Kätlin Senior Tour Guide

Kätlin is an energetic sanguine who enjoys exploring new places and meeting new people. She believes that differences enrich life. Kätlin can stay calm in every situation, but when the time does not demand it she would rather be bubbly.

Right now Kätlin is studying to become a teacher - what an excellent way to pass on her knowledge and cheerful way of life to impressionable youth!

Kätlin also has some fascinating dreams and goals: she wants to one day volunteer in an elephant care in India or become the first female rapper of Estonia.

Tours Kätlin is Doing

What people say about Kätlin

Rated No. 1 Tours in Tallinn by TripAdvisor

" worthwhile historical and scenic tour"

Wonderful guide extremely competent ( a history professor!), and a tour bringing some nice touristic sights, but most of its interest comes from the way it makes you understand the reality of Estonia. today, between Baltic states common history and Russian influence

"Awesome day"

Our guide, Katlin, was super knowledgeable and funny, I had a very pleasant day with her and the group. The tour was also well structured and you get to see lots of beautiful places! Highly recommended!

"An interesting day in Estonia"

Nice landscapes and some post-Soviet abandoned places. The guide tells about the history of Estonia in an interesting way. A good option for people who want to see a piece of Estonia without renting a car. Thanks to Kätlin for the great day!


It was really nice. My guide was so kind. She care about people and let us know lot of historical things. It is good to understand about Estonia. The important thing is the landscape was so beautiful. All the places are nice.

"Urban exploring, castles and shale bings"

Katlin is a proper history teacher who kept us engaged and enthused as we struck east past storks and an elk (yes! -not guaranteed every day). From Narva we looked at Russia, Lenin, twin forts and the huge Krenholm cotton mill. Mining town Kohtla-Jarve, with garden city origins, shale bings and an Armenian restaurant (try the Georgian green lemonade, looks like absinthe), the model soviet Sullimae, which had some nefarious cold war purpose, and a not-entirely-abandoned mining village (some valiant residents still holding out with neat gardens against adjacent abandonment). Tolse Teutonic castle on the seashore and an interesting (yes) cement works started the day's visits. Be prepared for a long and stimulating day rich in recent and ancient memories. Thank you!

"Very informative"

I really wanted to learn about the Soviet occupation and see cities in the interiors of Estonia. It was a fantastic and informative tour. Our tour guide Kat was really good. Gave us ample information about the medieval history of Estonia and later on about the soviet occupation. We visited cities on the border town. Saw old abandoned castles/forts and some refurbished ones. This tour is not everyones cup of tea but if you are interested, I’d highly recommend it.

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