08:53Tallinn

ALL THREE LINES START FROM VIRU SQUARE (VENUS CLUB). IT IS ALSO END POINT OF ALL THREE LINES.

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Blue Line

The Blue Line, which starts on Viru Square, shows us the most varied aspects of Tallinn. On ancient Toompea Hill we see how the noblemen who ruled Estonia lived hundreds of years ago. In addition to the nice houses of the wealthy noblemen this is also evidenced by the pink castle of the Russian ruler’s governors, which today is the place where the Estonian parliament or the Riigikogu convenes, and the almost 800-year-old castle of the German Order with its Tall Hermann tower. The flag flying on top of the tower tells you who rules Estonia today.

After Toompea, we visit some of the newer residential areas of Tallinn and then reach rustic Rocca al Mare, which is the site of the Open Air Museum. It is an ideal place for a walk – you can see and go into old farm houses in which the forefathers of Estonians lived centuries ago. You can of course hop off our bus at the Open Air Museum and go on a little tour on your own. Enjoy the fresh air and stretch your legs, or visit the museum’s exotic Kolu Pub. A few modern conveniences aside, it looks just like pubs did hundreds of years ago.

The Blue Line takes you from Rocca al Mare to the old fishing village of Kalamaja. It was given a new look in the early 20th century when dozens of houses were built for the people working in the nearby factories. Now, in the early 21st century, Kalamaja has been given a new lease of life – its cosy atmosphere and popular cafes, bars and restaurants have made it a favourite with the bohemian, the young and the carefree.

The Seaplane Harbour built in the former seaplane hangars is one of the pearls of Kalamaja. It has hours of entertainment and discoveries for young and old alike. The architecture of the Seaplane Harbour is unique, as its reinforced concrete solution has not been used anywhere else. This alone makes it worth seeing.

It is certainly a place where we advise you to hop off and look around. You can do so at the Maritime Museum, too, which is located in one of the largest towers on the city wall, called Paks Margareta (‘Fat Margaret’). You can also stay with us and go back to Viru Square, where you can continue exploring Tallinn on the Green Line or the Red Line.