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Private Guide in Tallinn - Ahti

(Member Since 2006) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Tallinn Languages: Estonian, English, Russian

Ahti is a great opportunity to explore Estonia, and various neighboring countries such as Latvia, Finland, Lithuania and Belarus. Our guided tours in Estonia will give you a chance to learn something new about the glorious past of these several countries, and to expand your knowledge in all that concerns their present.

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Private Guide in Tallinn - Andrew

(Member Since 2008) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Tallinn Languages: English

Our company was founded because Andrew felt there was a real lack of quality tours available in Tallinn for travellers who really wanted to get to know what Estonia was all about. There is a tendency for...

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Private Guide in Tallinn - Dmitry

(Member Since 2011) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Tallinn Languages: English, Russian

Hello, dear friends! I work as a professional private guide in Tallin and I really enjoy my work. It is worth noting that I am young, knowledgeable, well-educated and more importantly reliable. You can count on me in any issue related to our tour and the services I provide. I am very flexible, and that's why the private tours of Tallin are better than the commercial common ones.

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Capital: Tallinn
Language: Estonian
Currency: Estonian kroon (EEK)
Calling Code: +372


The Republic of Estonia is located in northern Europe on a peninsula that juts into the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland, sharing southern and eastern mainland borders with Latvia and Russia. Estonia has over 1500 islands and small islets within its territories, although most are only inhabitable by birds and other wildlife. This country’s far northern location on the globe influences the climate of Estonia with extra-long daylight hours in summers that are hot and dry, and long, dark nights in cold, snowy winter. 

The Estonian culture features a rich diversity of traditions that reflect the different societies that have dominated the country at different times in history. Estonian Vikings were the ancient occupants of this region, and modern Estonians demonstrate some of their Viking heritage with Viking ship tours, and an authentic Viking Village along the Pirita river near Tallinn, the country’s capital. Estonia has also been occupied by Swedes, Poles, Germans and Russians at different times in its history, but today they are an independent republic.

Estonia is rich in historical and cultural attractions as well as blessed with an abundance of spectacular natural scenery. This area has also been known for its spa resorts for hundreds of years. Visitors to Estonia can enjoy being pampered in the very lap of luxury as they are massaged with the famous Estonian peat mud, then soak in the healing mineral waters. Besides the spas and resorts, visitors to Estonia enjoy hiking and canoeing in the beautiful Lahemaa National Park, also known for the majestic Palmse, Sagadi and Vahula manors, the Kasmu captains’ village, and an incredible beach at Vosu.

Estonia’s capital city, Tallin, is a great place to immerse yourself in history with a tour of Toompea Castle, now the Estonian Parliament  building, St. Nicholas’Church, and the Estonian Village Open Air Museum. Tallinn is also known for having the world’s first recorded Christmas tree (1441), and their yearly Christmas market is one of the world’s finest, decorated in fairy lights and packed with local artisans and bakers selling buckwheat pillows, gingerbread, marzipan and sea grass animal figurines.

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Private Guide in Tallinn - Olga

(Member Since 2009) Languages: Russian, English, German, Estonian

A multifunctional linguist, skilled in the history and structure of four languages. Committed to working in a fast moving environment, which will provide challenges. Proven excellent written and verbal...

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I want to spend a lot of my time in Estonia outdoors so I am looking to find out when the best time is to enjoy the weather and the environment. What time of the year is mildest weather wise? Are there any outdoor tours or activities that you could recommend me trying during my stay?
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