Andres Senior Tour Guide

Andres has studied culture theories and theology thus working at Traveller is no surprise. We take pride in being one of the biggest employers of graduates of those fields in Estonia.

He has spent his years gathering a wide array of experiences. He has been a voluntary social worker in Zambia, worked as a tour guide in a museum, and been a mascot for a Finnish alcohol company. Andres says he has picked every fruit agriculture has to offer, mostly in boiling heat in Australia.

Among weirder activities he is proud of he once cosplayed a monk for two weeks and lived in an old monastery (in October and medieval monasteries don’t have radiators) and he once spent two months during winter living in an apartment with 5C. Strangely he seems to somehow be stuck in cold temperatures a lot.

He buys and sells used books and dreams of one day owning a bookshop. At his free time, Andres likes to spend time with his dog named Neighbour or Naaber in Estonian.

Andres is humorous and loves to talk about personal memories and experiences to sights on the tour, these memories are mostly embarrassing. Indulge him.

Tours Andres is Doing

What people say about Andres

Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor

"Excellent!"

Very nice trip, Andres is great and knows a lot to tell about history, the country ... we appreciated a lot!

"Nice tour outside tallinn"

The guide was exelent

"Exceptional tour guide"

A very well organized tour/travel from Riga to Tallin with knowledgable and perfect-english speaking guide. And he drives the van very well, carefully and comfortably. Places visited gave a really good impression of both Latvia and Estonia and the history of both countries.

"A very enjoyable trip"

I really enjoyed this tour. Weather apart (it was raining heavily most of the time) I had the chance to see some spectacular autumn landscapes of rare beauty. We also visited an old town and a small museum - this last one was a bit outdated, but our guide Andres explained lots of interesting facts about Estonian history. I felt like I really learnt something, as I don't normally like the mere passive sightseeing, knowledge is important too! A big thank to Andres who is a great guide and a person who I really enjoyed to talk with.

"A very enjoyable trip"

I really enjoyed this tour. Weather apart (it was raining heavily most of the time) I had the chance to see some spectacular autumn landscapes of rare beauty. We also visited an old town and a small museum - this last one was a bit outdated, but our guide Andres explained lots of interesting facts about Estonian history. I felt like I really learnt something, as I don't normally like the mere passive sightseeing, knowledge is important too! A big thank to Andres who is a great guide and a person who I really enjoyed to talk with.

"Very interesting way to get the know Estonia and Latvia"

Our guide was super fun and interesting. He presented Estonian and Latvian history in really interesting ways and he shared with us many fun facts. It is great that the group can’t have more than 8 participants, this way we were always on time, didn’t get lost or anything. Although the weather wasn’t the best (gray sky and drizzle - but what can you expect in October?), we managed to visit all the places and the gray weather didn’t ruin the impression. Amazing tour, and would like to do more of them between other cities.

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