Excursions and guided tours

Tour of Juminda and Pärispea Peninsula with a virtual guide
The area is about 30–45 minutes from Tallinn (Tallinn–Narva Highway) and includes two peninsulas: Juminda and Pärispea. Here, on the border of Lahemaa, you can see a combination of military history and coastal culture, hiking trails, beautiful forests, waterfalls, bogs, and habitats of ancient...
Tour starting in Tallinn: Jägala Waterfall and Historic Jõelähtme
During the tour, we will visit one of the longest underground rivers in Estonia and a karst area in Kostivere, which is the largest in Estonia. A touch of history is added by the mystical Saha chapel and the oldest stone barrows located at Rebala museum. We will also stop by Jägala waterfall, which...
Guided tour of military history through four eras
During the tour, we will explore impressive historical military objects from four eras in the Harku municipality and Keila-Joa. We will see the four-zone fortifications of Peter the Great’s Naval Fortress which was built before World War I. We will also go to Suurupi where two artillery batteries...
Guided tour in Paldiski and Northern Estonia
Discover Paldiski – one of the most important military bases of the Russian Empire as well as the Soviet Union. Come and see how the city, where the largest nuclear-submarine training centre of the Soviet Union was located, has changed over time. We will also stop at the so-called ’Land of the...
Regular day trips to Prangli island

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...

Guided tour on Neeme Road (Jõelähtme rural municipality)
The tour runs along the 11-kilometre Neeme Road (Ruu–Ihasalu highway). We will hike on nature trails for quite some time. Participants can explore the local natural, historical, and heritage cultural attractions. We will also admire nautiloids that are hundreds of millions of years old, the Jägala...
Discovering Viimsi, the home of coastal folk, on your own
People say that Viimsi is the home of the coastal folk. Just 15 km from the centre of Tallinn, the peninsula is a combination of modern solutions and ancient coastal culture. The most famous attractions are the Museum of Coastal Folk and the lovely seaside Viimsi Open Air Museum. The recommended...
Tallinn City Tour Bus & Top Stops

SEE TALLINN'S SIGHTS BY BUS!If this is your first time in Tallinn or if you're just looking to get to one of its most popular sights quickly and easily, the Tallinn City Tour Bus & Top Stops package is for you! The Bus & Top Stops package includes: when bought in the city or...

Tour of Prangli Island with a virtual tour guide
The virtual tour guide is a kit working with the Google Maps application, which introduces the attractions of Prangli. The kit is perfect for active people who want to discover the island independently. You can either walk on foot or ride a bike to explore. After the order, we will send the...
Estonian Cider Route Tour
The first cider in Estonia was registered in May 2015. Cider was not made in Estonia before that and therefore, the apple orchards are young and the cider-making technologies are still being discovered. In addition to cider, we also make alcohol-free cider and apple lemonade, meaning that the tour...
A trip into the history of the city of Paldiski
The exciting and fascinating history of the city of Paldiski and Pakri Peninsula and the local nature worth discovering offer many surprises: a fortress of Peter the Great, Muula hills, a lighthouse, Amandus Adamson Studio Museum, Leetse manor, St. Nicholaus' church of Paldiski, St. George's church...
Naissaare tour with a virtual travel guide
Naissaar is the largest forest-covered island in northern Estonia in the Gulf of Finland, 10 km north of Tallinn. Over the last 300 years, different powers have established forts on the eastern and western side of the island of Naissaar, and the inhabitants of the fishing villages have therefore...
Soviet era Estonia - missile base in Viimsi, Olympic Centre, TV tower
This tour introduces the heritage of the Soviet era in Tallinn and Viimsi. You will visit former border zones and the ruins of Viimsi missile base. In addition, you stop by the Song Festival Grounds and talk about the Singing Revolution, as well as by the constructions erected in Pirita for the...
Guided tour of Kolga Manor
Kolga Manor is the oldest manor in Estonia that has remained in the same place. During its glory days, its size was that of a small principality. The large park includes ponds with springs. The complex is privately owned and some of the buildings are being used. The guide will show you the rooms...
Viking Village tour
Viking Village gives you a warm welcome! Enjoy the authentic countryside! Once upon a time, there was a man with a deep interest in the life of Vikings, and he wanted to share his ideas with others. Located on an ancient mysterious spot on the lovely banks of the River Pirita, Viking Village was...
Discovering Kõrvemaa, the hiking Mecca of Estonia, on your own
Kõrvemaa is an attractive area for lovers of nature, hiking, and sports. It welcomes guests throughout the year. The area is rich in diverse natural communities, characterised by ‘hills’ or steep eskers from the melting of the continental glaciers, bogs, swamps, bog lakes, and beautiful forests....
Exploring Naissaar Island with a virtual guide
Naissaar is the largest (18 km2) forest-covered island in northern Estonia in the Gulf of Finland, 10 km north of Tallinn. Over the last 300 years, different governments have built forts on the eastern and western side of the island of Naissaar and the inhabitants of the fishing villages have had...