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Pseudo Tours

#39 of 175 Tours in Tallinn
Tallinn, Estonia
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About Pseudo Tours
Pseudo Tours is the pioneer brand of street art tours in Estonia. Our first tour was organized in 2014 in Tartu. The street art tours are based on the experience gained through coordinating street art events and collaborating with the artists, as well as thorough research on the Estonian and international street art scene from 2012 until today. We offer street art tours in Tallinn and Tartu. In Tallinn, we offer a street art tour in one of the most vibrant places, Telliskivi Creative City. In Tartu, we offer 3 street art tours; for tours in Tartu, simply look for us in TripAdvisor under Pseudo Tours. Our guides give these tours for a reason – from admiration for street art & graffiti and from a wish to share knowledge. Our motto: explore - learn - comprehend!
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It's the absolute pioneer street art tour in Tallinn, based on personal experiences with the artists, curating the walls and ending up in many unforgettable (funny) situations, like on the cherry-picker (and getting stuck 10 meters high)!
You definitely want to discover the stories behind the artworks and adventures of the artists in Telliskivi Creative City. It's a former Railway Factory where street art and graffiti can be enjoyed at every step. Photos of the pre-street art era remind us of the time when walls used to be grey...

On the 2-hour tour you will hear the stories of how the paintings appeared, who are the artists who painted them and what stories are hidden behind the artworks. We cannot overlook the cradle of street art – graffiti, and neither can we ignore a bit of history of the former Railway Factory.
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Jose M wrote a review Aug 2021
Barcelona, Spain1 contribution
When visiting Tallin, Telliskivi is the cool neighbouhood,, with plenty of cafes, restaurantes, upgraded old factory buildings and street art. This tour gives you a good overview of all of this, fun, insightful... I would definetely recommend this tour when visiting Tallin
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Anna Mõttus wrote a review Jun 2021
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We visited the new Kalamaja tour. As a person living in Kalamaja, it gave me a whole new perspective of my surroundings. After the tour I'm walking around the neighborhood with my eyes open, looking for new tags and street art in general :) So even as a local I highly recommend going on this tour! The tour guides were highly knowledgeable and lovely and gave us an excellent insight into the world of street art.
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Date of experience: June 2021
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Maria L wrote a review Jun 2021
Kuopio, Finland10 contributions
This review is about the new Kalamaja Uhhaa tour. The word Uhhaa means Mixed Fish Soup and that's what the tour will give you - a bit of local history, fun facts about new and old, with a twist that brings you cool street art with all its symbolism. On this free-form tour with energetic young art lovers as guides, you'll be finding out all the things about Tallinn you didn't even know you could find out! Highly recommended for locals and visitors.
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Date of experience: June 2021
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Heiti K wrote a review Dec 2020
Tartu, Estonia3 contributions2 helpful votes
Loved the insight into the varied and colourful murals, installations and street art pieces that the enthusiastic guide provided over a 2 hour walkabout in Tallinn's Telliskivi Creative City district. It was a close walk from the train station and easy to get to. And with the many eateries, shops and bars in the district, later we could spend more time discovering the other attractions there. The guide was well spoken and provided interesting perspectives on the content, context and origin of the art. Thanks for a great time.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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tiiuvilbrant wrote a review Oct 2020
Tallinn, Estonia11 contributions
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Could Bernt Notke predict in the 15th century, that in the 21st-century people will talk about selfi-death? On the Tallinn’s Psedo tour’s on the Telliskivi area we get the answers. These 1,5 hours were very interesting, funny, and educating time to spend. If you like to see a bit different Tallin, then you have to take this tour ☝️
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Date of experience: October 2020
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