Medieval and modern weekend in Tallinn

Day 1
Arrival to Tallinn.
The walking tour gives an introduction to the historical heart of Tallinn, which especially during the 15th century was a rich and prosperous town of Hansa merchants'. Tour starts from the Dome Hill (Toompea), from Castle Square where Toompea Castle, the seat of the Estonian Parliament is facing the 19th century symbol of the Tsar's power in Estonia, Alexander Nevski Cathedral. After visiting the Dome Church (13th century) and enjoying a breathtaking view from a viewing platform, the tour continues by strolling along the narrow cobblestone streets down to the Town Hall Square that features the gothic Town Hall from 13/14th century - one of the oldest in Northern Europe.

Day 2
Full day tour to Saarema -
the largest Estonian island famous for it's history and nature. Kuressare castle is one of the oldest castles in the area. Tour includes: Ferry to Kuivastu/ Muhu island, Visit of Padaste Manor House, Koguva Museum Village, Kuressaare castle, Angla Windmills,  and Karja church.
Overnight in Tallinn.

Day 3
The Kumu (Kunsti Musem) Art Museum is a modern multifunctional art building, which contains exhibition halls, a lecture hall offering diverse facilities, and an educational centre.  The rooms of permanent exhibition are filled with the early classics of Estonian art from the 18th century to the end of the Second World War and to the present day.