Private Accessible Baltic Shore Excursions and Tours



A Baltic Sea Cruise offers an amazing opportunity to experience some of the most unique and exceptionally beautiful countries with great accessible port cities. Prepare yourself for old-world charm, fascinating Viking heritage and rich culture at every step of the way!

Nordic Experience offers private accessible shore excursions and city tours in Tallinn, Helsinki, Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm and Riga.

The towns bordering Baltic Sea each have their own rich history, with our accessible Baltic Shore Excursions & Tours, you also will have a unique chance of exploring this without having to worry about accessibility limitations and challenges. Take a look at our tours below, pick your Baltic adventures and let us take care of the rest! Our tour guides are attentive, have years of experience in entertaining both young and experienced travelers to make sure everyone makes unforgettable memories.

Here is what our clients say about us!

Reviewed in July 2019

We booked Nordic Experience handicap accessible tours for three different countries (Denmark, Estonia, and Sweden). We were a group of 14 people, ages ranging from 10 to 72. All three tours were amazing, our guides and drivers were kind, friendly, had great knowledge of each of the countries we visited and were very attentive to our needs and requests (specially my dad´s needs who has polio hence needs handicap assistance). They gave us exact instructions as to where we should meet our guides/drivers, and they were always on time.

I highly recommend this tour company to anyone who is looking for a handicap accessible tour. You can request a handicap accessible van which has an integrated lift, hence the person can stay in his/her scooter when getting on and off the bus, making it very easy to visit all places. All places visited are handicap friendly, guides are very flexible regarding your needs.

When booking, you can also ask for guides who speak a certain language and they will do everything in their possibilities to make sure they can provide it to you. Another great perk when booking with Nordic Experience is that the more tours you book with them, the better price you will receive.

I highly recommend using Nordic Experience tours for your next Baltic trip.

Date of experience: July 2019

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Tallinn Accessible City Tour

See the best of Tallinn in a comfortable and wheelchair  accessible vehicle on a tour designed to offer an enjoyable panoramic journey through the medieval and modern city. This tour is designed to fit both wheelchair users as well as guests with limited mobility for a fulfilling journey through the highlights of the Estonian capital city.


Helsinki Private Accessible City Tour

Enjoy a journey to the most popular Helsinki attractions from panoramic seaside views to Rock Church the accessible way.  Discover Helsinki in comfort on a tour designed to take you from celebrated Nordic design and architecture to the best of local culture on your own accessible tour vehicle.


Copenhagen Private Accessible City Tour with Christiansborg Palace 

Discover the best of Copenhagen on a panoramic tour complete with a wheelchair accessible vehicle. This tour is built to offer both wheelchair users as well as guests with limited mobility a comfortable day discovering Copenhagen must-see sights. This half-day tour gives an excellent introduction to Copenhagen and its 850-year history by presenting some of the city’s most scenic areas.


Oslo Accessible City Tour with Vigeland & Viking Ship Museum

Discover the best of Oslo complete in the comfort of a wheelchair-accessible vehicle. Oslo panoramic drive allows you to experience the best of this unique city and beautifully rugged landscape. From the strikingly modern and vibrant coastline to delightful Vigeland Park and historic Viking Ship Museum.

Stockholm Accessible City Tour

Enjoy the best of Stockholm sightseeing from historic old town to breathtaking panoramic views and archipelago in the comfort of your accessible van. Our Stockholm Accessible City Tour gives you an overview of all the must-see sights complete with city sightseeing and a charming harbor-side drive with your private guide.


Riga Accessible City Tour

The very best of Riga combined together in an accessible city tour through the Art Nouveau quarter and old town. Riga’s historic center is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List for a reason, the highly diverse architecture and impressive towers of the Riga Cathedral and St. Peter’s Church make it a truly eye-catching city to discover.

Contact us to inquire about availability or a custom tour itinerary meeting your needs and interests!

Magical Christmas in Tallinn Old Town

During the darkest period of the year the oldest Christmas market in Europe becomes a true fairy-tale land bringing Christmas spirit to the locals and visitors alike. Tallinn’s Christmas market was voted the Best Christmas Market in Europe in 2019 and this year we will strive to keep that title in 2020.



















Tallinn’s Old Town is unique with its narrow streets, mysterious courtyards and small handicraft shops. At this time of year, the Old Town is decorated with Christmas lights and fir trees are covered with Christmas decorations. There is happiness and excitement all around as our small wonderland offers a variety of things to do for those looking for cultural events, for those seeking special Christmas gifts, for those looking for a cozy stay in a nice gingerbread-inspired café. People are gathering in the city squares to enjoy this wonderful time together. The aroma of delectable food and drinks floats in the air and hungry appetites can be satisfied with a visit to our cafes, restaurants and food kiosks.



















Merchants offer a wide range of handicrafts and Estonian Christmas meals, from blood sausage and sauerkraut to gingerbread and body-warming drinks. Carousels delight the little ones, and a varied Christmas program is sure to warm the heart. The pearl of the Christmas market is unique hologram Santa Claus, who is waiting to welcome all children in his house!

To satisfy that sweet tooth, there is a rich selection in the market, from sugar candies to mini pancakes. The Gingerbread House has a rich selection of gingerbread, in terms of size, shape and decorations. In addition, we recommend visiting the spectacular Gingerbread Mania exhibition and making your own gingerbread by joining our Tallinn Christmas tour and gingerbread making workshop.





















This year, the whole of Tallinn, especially the Old Town, will be filled with almost a hundred special lighting attractions, the heart of which features four giant Christmas lanterns, each opening up in turn every Advent. You can crawl inside the Christmas lantern and feel the warmth surround you. A magnificent and imaginative installation is the huge light-emitting fountain in Freedom Square, which will grow to reach its full magnificence on the fourth Advent.

Also interesting are the life-size picture frames that move along the Old Town and are ideal places for Instagram, the living background of all the frames are the most popular places of Tallinn. How about posing with Tall Hermann?

During the Christmas period, you will also find seasonal special offers, which are definitely worth grabbing. If it seems difficult to choose, you can try a five-euro drink or a snack in several Old Town restaurants, or treat your taste buds from a wide variety of foods that are offered along the medieval Christmas lit streets. Be surprised! Come and travel through our enchanted Old Town!

Take this opportunity to spend time with your loved ones. Christmas is a time for sharing and caring. We invite you to take part in a special Magical Christmas in Tallinn`s Old Town tour created by Nordic Experience.

You can read more about Tallinn`s Old Town Christmas program here.

A Perfect Guided Tour Just For You and Your Family at the Baltic Sea

Certainly, it’s not easy to please everyone, any parent with multiple children knows that from a simple example of the most mundane everyday task. But how do you have a perfect family holiday making memories in a country you have never been to and let´s be honest, know little more than the second page of google dropped on your search attempts.

Well, listen here, we have a magic word, and that is a wonderful local friend, called a personal tour guide.  A local friend, who will be there to greet you at the cruise port or your hotel, take care of any transportation and logistics issues while you kick back and enjoy a good laugh over a medieval legend and your mind is satisfied knowing your children are learning more here over a course of a day, then they would in any other academic institution at the same time. And you know what, it is a that more fun if you have a passionate and super tour guide to lead the way.

More importantly, because there aren´t any other guests in your group, your family can “go with the flow” at your own pace.

Such private tours are growing more popular, whether a family wants to celebrate an anniversary sailing on a Baltic Sea cruise, go canal boating in Copenhagen, explore the devilishly delicious marzipan in Tallinn, try on a real kings helmet in Stockholm or sit at the top of the world at Holmenkollen ski jump tower in Oslo, we got this!

We have hand-picked the most unique and original activities to be enjoyed with your children during your Baltic Sea cruise stops. The tour itineraries are built to entertain both the young with fantastic stories and legends, but also educate and offer a broader understanding of local culture and traditions to more experienced in life.

Come and experience these amazing family itineraries timed to perfection with years of experience, passion and simply the joy of hosting you at Nordic Experience Private Tours & Shore Excursions.

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Copenhagen Private Panoramic Tour & Tivoli Amusement Park Adventure

Ideal tour highlighting family friendly and entertaining atmosphere of Copenhagen in a perfect balance of city sightseeing and Tivoli adventures. Do not let the splendid historic appearance of this Nordic pearl trick you, as behind the delightfully medieval and charming facade lies a city with a soft spot for some simple pleasures in life – fun rides, lush parks and delicious local tastes waiting to be discovered. Just like the good old days, a day at your own pace to please both the lively and spirited to an adventurer seeker looking to sit back, relax and enjoy the day!

Tivoli Gardens is a famous amusement park and pleasure garden in Copenhagen, Denmark. The park opened on August 15, 1843 and it is the oldest amusement park which has survived intact to the present day.

Copenhagen Private Highlights Tour & National Aquarium Adventure

Tour the best of Copenhagen and visit the National Aquarium of Denmark with a private pick-up from your hotel, airport or cruise dock.

This short sightseeing tour and aquarium visit is an ideal way to discover Copenhagen with family in tow. The flexible order of visits in the itinerary allows this tour to be your pre- or post-cruise vacation discovery of Copenhagen. We will enjoy the wonderful must-see sights of the Danish capital on a panoramic drive with photo stops at Amalienborg Castle, Little Mermaid and Christiansborg Palace. The undeniable charm of Copenhagen is most visible when we see the colorful architecture and harbor front at Nyhavn. Classic sites, such as Tivoli gates and Town Hall square are also part of the program.


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Tallinn Private Family Shore Excursion & Marzipan Workshop

For a fun filled day to remember in a land of mystical medieval courtyards, castle walls and towers.

This tour is tailored for families with children to get the most out of their visit to both our medieval Old Town and the beautiful city outskirts.

This tour is designed to entertain and educate your young explorers with fun filled facts and fascinating stories and legends about Old Tallinn and the surrounding area. Tour activity options and a flexible schedule to suit your preferences make for an experience that both kids and parents will enjoy.

Tallinn Private Old Town Walking Tour & Viking Village Adventure

Join an exciting day of visits in the stunning Old Town Tallinn and gain a first-hand experience of fierce Viking village lifestyle in an authentic fortress. The Nordic cross has for long been known by the Estonians. The strong ties and not so amicable battles between the Estonian Vikings and Scandinavian tribes date back to the 13th century. After all, the Estonian sailing vessels were called pirate ships by the Nordic clans for a reason.

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Helsinki Private City Tour, Winter Wonderland Experience & Ice Bar

Perfect combination of Helsinki highlights on a city tour and a unique experience of the Nordic atmosphere in Winter Wonderland & Ice Bar. Experience the thrill of a fairy tale winter wonderland with fun skis and wondering around ice labyrinth finding your inner child or on a sliding hill in the cool atmosphere wrapped in protective thermal clothing and enjoy a drink at the Ice Bar from a frozen glass.

Helsinki Private Highlights Tour & Reindeer Park Visit

Experience the northern magic on a tour complete with Helsinki sightseeing and Finland’s southernmost Reindeer Park visit. Located at a short panoramic drive from Helsinki at Nuuksio National Park, the Reindeer Park offers a fantastic opportunity to enjoy traditional Lappish culture by meeting and feeding this fabled animal in a ‘up close and personal’ way.

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Oslo Private City Tour with Viking Ship & Open-Air Museum Experience

A perfect day tour for discovering the Norwegian capitals best sights both on foot and by bus including Viking Ship and Open-Air Museum.

Traditional log house in the Norwegian Folk Museum in Oslo, Norway.

We will start our day with an enjoyable panoramic drive to the charming Bygdøy peninsula. One of Norway’s oldest cultural landscapes is rich in history and stunning nature. The area also boasts beautiful parks and forests and some of Oslo’s most delightful natural seaside. Our tour at the Museum of Cultural History presents an exquisite collection of artifacts in a village of more than 150 real-life buildings relocated to tell the story of Norwegian inhabitants over the last 500 years.


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Scenic Stockholm Private Tour, Vasa Museum & Skansen Adventure

Get an excellent overview of Stockholm with Vasa Museum and delight in open-air museum adventures complete with a children’s zoo.

Skansen: The world’s oldest open-air museum, and possibly, the most fun as well

In addition to the Old Town we will visit the fascinating Vasa Ship Museum and see historic Sweden in miniature at the Skansen Outdoor Museum. We start with a panoramic drive through the city center, passing the neighboring island of Djurgården, known as Stockholm’s outdoor recreation center, and such historic sites as the National Museum and the Royal Dramatic Theater.

Stockholm Gamla Stan, Sweden


Stockholm Private Walking Tour & The Royal Armoury Visit

Experience the spectacular city of Stockholm and its history on a walking tour through the old town and The Armoury in the cellar of the Royal Palace. We will tour the The Royal Armoury housed in the spectacular cellar vaults and filled by not only great stories but priceless treasures of Swedish royal family. Display includes weapons, period fashion, carriages, coaches and event the blood soaked clothes worn by King Gustav III when he was assassinated by nobles at a masquerade ball in 1792.

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Private Day Trip to Zaanse Schans Windmill Village & Dutch Countryside

Enjoy a countryside tour to one of the most beautiful Dutch villages- experience traditional windmills, cheese tasting and a clog workshop. We will take joy in a relaxing panoramic drive out of Amsterdam towards the wholesome setting of rich cultural heritage on the fine green fields of polder de Beemster. One of the most famous examples of how reclaiming land from water is done.

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Riga Private Family Tour with Old Town & Chocolate Factory Visit

Sugar-coat your experience of Riga with a city sightseeing and old town tour followed by a visit to the Laima chocolate factory.

The capital of Latvia has such a culturally rich and diverse center to explore.

This tour is a perfect balance of charming tales of medieval old town, stunning Art Nouveau architecture and a bit of indulgence with a visit to the Laima Chocolate Factory. A sweet visit to a chocolate lovers paradise complete with a cup of molten cocoa drink. Although chocolate is often meant to be eaten when down and gloomy, it can also make a good day even better.

Noblessner- A Trendy New Seaside Quarter to Discover in Tallinn

A cool urban environment with magnificent seaside views not to miss while in Tallinn is the former submarine shipyard Noblessner Quarter. One of the fastest developing, and the most interesting areas in Tallinn today.

Situated next to the trendy Kalamaja district and the renowned Seaplane Harbor, Noblessner wins your heart with its distinctive and colorful architecture, boldly combining old and new, retro and modern, bold and minimal. Inspiring style angles and irresistible design can be found in many of the area’s shops, restaurants and bars as well.

Noblessner Quarter | Nordic Experience

The former submarine shipyard Noblessner is the fastest developing, and thus the most interesting, area in Tallinn today. The old factory halls have been woken to a new life of apartments, trendy shops, and cafes, bistros, art galleries. 
Noblessner Shipyard | Nordic Experience

From submarines to the new millennium

The history of Noblessner dates back to the early 20th century. That’s when Tallinn – or Reval, as it was called back then – was about to become home to Peter the Great’s war harbor. The original plans were never fulfilled, yet a huge submarine shipyard was built in the area now known as Noblessner. The yard was named after the two businessmen running it, Emanuel Nobel and Arthur Lessner. The former was related to the Nobel prize founder Alfred Nobel: Emanuel was his nephew.
Noblessner soon became famous for its submarines built for the needs of the Russian Empire. As Estonia gained independence in 1918, the shipyard started manufacturing smaller vessels instead of submarines. During the Soviet era, ‘Factory nr 7’ repaired ships damaged in World War II, as well as submarines, fishing boats and metal structures used in ports.

After the restoration of Estonian independence in 1991, the shipyard continued its work for another ten years. Even after that, boats never disappeared from Noblessner; the last vessels were built in 2018. Additionally, Noblessner’s Marina and Noblessner Yacht Club Sailing School NYCS have operated in the area since 2009.

Today’s Noblessner has risen to its glory during the past few years. It is far from finished, though, so the building and renovation works will continue until the end of the 2020s.

What to do in Noblessner?

Noblessner wins your heart with its distinctive and colorful architecture, boldly combining old and new. Style and design can be found in many of the area’s shops as well.
Shishi is an Estonian-Norwegian interior decoration brand with an impressive store full of products, each piece more imaginative than the other. Whether you need a vase, a fake plant, a candle holder or something unique to catch the eye, this is where you’ll find it. Collections change twice a year, and before Christmas, Shishi becomes a true wonderland of holiday decorations. Shishi is also known for its outlet, located in the same building.

Shishi | Nordic Experience

Home furnishing store Kalhoj focuses on Scandinavian-style tableware and accessories, northern delicacies and beverages and quality children’s clothing. In case you’re more into diamonds and other fine jewelry, you’ll find them nearby at the jewellery shop Baltic Brilliant.
Kalhoj | Nordic Experience
Style and beauty can also be found at the beauty salon Biomarketi Ilu- ja Tervisetuba. The ‘beauty and health room’ of the health store Biomarket lets you enjoy facials, manicures and pedicures carried out with ecological Dr. Hauschka products. Make-up and make-up lessons are also available.
You won’t be left hungry in Noblessner either. 180° is an elegant fine dining restaurant run by Michelin-starred chef Matthias Diether. The restaurant guide White Guide Nordic has quite appropriately ranked it one of the top three restaurants in Estonia.
180° Restaurant | Nordic Experience

Põhjala Tap Room
 is a beer lover’s heaven. Named among the world’s top 100 breweries, Põhjala’s restaurant delights its visitors with a whopping selection of 24 tap beers. The food menu consists of Texan BBQ dishes and all kinds of snacks to go with beer. The work of the brewers can be followed through the restaurant’s big windows, and if you book your visit in advance, you can tour the brewery with a guide. Beer and other souvenirs, such as T-shirts and caps with Põhjala’s logo, can be bought at the brewery’s store.
pohjala tap room noblessner | Nordic Experience
More art will be offered at Kai Art Center. An old factory houses a top quality exhibition space, auditorium, restaurants and facilities for several Estonian art organisations.
kai kunstikeskus | Nordic Experience
PROTO Invention Factory is an entertaining yet educational center for the whole family, using virtual reality as a gateway to showcase the great inventions of the past and the things not yet seen. How was the ride with the world’s first automobile? What would it be like to have a stroll in the center of the earth? PROTO is the place to find out.
proto avastustehas | Nordic Experience
In Noblessner, new shops and services are sprouting up non-stop. This is an area where you’ll find something new and exciting with every visit! Book your private Tallinn city tour including the Noblessner area here:

How to get to Noblessner?

The easiest way to get to Noblessner is by bus number 73. Hop in at the city center, ride along Kalaranna Street and hop off at the stop called ‘Noblessneri’. Go down the stairs and you’re there.
Bus number 3 drives Noblessner-bound from the city center, as well. Hop off at the stop called ‘Volta’ and you’ll find yourself at Tööstuse Street on the south side of the Noblessner area.
You can also take a seaside stroll from the Seaplane Harbour to Noblessner. On the way, you’ll be able to admire the museum’s outside exhibits such as the icebreaker Suur Tõll, the walk from old town takes about 20 minutes.



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