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For a few Euro you can climb up a steep metal staircase to reach the top of the city walls. You can walk a few metres in each direction and look down on the people in the road below but see little else.
This is one of the ways to see the old town from up above by walking along part of the town wall. For a few euros you get to climb the tower, see some medieval exhibits and walk on a strech of planks. It's free...More
I'm a fan of castles, but this attraction is not very interesting. If you look at the galleries along the wall from below, you get a good view of them. The view from the galleries is less impressive. The town has grown up and changed....More
It is a few euro to climb to the top of the tower for a view. It is much better value to climb up the tower in St Mary's Church as it has a better view. The wall is filled mostly with people sketching the...More
For us, it isn't necessary to go up to the tower. The fee isn't cheap and it isn't that worth. Just seeing the tower outside would be fine for us already. I would prefer to spend time and money on other things in tallinn.
There are several walkway tours in Tallinn which i'm going to review them separately but by far this is the best one, not because of the view but it's the most preserved and you can take nice shot on the walkway! if you do this...More
Apparently the tower flanks the only portion of the erstwhile old town walls still preserved and hence allowed for tourist sighting. If you are expecting panoramic views of the old town from its top, then it really has nothing much to offer. The wall deck...More