Katrin T Guide

Katrin has turned one of her favourite hobbies into a job! She used to just organize hikes for friends both in Estonia and abroad (the most memorable hike she put together is definitely a bicycle trip in Iran). We seized the chance of putting something someone loves doing into an everyday thing!

After years of different jobs and projects, Katrin has gone back to school just recently, doing a master's degree in linguistics and Estonian language.

Recently, we began to suspect Katrin is a timelord. Besides keeping busy with tours and school, she also has time left over to spend climbing mountains, travelling, reading up about the Balkan countries and parenting three children.

On her tours, be prepared for an insight into the Estonian peoples’ journey from a tribal society to one of the most digitalized places in the world as well as personal memories from the Soviet Times.

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What people say about Katrin T

Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor

"Beautiful and varied your with knowledgeable, passionate guide"

Would definitely recommend if you are visiting Estonia.

"How to have fun from Vienna to Budapest"

Absolutely enjoyable trip, discovering beautiful sites, learning about culture and traditions; I recommend it 100%, for friends or family trips. Our guide made a difference, her knowledge and explanations were outstanding!!

"Highly recommended"

The guide was really good, knowledgeable and a very nice person in general. I had a really lovely, relaxing day of traveling. This tour comes highly recommended.

"great way to travel from Riga to Tallinn or vice versa"

our tour guide was terrific: she was charming, full of information, loved her job, and always smiling and proud

"An excellent tour! "

I had never been to Estonia and knew very little about its history, so this tour was incredibly interesting. The pick-up spot is very conveniently located near the town square, and the mini-bus that was used was very comfortable despite being completely full! The sea cliffs and the waterfall/park were beautiful. The various stops that highlighted the Soviet history of the country were incredible, as well - especially the old Soviet base that had been abandoned in the early 90s. I'm so glad I found this tour online - I really think it was a unique trip that most people who are visiting Tallinn for a short period wouldn't get to experience. I highly recommend!

"From Estonian coast to a Russian history."

The tour is a very good mix of Estonian nature (cliffs) and history (ruins of a monastery) as well as a distant Russian past (Peter the Great) and not so distant (ruins of a Russian air-missile base, an Antonov cargo plane).

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