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trip around Estonia

Come and join us to discover the magic of Estonia.

We have been working together with a tourism company, MainorTravel, to offer you the most unforgettable trips across the country!

7th of March - 9th of March

Day 1 in Tallinn

On the first day, you will have a chance to get to know Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. Get ready to hear legends about our UNESCO World Heritage Old Town from your tour guide while making your way through the city. The narrow streets of Tallinn Old Town are filled with stories about devils, Black Barons, monks, (allegedly) haunted buildings and many others!

After exploring the city we have many recommendations for restaurants where you can enjoy good food and delicious drinks with your friends, while relaxing from the week of GA.

For the bravest of all, there is a chance to channel your inner David Beckham and enjoy an unforgettable experience of Iglu sauna and an icy dip in the Baltic Sea for an extra fee. 

But that’s not all! After the first day in Tallinn you can choose between two amazing routes that will show you even more of Estonian culture, tell you more about our history, and offer amazing activities.


Day 2 has two options

Pick the one for your taste


Narva direction


Tartu direction

Narva direction

Pack your warmest clothes and boots (no… a hoodie is not warm enough), because the next destination will be a bog! During the hike, there will be beautiful views all around you accompanied by stories about the amazing nature around you. All that will be sure to make you hungry, so the next stop is lunch in Rakvere.

The main destination of the trip will be Narva, a melting pot of Estonian and Russian cultures. The city, previously known as The Nordic Capital of Baroque, is now a combination of Soviet-era architecture, built after the Second World War, and modern architecture.

After the guided tour of the Kreenholm area and Narva Castle, you will have a chance to discover the city more on your own and have dinner.

Tartu direction

Tartu, the second largest city in Estonia, is home to one of Northern Europe’s oldest universities! You will be taken on a journey through the city and its history.


The biggest museum in the country, the Estonian National Museum, invites you to discover the customs and culture of Estonians throughout time.


The University of Tartu Museum that has been built into a 13th century cathedral will show you the history of science from the 17th century to the present day.


Lunch will be at the bohemian district, Aparaaditehas, before heading to the Printing and Paper Arts Centre TYPA to make postcards from scratch to remember your trip forever! 


Photo by: Sergei Gussev

Day 3

On the night of 8th of March you will once again arrive in Tallinn for your last night - stay in or go out, the choice is yours! In the morning breakfast is included and after that we will be sad to say our goodbyes to you all.


The price for postGA is 195 €/per person. Package includes all the things listed above (guided tours, tourist buses, a certified English-speaking tour guide, entrances to the attractions/museums mentioned in the plan and lunch on the day tour). It also includes 2 nights' accommodation with breakfast and unlimited Wi-Fi access in a superior-class triple room at the Go Shnelli Hotel in Tallinn.

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