Tallinn Tours
Full Day tour to Kihnu " Woman´s Island"

Full Day tour to Kihnu " Woman´s Island"

By Tallinn Official Sightseeing
About
Explore around Kihnu island, their traditional way of life and nice colorful traditional clothing. Have a traditional lunch. Kihnu Island is also known as Women´s Island.

Ages 0-99, max of 19 per group
Duration: 10h
Start time: Check availability
Mobile ticket
Live guide: English
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  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Ferry Tickets
  • Admissions
  • Entry/Admission - Kihnu Museum
What's not included
  • Lunch


Start:Multiple meeting point options.
  • Option 1
    Original Sokos Hotel Viru, Viru väljak 4, 10111 Tallinn, Estonia
    We pick up quest front of the Sokos Hotel Viru
  • Option 2
    Tallinn, Estonia
    If needed the we could pick up You from the hotel, Please confirm 48 hours before the tour the pick up location.
End:This activity ends back at the meeting point.

    • Not wheelchair accessible
    • Pushchair accessible
    • Infant seats available
    If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 5607P35

    • Most travellers can participate
    • This experience requires good weather. If it’s cancelled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
    • This experience requires a minimum number of travellers. If it’s cancelled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
    • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 19 travellers

    • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

    If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 5607P35

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      Kihnu
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      t like an anchor in preserving and introducing the cultural space of Kihnu, which has been entered in the UNESCO heritage list. The museum was founded in the former schoolhouse of Sääreküla Village in 1974 and thoroughly renovated in 2009.
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    • Tallinn Official Sightseeing
      29
      Tallinn, Estonia
      Joined in October 2011
    • David A
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      4.0 of 5 bubbles
      Good way to see around the city
      As we arrived on a cruise, we were picked up and dropped off at the port. It was a great and relaxing way to see around the city but you need to get off and walk around the old town - well worth it. We didn't have enough time to do all of the routes.
      Written 10 July 2019
    • Jenny A
      0 contributions
      1.0 of 5 bubbles
      Tallinn Hop on / off bus
      We usually use these buses in most cities while we're away and love them! However this had to be one of the worst!! What we experienced was a circular trip around the outskirts of the old historical town could have been anywhere in the world looking at industrial areas and housing. These buses do not pass places of interest only one castle where the street was saturated with tourist buses & the bus could hardly move. Once we got off and walked into the old town which is what we should have done originally we realised why Tallinn had the reputation of a must visit tourist town.
      Written 8 October 2018
    • Irina2808
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Thank you!!
      We had Sightseeing tour with Kadi on 19 May and we truly enjoyed as she was very professional, attentive and informative! She showed to us so many beautiful places and gave us useful advice on what to do in Tallinn and what to visit! Thank you very much!!!
      Written 21 May 2018
    • Leonard_vd_Heyden
      0 contributions
      4.0 of 5 bubbles
      CitySightseeing Tallinn
      On a recent visit to Tallinn, the 3 of us, my partner, 21-yerar-old daughter and I decided to take a 'hop on hop off' bus tour of Tallinn. It is a great way to get a quick overview of the places and sights of interest. The fare is $15/person for 24-hours, so effectively it can be used on 2 successive days.
      Written 20 August 2017
    • peadarsean
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      We used our Tallinn Cards to avail of this interesting tour
      A quick phone call confirmed that a minibus would collect us from its second stop which was outside Ferry Terminal D. The bus arrived exactly on time. The friendly driver, Matti, stopped at several other points but there were only two others and a guide, Margi, who joined the tour. We drove around Tallinn for an hour, with a good running commentary. We stopped briefly at Estonia's Massive Song Festival Grounds (definitely not to be confused with any Eurovision event!) where every five years 30,000 singers and 10,000 instrumentalists gather on a huge stage area to perform patriotic hymns for a crowd of 150,000. It's a very important event for Estonians. Matti produced a photo of the crowd on the last occasion, proudly pointing out to us where he was in the photo. Margi played a YouTube recording of the Estonian unofficial national anthem "Mu isamaa on minu arm" that is always sung at the end. At Toompea, we left the bus and followed our guide on foot for an interesting 90 minute tour of the upper and lower old towns. We were very glad that we had made the effort to join the tour and we strongly recommend it to others.
      Written 19 May 2015
    • Neddiemo7
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      A must if you are staying in Tallinn for a few days!
      We were staying in Tallinn for 4 days so did the tour right at the start to get a feel of the area. As it was mid week in late March and very cold, we were the only 2 people on the tour with the guide and driver. This might have been uncomfortable, but not at all! We had our own private tour! The lady guide was excellent, very approachable, knowledgable and very funny! The tour itself is really good. Perfect length, very interesting places viewed and if you get a Tallinn Card (which I strongly recommend!) it is a bargain! Very very enjoyable.
      Written 2 May 2015
    • TangoDublin
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      4.0 of 5 bubbles
      Bus at port
      Just a tip for anyone on a cruise stopping at Tallinn. If you don't want to book an expensive coach tour on your ship there is a hop on hop bus that comes right up to where the ferries and cruise ship dock. Its handy for a trip up to the top of the hill and for the old town. It's around 16 Euros and saves a lot of time walking to all the sights. As said before the walk into the old town takes about 20 minutes if your reasonably fit but up to the church and castle is a steep walk after that.
      Written 18 September 2014
    • DebFulmer
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Tallinn Card -- best in the Baltics hands down!
      When you only have a few hours in port, the Tallinn Card is great because it includes the Hop On and Hop Off tour bus. See the city via the HOHO with a narrated tour in your language. And then go back to the venues you would like to see up close and personal using the Tallinn Card for admissions. We even used the inclusive tram system which was easy and convenient. Plus+++ the online Tallinn Card company accepted our online order in advance with perfect email communication about where we could pick up the card. We requested the card to be picked up at the Tourist Information area at the Port and it was ready for pickup upon our arrival. We proceeded directly to the Hop On Hop Off at the same site to begin our journey. It was a great port stop and I only wish we had more time to enjoy more sights. We loved Tallinn! What a stress free experience!
      Written 1 August 2014
    • Amina K
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Super Tour :)
      We visited Tallinn last Saturday: for our sake we found out an excellent Official Sightseeing Tour by Elena Rudyak 👍 :)
      Written 25 June 2014
    • ijallen52
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Best way to start your visit to Tallinn
      We used a Tallinn card to join the official tour which is conducted both by bus around the modern city and on foot in the old city. The lady who took our tour spoke excellent English and was extremely enthusiastic about her home city. This was a great way to get to understand both the city and the Estonian culture - try it!
      Written 3 May 2014
    • Irina V
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Estonia Experience
      Highly recommend this tour company for a memorable day in Tallinn. We used when on Scandinavian tour and the guide, Eva Maria Egipt Peenmaa (also the owner) was knowledgeable, caring, had excellent English and was good with children. She designed a customized itinerary that made the tour lot of fun for kids. Highly recommend Estonia Experience for tour in Tallinn and other ports of call when cruising in Baltic Sea.
      Written 13 July 2013
    • beecroftpam
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      3.0 of 5 bubbles
      This tour suited our needs
      As we arrived in Tallinn at 9.30 am on the ferry from Helsinki and were flying out that night, we decided to return to Helsinki on the 4.30 pm ferry which takes two hours, (boarding 30 minutes before departure), and gave us plenty of time to change clothes and prepare for the long flight to Australia. The Official Tourist bus seemed our best option as the "on/off" bus took longer to cover the highlights and was dearer anyway. The language options are great, our bus load was entirely English speaking with an actual tour guide, not just an audio. There were other busses offering other languages too, German, Italian etc. The tour lasts around 1 1/2 to 2 hours with part of it being on the bus and the rest conducted as a walking tour of the old city.
      Written 29 July 2012
    • 0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Good introduction to Tallinn.
      I took this tour today and was quite impressed. We were picked up from outside our Hotel and taken to the main meeting point at Hotel Viru. Our guide (I think she was called Helena) spoke very good English and she was most informative. The bus part of the tour was about an hour and it was worthwhile to see some areas away from the main centre. The walking part of the tour was excellent and gave a really good insight as to the History of the city without being heavy and dull. Helena pointed out some good places to visit later as well as some recommendations on quaint little places to eat. She was very patient with some of the group who, frankly we're a bit disrespectful, straggling behind what was a nice relaxing paced tour. I chose this tour as it's included in the Tallin Card list of attractions making it free or with a 50% reduction in cost if another tour is also taken. Thank you Helena (I hope) for an excellent tour.
      Written 3 July 2012
    • fiumanka
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      3.0 of 5 bubbles
      Not exciting experience
      The good thing of this tour is that you are pick up from the hotel. But we did not have lucky with our English lady guide. She did hers job without enthusiams. I was in one small english speaking group, and when she first meet me, she asked why i didnot go to the German ? group. She mostly speak about political moments( Russian an so), and less about historical facts. In the old town instead to show us the Russian church and Dome church, she asked us if we want to see theese church inside???. i am not sure if it will be the better choice to see Tallin with hop on hop off city bus tour?
      Written 12 June 2012
    • StuartFromKirkham
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      2.0 of 5 bubbles
      2.5 Hour Bus & Walking Tour? - more like 1:40 minutes
      The tour is described as a 2.5 hour guided bus and walking tour at a cost of 20 euros or free with a Tallinn Card (or -50% if another tour has already been taken). However the duration was significantly less and the quality was poor. The hotel pick-up for the English / German tour was good. We were picked up at the hotel promptly at 10:10 in a mini-bus. The hostess could not speak English but this did not matter as we both could speak German and it was good practice chatting in German. The tour went downhill when we transferred to a coach and an English speaking tour guide at the Sokos hotel. The coach departed at approximately 10:35. We had a single photo stop (5 minutes) at the Tallinn Song Festival Ground before the coach turned around at Pirita and drove back to Toompea hill to start the guided walk. If you do not like taking photos through the (dirty) windows of a moving coach, tough. You will have to come back like I did on public transport. Even if you do not mind, you will still have to come back on public transport to see the Kadriorg Palace and Peter the Great's house as the coach was too big to even get a glimpse of them. On arrival at Toompea, after a short walk to visit to the Orthodox Cathedral (which we had already visited on our own the day before) we regrouped in a souvenir shop. The walk continued to a viewing point for photos before continuing a short way down to the Town Hall square where the tour ended at 12:10. I make it 1:35 (or 2:00 hours if you include the hotel pick up time). The commentary was uninspiring. How could it have been better? Have more than one photo-stop: Pirita Convent should be a must. Use a mini-bus so that Kadriorg Park and Palace etc can be at least seen. (There were only 3 tourists on the large coach.). If the tour is advertised as being a 2.5 hour tour make sure it is.
      Written 6 April 2012
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