a travel search platform and fare aggregator. Read HERE
25th of May at 7 p.m. (duration 2 h)
26th of May at 7 p.m. (duration 2 h)
This tour starts from Nordic Forum Hotel and ends in the Old Town of Tallinn
* Minimum number of participants 10
👻 guide service
Get to know the dark side of Tallinn’s Old Town on an evening ghost tour, when the tales of ghosts and murders are at their most frightening. Listen to spooky stories and local legends while exploring the city’s medieval streets with a fun guide. Learn about the gruesome and peculiar side of Tallinn’s medieval history from strange old laws to executioner’s daily life. Walk through the dark alleys to discover the many ghosts who haunt the city and frighten the living from black-robed monks to beautiful ladies. Hear your knowledgeable local guide tells you about the legends of Tallinn and folk stories of Estonia.
You’ll learn about the surprising secrets behind many landmarks of Tallinn while seeing the picturesque Old Town in the evening/afternoon. This tour will cover parts of the upper and lower part of Tallinn Old Town including Danish King’s Garden, Toompea Hill, Town Hall square and some other famous sites.
👻 The tour is designed for participating delegates and accompanying personas attending Bocuse d’Or Europe Contest 2020 held in Tallinn.
👻 All sightseeing tours include informative English-speaking commentary, all entry fees and meals where specified. Comfortable shoes and warm clothing are recommended for all tours. For any outdoor tours, we recommend that participants wear water and windproof warm clothing.
👻 All tours are based on a minimum number of participants. If minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made. Places on all tours are limited and will be allocated strictly in order of receipt of payment. Where participants cancel their tour bookings prior to May 1st, 2020, payment will be refunded in full. Thereafter, no refunds will be made.
Estonia has been taking part in the Bocuse d’Or for 10 years already, under the leadership of Dimitri Demjanov, an emblematic figure of Estonian gastronomy who has dedicated much effort to the contest since its creation.
Little known today on the international culinary scene, Estonia has rich gastronomy and age-old know-how. Its international ambition is strong. For its first participation in 2009, the country surprised the jury with a performance that landed it in the top of the ranking. 2020 Bocuse d’Or Europe will be held in Tallinn, Estonia.
WELCOME TO ESTONIA! WELCOME TO TALLINN!