Great way to discover the best what Tallinn has to offer, from the history, culture to traditional food.
Estonian cuisine comes from historical staples like kama (pre-roasted flour mixture) and influences from various occupiers and neighbours like Germany, Russia, Sweden and Finland. On a modern Estonian table you will typically find pork, potatoes, meat soups, delicious dumplings and countless cakes.
We have a love/hate relationship with fish, but at any proper birthday party you will find herring with sour cream. Yum! We are pretty good at making black bread and you should see what we can do with curds. On our tour we will try these snacks together, give you some insights into our food and finish with a local beer in the bar upstairs from our office.
See many important buildings, monuments and attractions like: Kadriorg Palace and Park, Presidential Palace, Laulupidu Song Festival Grounds, Maarjamäe WWII Memorial, Olympic Center, Pirita beach, the seaside promenade and much more.
Our guides are trained, knowledgeable locals with a passion for sharing their city.