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Tour guidance in Estonia
(Estonian, English, Finnish, Hungarian)
♦ Tallinn
♦ Tallinn Old Town
♦ Estonian Art Museum (KUMU)
♦ Estonian Open Air Museum
♦ Other Estonian towns (e.g. Tartu, Pärnu, Viljandi, Kuressaare, Haapsalu, Rakvere)
♦ Lahemaa National Park
♦ Rebala Heritage Protection Area
♦ Estonian castles
♦ Nature tourism (e.g. waterfalls, underground rivers, swamps)
♦ Fishing trips (on sea, lakes and rivers): on-ice fishing or with powerboat

Excursion guidance to Hungary and Transilvania region
(Estonian, English, Finnish)
♦ Budapest city tours
♦ Thermal pools
♦ Eger castle
♦ Aggtelek cave
♦ Balaton
♦ Wine cellars in different wine regions (e.g.Tokaj, Eger, Villány, Szekszárd, Balatonfüred, Sopron)
♦ Places of UNESCO World Heritage (e.g. Pannonhalma monastery, Hortobágy Puszta, Pécs)
♦ Transilvania in Romania (nature and culture)
♦ Hungarian inhabited areas in Serbia
♦ Puszta tours

Adventure trip guidance in Finland
(Karjala and Northern-Savo regions, e.g. fishing, hiking, city tours)

Our guides are licensed to Estonia and Hungary and tour leaders to European Union
Enjoy Estonia OÜ registration number is 11325656

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Contact us:
+372 528 11 O7 (Estonian, English, Finnish, Hungarian)

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Perioodil 09. oktoober 2009 kuni 08. oktoober 2010 viidi Euroopa Sotsiaalfondi kaasrahastamisel läbi teadmiste ja oskuste arendusprojekt “Regionaalne enesetäiendamine Eesti giiditeenuse vallas ja raamatupidamiskulude vähendamine” OÜ Enjoy Estonia ühele töötajale. Projekt sai tuge EASi Teadmiste ja oskuste arendamise toetamise meetmest.
Between 9 October 2009 and 8 October 2010 the company carried through an educational project for one of its workers with a support of European Social Fund. The name of the project was “Regional Self-Perfection in the Field of Estonian Guiding Services and Declining of Costs of Bookkeeping”. A program by Enterprise Estonia named Development of Knowledge and Skills supported the project.



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