Just one of Estonia's many islands, Prangli is Tallinn's closest inhabited island. With unparalleled natural scenery and lovely sandy beaches, it has a maritime culture that dates back to the 13th century.
Possible to visit as a day trip excursion, the trip to Prangli island includes a visit to Prangli's museum and church, information on the islands role as a former border zone, and an opportunity to enjoy lunch at a cosy seaside restaurant.
Available in English or Estonian, the trip starts in the Tallinn City Centre every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and lasts for approximately 9–9.5 hours.
Interested groups are encouraged to contact the excursion company at any time.
Prangli island is quite small (around 130 inhabitants living in 3 small villages), but it makes the island charming. It's a great place to spend one or two days: hiking around the island and along...
We went with my husband to Prangli Island by using Pangli Travel. It was good organised day. There was enough to do all the day. Excursion was by truck around the island. Seating was in a boxcar. It...
We had an excellent half day tour visiting a variety of places related to the sad days when Estonia was occupied by the Soviet Union - including an abandoned airbase, the television tower, the...
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