Riga–Tallinn Sightseeing Tour Bus

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Turn the boring Riga to Tallinn journey into a memorable experience! Explore the very best of the North-Latvian and South-Estonian countryside on a fun-filled, small-group road trip.

Duration: 12 hours
    Available in
  • Estonian,
  • English,
  • Russian
This was an AMAZING trip. Our guide, Laura was entertaining, fun & very knowledgeable. She was a good sport and flexible to accommodate the needs of our group. We so enjoyed our time with her. Each stop was something unique and different - well off the beaten path. We highly recommend this trip to anyone traveling between Riga & Tallinn.
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Highlights

  • Spend a fun day discovering the Latvian and Estonian countryside
  • Climb the Soviet-era bobsleigh track in Sigulda
  • Discover the medieval Old Town of Cēsis and its charming castle ruins
  • Hike along the sandstone cliffs of Sietiņiezis in the Gauja National Park (may not be available during low season)
  • Visit the Estonian history and military museum in Valga
  • Explore the romantic town of Viljandi and its crumbling crusader castle

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Description

Our entertaining Riga to Tallinn day trip takes you through the picturesque towns of Sigulda, Cēsis, Valga, and Viljandi in a small group of up to 8 people. We’ll show you places you’d never find on your own and help you discover two countries in one day.

You’ll learn about Latvian and Estonian history while exploring these small towns, as well as medieval castle ruins, quirky local sights, and beautiful countryside.

First, we’ll stop in Sigulda to climb the only bobsleigh track in the Baltics for great views of the area. Next, we’ll visit the romantic Old Town of Cēsis and the beautiful castle ruins at the heart of it.

We’ll then stop at the Gauja National Park, where you can hike along the picturesque Sietiņiezis sandstone cliffs.

Afterwards, we’ll learn about the history of Latvia and Estonia in Valga, a town on the Latvian-Estonian border.

We’ll also stop for lunch at a local restaurant in Valga. Kindly let our guides know if you have any special dietary requirements that should be taken in account. The location of the lunch is subject to availability, and the meal is not included in the price of the tour.

Before we reach Tallinn, we’ll stop in Viljandi, one of the loveliest towns in Estonia, to roam its castle hills and discover how the crusader castle came to be ruined.

Want to travel in the other direction? This tour is also available from Tallinn to Riga: www.likealocalguide.com/tallinn/tours/tallinn-riga-sightseeing-tour-bus

What’s included & not included

  • One-way transfer from Riga to Tallinn
  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan
  • Room for a reasonable amount of luggage
  • Knowledgeable local guide
  • Entry to the Sigulda bobsleigh track
  • Entry to the history and military museum in Valga
  • Bottled water
  • Hotel pick up/drop off (available for private tours)
  • Lunch
  • Gratuities (optional)

Meeting point

In front of Riga Old Town Hostel, Vaļņu iela 43, Riga.

Pickup options are available for private tour bookings.

Reviews from travellers (59)

4.9/5

Riga–Tallinn Sightseeing Tour Bus monday 27. aug. 2018
The guide was a very good storyteller and driver. She was so nice and had a lot of humor. Very interesting places we visited.

Kind regards
Jane and Karsten
Having fun from Riga to Tallinn
Our sightseeing trip to Tallinn from Riga was truly amazing! We had a truly great time from beginning to end. Our guide Jon (sp) was very knowledgeable and super friendly and the sites that we stopped by were all interesting and fun; sites that we perhaps wouldn't have known of had we decided to rent a car and drive ourselves to Tallinn.

We highly recommend this bus tour and thank our guide for being such a good sport and fun to be around. We wish him all the best in his future studies. Thank you!

Loty & Steve
Fun!
Our guide between Riga and Tallinn was Kurt. We were 7 people (Irish, Finnish, British, Swedish, Spanish and American). A great bunch of well-travelled people who were looking for adventure in the Baltics. Kurt did a great job showing us the sights along with the background history of each. We particularly enjoyed the Bobsled stop. Some Russians were actually there practicing. I would highly recommend this trip!
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