Walking tour Legends of Old Tallinn
28.08.2014, 18.30-20.30
Price: 9 €/person

This is a tour containing exciting tales and legends of Estonia’s capital! During the walking tour you will hear exciting tales and legends of Tallinn, both Upper and Lower Town and see haunting houses.You will also see the Toompea Castle at Dome Hill (Toompea), Nevski Cathedral- the symbol of the Tsar’s power in Estonia, the Dome Church from 13th century and enjoy a breathtaking view from a viewing platform.

Price includes:
* English speaking guide according to the programme for 2 hrs.

Tallinn sightseeing tour
30.08.2014, 14.00-17.00
Price: 18 €/person

This combined bus and walking tour introduces Kadriorg Park and the 18th century baroque palace of Peter the Great, Convent of St Bridget in the Pirita suburb and the famous Song Festival Ground.
The walking tour in Old Town 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 continues 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.

Price includes:
* bus transportation for 2 hrs;
* English speaking guide according to the programme for 3 hrs;
* entrance tickets to Dome Church and Alexander Nevski Cathedral.

Rocca-al-Mare Open Air museum
29.08.2014, 14.00-17.00
Price: 33 €/person

This tour is designed for people interested in countryside lifestyle in Estonia. In Estonian Open Air Museum you get a glimpse of true Estonian countryside and village life the way it used to be in the old times. The museum has a collection of 18th and 19th century rural architecture from all over Estonia. Here you will find almost 100 wooden farm buildings, a wooden church, windmills and a tavern, that still works! All this is grouped together like a village so you get an good idea of Estonian peasant life as it was.

Price includes:
* bus transfers to/from Open Air museum;
* Open Air museums English speaking guide for tour in museum area;
* entrance ticket to the Open Air museum.


The pearls of the National Park of Lahemaa
31.08.2014, 10.00-16.00
Price: 57 €/person

This tour takes you through the countryside and coastal lowlands of North Estonia to the National Park of Lahemaa. You will see the untouched nature, beautiful well-restored manors, small fisherman village and taste the genuine Estonian food. You will spend a lovely day out in the country side!

Price includes:
* bus transportation according to the programme;
* English speaking guide according to the programme;
* visits and entrance tickets to Sagadi manor&Forest Museum and Palmse manor
* lunch in local tavern.

Tartu – city of good thoughts – CANCELLED
Price: 162 €/person
Single room supplement: 24 €/person (if not chosen you will be accommodated in a twin room)

Culture-rich and Hanseatic city of Tartu is the capital of Southern Estonia which is known of untouched nature, rivers and deep lakes. Old farmhouses, picturesque villages and pastoral small towns are typical for this part of Estonia. On the way to Tartu we visit Eivere manor and have a nice lunch there. We continue to Tartu which is the second largest city in the country and the oldest in the Baltic States which has great historical heritage. Tartu city sightseeing includes important sights like the Angels’s and Devil`s Bridges, Toome Hill and Jaani (St John’s) church with its almost 1000 terracotta sculptures survived until today. Dinner and accommodation in Tartu. Morning at leisure for exploring the city or for shopping. After lunch departure to Tallinn.

Price includes:
* bus transportation according to the itinerary for 2 days;
* English speaking guide services according to the programme;
* accommodation in twin rooms with breakfast at 3* hotel;
* 2 lunches;
* entrance tickets to Jaani Church with viewing platform.

St. Petersburg (NB! Please note that you require a visa to enter the Russian Federation! Please see here to find the diplomatic mission of Russia closest to you.) – CANCELLED
Price: 332 €/person
Single room supplement: 63 €/person (if not chosen you will be accommodated in a twin room)

The tour to St Petersburg will begin with the drive along the Estonian North coast while you hear stories about the life in Eastern part of the country. You will see magnificent Narva castle before acrossing the border. St.Petersburg sightseeing tour will take place in the next morning, where you will see embankments, where every building is a work of art, to the Palace Square with the magnificent Winter Palace, to St Isaac’s Cathedral, one of the largest in the world; you will see many famous monuments and numerous palaces designed by renowned architects – St Peter and Paul’s Fortress, Nevsky prospect, St Basil’s Island, the famous Bronze Horseman, Smolny, and the city’s other highlights. The tour includes entrances to St Peter and Paul’s Fortress and Hermitage museum.

Price includes:
* bus transportation according to the itinerary for 3 days;
* English speaking guide services according to the programme (Estonian guide until Narva, local guide in St. Petersburg);
* accommodation in twin rooms with breakfast at 3* hotel;
* obligatory registration fee at the hotel & parking for coach;
* 3 lunches (St. Petersburg + Narva);
* entrance tickets to St. Peter & Paul Fortress & Hermitage.


Tour bookings should be made through the online registration form or via e-mail to the Conference Secretariat:
The deadline for bookings is August 11, 2014.

NB! Please note that all tours have a minimal number of participants and must unfortunately be cancelled if this number is not reached. The cancellation information will be sent via e-mail by August 11 and the fee will be refunded after the conference.


All changes and cancellations must be submitted in writing to the Conference Secretariat:
The Conference Secretariat will confirm the cancellation in writing.
The deadline for cancellations is August 11, 2014.
All refunds will be processed after the conference.