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

Rated No. 1 Tours in Tallinn by TripAdvisor

"I'm so happy I did this!"

I never thought I could be so funny to go hiking with eight strangers from different countries. But I had an awesome day!! Andres was an amazing guide, told us a lot about everything and knew answers to nearly every question. We visited nearly everything I had on my personal list of places I wanted to see and I couldn't be happier about it. The lunch was really tasty too and I could also choose a vegetarian one which I really preferred because I don't like fish. There was plenty of time to discover every place we visited and when it was over after nine hours I felt like we just had started. I would definitely recommend and do it again!

"A lovely day seeing more of Estonia"

The day was super-easy, relaxed and enjoyable. Our tour guide Andres was really informative and enthusiastic, and the day was well-organised and professional. Really recommend this company if you want to get out and about and see a bit more of this wonderful country!

"Tallin to Riga"

Excellent tour. Guide was great. Very knowledgable and funny. He gave us a better understanding of the history of the countries and their cultures. Lunch was excellent.Tour ran on time. Would recommend.

"A must for anyone who can"

What an incredibly enriching experience! Estonia is so much more than Tallinn, as this tour so expertly and entertainingly shows. We were graced with some good weather but I would have enjoyed this trip even in the pouring rain. We got to see Estonia’s tallest waterfall (I won’t spoil the height, but keep in mind that any waterfall is a miracle in the flat Baltics), the miraculous and ancient bogs, restored and unrestored manor houses, and some amazing coastal villages that shed light on life outside of the city both past and present. All was supplemented by the riveting and impossibly vast knowledge of Andres, whose expertise made this trip particularly special. I plan to return to Estonia to be able to experience more of these trips and see what else this magical country has to offer!

"Fun and informative "

The guide was knowledgeable on the history of Tallinn and Riga. Information was delivered in a funny relaxed manner. The day was incredible. Good mix of sights seen on the way. Highly recommend.

"See the diversity and beauty of Estonia!"

I had an absolutely amazing time on this tour! Booking was incredibly easy, then we headed out in a large and comfortable van. The group was small so our guide easily customized it to some of our interests. Having a guide for the abandoned Soviet sites is necessary - there is so much to see. Andres also knew the best spots to see the underwater prison from! I really highly recommend this tour to anyone with an interest in the Cold War, as well as a desire to see the ocean.

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