Estonia is many things. It's much more than just Tallinn. It's clean and calm - it's easy to find peace and quiet here. Half of the country is covered with forests, about 20% with national parks. It has rich history and culture scene. The distances are relatively short - you can easily switch between city and nature experiences. It's safe and easy to reach.Get more inspiration from visitestonia.com
Going on a private tour gives you a much more personal experience and flexibility than joining a public tour. It's all about You and the destination - a luxury that You learn to appreciate. The private day-trips in Estonia can be tailored according to your preferences and interests. You don't have to wait after the rest of the group and you might even go where your peers have not gone before. You'll be well looked after and cared for. We are a team of industry veterans having years of experience in destination marketing and tourism development in Estonia.Book Tour Now
We have put together some tours for You to choose from. There is some serious work put into those so that you can relax and enjoy Estonia. All of them are equally interesting so You just have to choose. But if You look for something more adventurous or have some special hobbies or interests then choose our Wild Card tour. That can be customized and made up as we go along (or before).Book Tour Now
The main draws for western Estonia are the Paldiski area, Noarootsi Peninsula and resort town of Haapsalu boasting cute wooden architecture and oodles of summer concerts and outdoor terraces..Read More...
The main draws for north-eastern Estonia are the towns of Narva and Narva-Jõesuu on the border to Russia and industrial landscapes mixed with the newest national park in Estonia.Read More...
The main draws for northern Estonia are the Lahemaa National Park and Kõrvemaa Nature Reserve which are both located close to Tallinn.Read More...
Southern parts of Estonia are also a home to many traditional communities, such as Setos and Old Believers. Here you will find Tartu, the oldest town in the Baltics.Read More...
Estonia has over 2000 islands and islets, so there is a lot to choose from. Estonia’s many islands offer an enormous amount of charm and ancient history.Read More...
Welcome to our Wild Card Tour. That’s your “anything-can-happen-day” where everything is possible and depends on the choices you make along the way.Read More...
Estonia is small in area but big in climate, geography, traditions and culture. It’s the land of contrast where every corner offers a totally different experience. Add to this the natural splendour - crystalline and frosty in January, warm and sleepy in July, and in October, clad in the golden brocade of falling leaves - and you get a picture of a truly varied place with near limitless opportunities for adventure. If you are looking for inspiration, there’s something exciting in the air in Estonia that makes new ideas germinate.
Tallinn, the capital city of Estonia, is an ideal destination if you are looking for a combination of modern comforts, a thriving culinary scene and a vibrant cultural landscape in a truly unique, historical setting: the renowned Old Town is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Each of Tallinn’s neighbourhoods has its own personality and allure, from the medieval Old Town to imperial Kadriorg, bohemian Kalamaja and the sleek and trendy city centre. This fascinating mix of the old and traditional, the new and high-tech, pure sea air and easy access to nature is sure to enchant and surprise you!
Our guide was thoughtful and helpful from his very first email response to me. We ended up spending a great day starting at Vabamu museum in Tallinn, exploring the gorgeous capital, going out to some nearby bogs and a delicious local restaurant, and returning to Tallinn for an Arvo Pärt classical music concert. He was passionate about informing visitors of his country's beauty and rich cultural heritage. Although I'd just met him, I felt comfortable with him quickly. He's engaging, witty, knowledgeable, and considerate. I'm planning a return trip to see much more of the country based on what I learned from him. --- Elsa from New York, USA.
My guide was a kind man! He gave me a ride and showed me beautiful bog, falls, sea, etc. Thanks to him, I was able to discover not only Tallinn but olso peripheral area. I was really lucky to see him! --- Katsuya from Saku, Nagano Prefecture, Japan
He was a great tour guide and amazing human being. Very generous of his time and local knowledge of Estonia. He brought us to a daytrip in Narva - a city by the border of Estonia and Russia. About 2.5 hours away from Tallinn. We had a wonderful time sightseeing, exploring the museums and walking around. Thank you so much again! --- Allan from Tagbilaran, Central Visayas, Philippines
Our guide took us out for the day to explore Lahemaa national park, where we got to see some bogs and see just enough nature for us city folk. He also took us to a few manor houses, to a tavern to recharge with some food, and showed us a bit of Tallinn too. If you're lucky enough to have him, then you should definitely take him up on it. --- Maria from Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Our guide was a great person. I was very lucky to meet him when I was visiting Estonia. He offered me to join him on a half day trip to a National park and surroundings - beautiful landscapes of forests, bogs and Baltic sea coast. He also showed me a lighthouse, the one I wanted to see, and took me to a local wine tasting event. I have spent really great time with him that day. He is a knowledgeable person, very interesting to talk to. He knows a lot about his country and his city and gladly share his knowledge with travellers. He is also a very thoughtful and helpful person. Thank you very much! --- Volha from Köln, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
He was a nice and friendly guy. He is definitely the guy you're looking for if you would like to visit more than just the Old Town in Tallinn. He introduced some landmarks which you definitely had not been there before, prepared some brochures for you to read and learn about Estonia and also a little gift. He drove me to several places outside Tallinn such as Jägala Waterfall, Lahemaa National Park, Sagadi mõis and also an abandoned submarine base. We had Estonian Cuisines at Viitna Kõrts (roadside tavern) such as crispy black bread with garlic dipping sauce, dried blood-mixed dumplings, fried herring fillets with "Mulgipuder" potato porridge and cottage cheese as well as kamajook which is a traditional drink karma with keefir. Thank you for the wonderful day spent! --- Guan from Singapore
He took me to Lahemaa national park just outside of Tallinn. A great day trip if you did the old town already! He drove me to several interesting places. Nature, historical sites and even a abandoned Russian submarine base! He is a very nice and calm person. Is able to tell you all about Estonia and even gave me a reflector (mandatory at night in Estonia!). As well he introduced me to the Estonian Cuisine (a must eat)! Keep on promoting this little gem in the Baltic! I loved it! --- Michel from Epsom, Auckland, New Zealand
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