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FLOWER FESTIVAL IN ST. PETERSBURG

08 June 2022

From 9 to 11 June, St. Petersburg will host the International Flower Festival. The colorful event will be dedicated to the 350th anniversary of the birth of Peter I, the founder of the city. In the very center of the Northern capital, the best florists from different cities of Russia (St. Petersburg, Moscow, Kazan, Novosibirsk and others) will present their works.

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1-day programs. Tallinn visit full day



Included: Panoramic excursion around the historic center, visit to the Pirita Convent, Kadriorg Park and Tallinn Song Festival Grounds.


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DAY 1. TALLINN

     

Meeting with the local guide at the hall of the maritime port terminal of Tallinn.


Panoramic visit around the historic center of the city where we will see such places of interest as the famous towers of Tall Hermann and Fat Margarete, as well as the Town Hall Square and St Olaf and St Nicholas churches.


Toompea Hill is where you will find a great number of historical monuments: Alexander Nevsky Orthodox cathedral and the Lutheran Dome church of Toomkirik dated 1233; the Estonian Parliament situated in Toompea Castle; and the Kiek-in-de-Kok, a tower museum built in 1475.


Transfer and visit to the Pirita Convent, Kadriorg park and Tallinn Song Festival Grounds.


The Pirita convent was built by the Tallinn merchants in 1407. This is the typical example of Late Gothic church-monastery in Estonia. It was destroyed in the second half of the 16th century during the Livonian wars. Currently there are only foot, the 35-meter-high granite portico, and the side walls of what was the old church. After the destruction, the convent was abandoned and was not rebuilt. In the 17th century, at the doors of the church, farmers in the area began to bury their dead, creating a small cemetery.


Tallinn Song Festival Grounds is an amphitheater, built in 1960 by architect Alar Kotli. As it is built next to the Baltic coast, from the upper area you can enjoy magnificent sea views. This is where the Estonian Song Festival takes place, which brings together more than a third of the country's population.


Return to the cruise ship.

 

NB The order of the visits is subject to change according to the museum work hours.


Prices in US DOLLARS, per person, including commission for tour operators:

Number of pax 1 pax 2 pax 3 pax 4 pax 5 pax 6 pax 7 pax 8 pax 9 pax 10 pax
Tour price, p.p. 670 $ 335 $ 225 $ 175 $ 140 $ 135 $ 115 $ 100 $ 90 $ 80 $

*** Note: Prices go up 20% if the tour takes place on Sundays or holidays, as well as any day after 20:00.


Price includes:

- meeting at the port terminal

- English-speaking guide

- transport with a/c

- entrance tickets: Pirita Monastery


The final program and cost might suffer changes due to sanitary requirements and protocols that will apply at the time of your guests' arrival in Estonia (such as: group size restrictions on museum visits and transportation, restrictions on restaurants’ operations etc.).