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TOUR 1 Rotary: Jõelähtme Golf, Tallinn, Rocca al Mare Day 1 Bus ...

TOUR 1 Rotary: Jõelähtme Golf, Tallinn, Rocca al Mare

Day 1

Bus pick up you to take you to play golf in Jõelähtme Golf ( 18-hole )

www.egcc.ee

After golf back to Tallinn and dinner at the restaurant in the Old Town!

Day 2

Walking tour in the old town starting from the hotel.

The 1½-2 hour walking tour goes through the two sharply contrasting parts of

the old town: the Lower Town, once a free trading town and member of the

Hanseatic League with its guild houses, warehouses, a unique Gothic Town

Hall, dwellings of prosperous merchants, and churches with charming slender

towers; and Toompea or the Upper Town, the seat of German landlords, and

their houses from the 18th-19th centuries.

We also visit the biggest churches: the Alexander Nevski cathedral, an active

Russian orthodox church built just over 100 years ago, and the Dome church,

the church of the local German nobility for centuries, which contains a valuable

collection of their family coats of arms. The church itself is one of the oldest in

Estonia and is built in the Gothic style. From the viewing platform you can see a

panoramic view of not only the old town but also the rest of the city.

Lunch in the restaurant at the Old Town.

After lunchtime visit the open air museum Rocca al Mare.


The museum is located 6 km from the city centre of Tallinn. After 20 minute drive we

begin a walking tour through the beautiful forested area on the coast where authentic

examples of 18th and 19th century rural architecture (such as farmhouses, country pubs,

windmills, chapels) are displayed together complete with furniture and household

appliances.

Overnight in Tallinn

Package price:

Grp 10 - 14 persons 3352 EEK/ 215 EUR per person

Grp 15 - 20 persons 3058 EEK/ 196 EUR per person

Price includes: Green fee, entrance fee to Roccal al Mare open air museum, English sp

guide day 2 as per programme, coach as per programme, 1 lunch, 1 dinner

Package price is subject to change before reservation confirmation

Reservations are welcomed until 01. June 2010; reservations and additional information:

Ms: Merle Kopli tel 6266 243 merleko@estravel.ee

TOUR 2 Rotary: Lahemaa, Tallinn, Rocca al Mare

Day 1

A FULL DAY TRIP TO LAHEMAA

NATIONAL PARK.

This is your opportunity to learn Estonian

exciting cultural history and unique nature.

We invite you to discover LAHEMAA nature

preserve situated at the Gulf of Finland

50 km east of Tallinn.

The history of the park goes back to 800

BC - ancient burial barrows of the local

fenno-ugric tribes have been founded at

JOELAHTME.

We will visit beautiful manor houses of

German landlord families dating back to

the

18th centuries. Both PALMSE and SAGADI manors with parks, greenhouses, stables

etc. have been furnitured and decorated in the style of 1820th.

Besides learning about Baltic baron's lifestyle, we will get the idea about Estonians

rural life in the past centuries. Fishermen's villages there are more tan 500 years old.

At ALTJA tavern we have traditional Estonian peasant's lunch.

At the idyllic captain's village of KÄSMU we introduce you to Estonian seafaring

past. The most attractive part of Lahemaa is indeed the nature - bays, forests, bogs,

limestone cliff and huge boulders. The park's fauna and flora are rich as well.

The tour takes 6 hours.

Back to Tallinn


Day 2

Walking tour in the old town of Tallinn starting from the hotel.

The 1½-2 hour walking tour goes through the two sharply contrasting parts of

the old town: the Lower Town, once a free trading town and member of the

Hanseatic League with its guild houses, warehouses, a unique Gothic Town

Hall, dwellings of prosperous merchants, and churches with charming slender

towers; and Toompea or the Upper Town, the seat of German landlords, and

their houses from the 18th-19th centuries.

We also visit the biggest churches: the Alexander Nevski cathedral, an active

Russian orthodox church built just over 100 years ago, and the Dome church,

the church of the local German nobility for centuries, which contains a valuable

collection of their family coats of arms. The church itself is one of the oldest in

Estonia and is built in the Gothic style. From the viewing platform you can see a

panoramic view of not only the old town but also the rest of the city.

Free time for lunch.

After lunchtime visit the open air museum Rocca al Mare.The museum is located 6

km from the city centre of Tallinn. After 20 minute drive we begin a walking tour through

the beautiful forested area on the coast where authentic examples of 18th and 19th

century rural architecture (such as farmhouses, country pubs, windmills, chapels) are

displayed together complete wuth furniture and household

appliances.

Package price:

Grp 10 - 14 persons 1806 EEK/ 115 EUR per person

Grp 15 - 20 persons 1469 EEK/ 94 EUR per person

Price includes: 1 lunch in Lahemaa, entrance fees to Palmse and Sagadi Manors + Rocca

al Mare open air museum.

English sp guide both days as per programme, coach as per programme.

Package price is subject to change before reservation confirmation.

Reservations are welcomed until 01. June 2010; reservations and additional information:

Ms: Merle Kopli tel 6266 243 merleko@estravel.ee


Tour 3 Rotary: Niitvälja Golf and Tallinn

Day 1

Bus pick up you to take you to play golf in Niitvälja Golf ( 18-hole )

Green fee includes usage of trollery, locker, sauna and towel

www.egk-golf.ee

After golf back to Tallinn

Day 2

Walking tour in the old town starting from the hotel.

The 1½-2 hour walking tour goes through the two sharply contrasting parts of

the old town: the Lower Town, once a free trading town and member of the

Hanseatic League with its guild houses, warehouses, a unique Gothic Town

Hall, dwellings of prosperous merchants, and churches with charming slender

towers; and Toompea or the Upper Town, the seat of German landlords, and

their houses from the 18th-19th centuries.

We also visit the biggest churches: the Alexander Nevski cathedral, an active

Russian orthodox church built just over 100 years ago, and the Dome church,

the church of the local German nobility for centuries, which contains a valuable

collection of their family coats of arms. The church itself is one of the oldest in

Estonia and is built in the Gothic style. From the viewing platform you can see a

panoramic view of not only the old town but also the rest of the city.

Lunch at the restaurant in the Old Town


After lunchtime visit the open air museum Rocca al Mare.The museum is located 6

km from the city centre of Tallinn. After 20 minute drive we begin a walking tour through

the beautiful forested area on the coast where authentic examples of 18th and 19th

century rural architecture (such as farmhouses, country pubs, windmills, chapels) are

displayed together complete wuth furniture and household

appliances.

Package price:

Grp 10 - 14 persons 2783 EEK/ 178 EUR per person

Grp 15 - 20 persons 2543 EEK/ 162 EUR per person

Price includes: Green fee, entrance fee to Roccal al Mare open air museum, English sp

guide day 2 as per programme, coach as per programme, 1 lunch,

Package price is subject to change before reservation confirmation.

Reservations are welcomed until 01. June 2010; reservations and additional information:

Ms: Merle Kopli tel 6266 243 merleko@estravel.ee

Tour 4 Rotary: Tartu, Tallinn

Day 1

A Full Day Tour To Tartu.

The oldest city of Estonia TARTU, first mentioned in 1030, is situated 186 km for

south of Tallinn. 'The Athena of Emajoe river' is our university city since 1632, after

the Swedish king Gustav II Adolphus founded Alma Mater there. In the impressive

ruins of the former DOME church at the site of ancient Estonian's stronghold Tarbatu

and latter bishop's castle is situated a museum of university's history.

Architecturally is Tartu like a opposite to Tallinn medieval gothic old town

representing pure classicist forms.

During the city tour we have a short walk on Toomemäe and visit the main building

of the university or the it's historical museum in the Dome ruins. After the lunch at the

restaurant Püssirohukelder, former gunpowder cellar of 18th century back to Tallinn.

The tour takes 9 hours.


Day 2

Traditional combined sightseeing (3 hours) in TALLINN

This tour includes both a bus/ car tour and a walking tour in the old town. Each part

would take about 1,5 hours.

As the old town has been devided into two parts - one on the hill, the Upper Town or

Toompea and the Lower town and the area is large, we visit only some main spots.

What are we going to see ?

Toompea - the seat of German landlords still preserves their former houses from the

18/19th centuries. We also visit main cathedrals: Alexander Nevski is an active Russian

orthodox church built 100 years ago. The Dome has been at the disposial of the local

German nobilities' congregation for centuries and preserves a valuable collection of their

families coat of arms. The church itself is one fo the oldest in Estonia and represents

Gothic style. From the observation platform openes great view to the whole city. The

centre of the Lower Town is at Town Hall Square, former market place. The magistrate's

house dates back to the 1404. Several medieval dwellings belonged once to local

Hanseatic merchants and artisans have also been preserved nearby.

The bus/ car tour takes us to the Kadriorg-park laid off by Peter the Great in 1718. Once

a beautiful Baroque park it houses our presidential residence now which we could see

only while driving by van or car, not by coatch. There is situated Song Festival Stage in

the park as well.

This huge outdoor spot has been the venue of Estonians main national festivities since

the 19th century.

Our last stop will be at Pirita marina. Tallinn hosted there the Olympic Sailing Regatta

in 1980, here are situated our beaches. Huge ruins of the St.Brigitte's convent are still

standing in the centre of this lovely residential area. Next door the new convent opened

in 2001 for 15 nuns. Nearby at the Forest Cemetery were buried most outstanding

Estonians Since 1930thies. Here are resting Estonian first president Konstantin Päts and

our first lady-poet Lydia Koidula.

While returning back to the downtown we take the road along the bay and once again

there is the famous skyline of Tallinn with it's medieval church spires at our sight.

Lunch at the restaurant in Old Town

Package price:

Grp 10 - 14 persons 2984 EEK/ 191 EUR per person

Grp 15 - 20 persons 2450 EEK/ 157 EUR per person

Price includes: 1 lunch in Tartu, 1 lunch and 1 dinner in Tallinn, entrance fees as per

program,

English sp guide as per program, coach as per program.

Package price is subject to change before reservation confirmation

Reservations are welcomed until 01. June 2010; reservations and additional information:

Ms: Merle Kopli tel 6266 243 merleko@estravel.ee

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