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Hi there,
we are travelling to the Baltic area in June and I was wondering has anyone ever independently used the Red Sightseeing buses that operate in Tallinn and Copenhagen.We have used them in other countries and found them an excellent way to see a lot more than using a ship exchursion.Also if you have used this service is there a boarding stop near to the ship terminals? Thankyou in advance for any replies.
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Comment by , Cardiff (28 Mar 12 19:53) about a QUESTION by Williamson (28 Mar 12 11:11)
didn't see an open top bus in Talin, but easy to walk. Copenhagen. Did the open top bus (stop near the port) in the morning, then walked to all the places in the afternoon after havin lunch on the ship.
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Comment by , Wells (28 Mar 12 16:36) about a QUESTION by Williamson (28 Mar 12 11:11)
Last year in Copenhagen, we did the Red Bus tour am. and then pm. caught the tourist boat by the little Mermaid. Takes you around parts you never see from the road. Got off in the centre and later caught the boat back. An excellent round trip.
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Comment by , Bristol (28 Mar 12 15:46) about a QUESTION by Williamson (28 Mar 12 11:11)
Tallinn is very easy to walk around and a bus wouldn't be able to get into all the narrow streets anyway. You don't need an excursion for this port.
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Comment by , Walton-on-Thames (28 Mar 12 11:47) about a QUESTION by Williamson (28 Mar 12 11:11)
Tallinn is a place to walk around, not do a bus tour. See http://www.brentjes.com/tallinnwalk.html for a good walking tour. Copenhagen - I saw the bus picking up by the ship, though we also did this city on foot, with a taxi back from the furthest point, Tivoli Gardens.
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Comment by , Bishop Auckland (28 Mar 12 21:35) about a COMMENT by Rae (28 Mar 12 11:47)
there is a HOHO bus for Tallinn but by the time you've walked the long pier from ship to buses you are almost at the old town! also it cannot take you around the most interesting part
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