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School spring break with Tallinn Card14.03.2012
As Estonian school spring break is upon us again, why not make the most of the local activities and offers. Discover the city's fascinating museums, participate in excursions and do lots of fun stuff.
The ever handy Tallinn Card is there to help you share these terrific activities large and small.
Tallinn Card is a city card which makes discovering the city; easy, comfortable and memorable, saving you time and money. With Tallinn Card you get free entrance to most Tallinn’s museums and sightseeing spot, free public transportation, free or discount excursions and special offers at entertainment establishments, cafés, restaurants or handicraft shops. Tallinn Card lets you spend time in a way that is both interesting and educational, helping you tailor you trip according to your personal interests.
For example, you might start your day out with a trip on one of the city's red double-decked excursion buses, which have three different routes. It's a chance to discover both old and new Tallinn.
Next on the agenda may be the many different museums which are just waiting to be explored.
The Estonian History Museum gives a good local overview of Estonian.
The secret underground Bastion Tunnels have plenty of excitement to offer the visitors. It's a journey from the city’s past into its future. On returning to the surface it's worth discovering Tallinn's martial history in the defence tower Kiek in the Kök.
Fans of the doll art can marvel the special original dolls in the interactive NUKU museum.
The AHHAA Science Centre invites curious visitors to a forest-themed display and to look at Estonia's oldest ice cream maker.
To guarantee a pleasant end to the day, you can choose free skating at Harju street ice rink or bowling together with friends at Kuulsaal. Or you can choose maybe both?
Why not hit the town at night at one of Tallinn's many nightspots.
The varieties of choices for excursions, museums and leisure activities are brought to you on our home page www.tallinncard.ee.
If you don't get the chance to head out to Tallinn this forthcoming school break, the city offers exciting discoveries also in the summer time. Then the Seaplane Harbour and Tallinn TV Tower are keenly expecting visitors.
For those spending the day locally in Tallinn in all the above mentioned places the best option is the 24 hour Tallinn Card. For those whose principle interest is museums the best option is the 6 hour Tallinn Card (free entry for museums, free for sightseeing spots, free public transport, excursions and entertainment are not covered by this card).
Tallinn Card prices 2012:
6 h 24 h 48 h 72 h
Adult 12 EUR 24 EUR 32 EUR 40 EUR
Child (7-14 a) 6 EUR 12 EUR 16 EUR 20 EUR