Source: Andrei Kirillov
The exciting and fascinating history of the city of Paldiski and Pakri Peninsula and the local nature worth discovering offer many surprises:
a fortress of Peter the Great, Muula hills, a lighthouse, Amandus Adamson Studio Museum, Leetse manor, St. Nicholaus' church of Paldiski, St. George's church, Paldiski Naval School and the cliffs.
In addition, you can see the rich heritage from the times of being a military campus when civilians were prohibited from entering this town.
The programme can be adjusted to suite your requirements!
Duration: up to 2 hours.
A bus tour: max 55 people
A walking tour: 10–25 people
A tour in Estonian: 45 euros.
A fascinating fact: the area of Paldiski is the second largest in Estonia, second only to Tallinn, covering the peninsula in addition to the city.
St. George Orthodox Church in Paldiski
Pakri tn 2, Paldiski 76806
St. Nicholas’ Church in Paldiski
Mere tn 12, Paldiski 76805
Paldiski railway station main building
Peetri tn 5, Paldiski 76805
Peetri Toll Tavern
Mere tänav 10, Paldiski 76805
Amandus Adamson Studio Museum
Museums & Galleries
Amandus Adamsoni tänav 3, Paldiski 76805
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