Kaerajaan Restaurant Chocolate shop by K.Sulõnd Old Town by K. Kübarsepp Ice-Skating by K.D.Loide Cosy medieval atmosphere in Tallinn Wintery Magic in Tallinn Oleviste church by K.Eerik
 

DAY 2. ENJOY WINTER FUN WITH CHOCOLATE MAKING, UNESCO HERITAGE OLD TOWN

Start your sweet and snowy day with a 3-hour guided tour to discover the magical Old Town. You will also visit the Kalev Chocolateria in Rotermann quarter where heavenly handmade chocolate truffles and marzipan figurines are made and can try truffle making yourself.

For lunch guests can take delight of the exciting combination of Estonian traditional and world tastes in Kaerajaan Restaurant that presents design elements and solutions inspired by national patterns and centuries-old limestone walls and proposes a menu based on well-known local materials and recipes, while the dishes are made and served in a modern key.

There is no lack of inspiration for afternoon when our winter travelers can choose from:

-Follow Estonian traditions of wintry fun ice-skating in one of the world’s most romantic and unique ice rink in the captivating medieval atmosphere.

-Discover the intriguing history of marzipan - Tallinn Marzipan Museum displays 200 marzipan figurines, cards and cakes and if you wish, you can observe the art of painting marzipan.

-Explore the magical Master’s Courtyard that enchants with many artistic workshops and galleries to buy Estonian authentic ceramics, ironwork and wool, design jewellery, wood and felt design or taste hot chocolate and tempting chocolate cakes, torts and truffles grafted with great love and care at the romantic Pierre Chocolateria.

For dinner you can choose, according to your taste, one of Tallinn’s best restaurants where the best table will be booked for you.

You can continue the evening in some lovely live music bar or nightclub and to get a glimpse of Tallinn’s cosmopolitan nightlife.