Tipping in Estonia is somewhat of a new tradition and is becoming more and more common. Estonia is rich and history and is part of the baltic states and regained its independence in 1991 from the old USSR. Estonia is a beautiful country with amazing sites and some of the friendliest people. Enjoy your travels around Estonia and use our tipping guide below to figure out when you should tip on your travels!
Taxis: Tipping a taxi driver isn’t common or expected. You can round up to the nearest Euro to make things easier.
Hotels: Tipping hotel staff isn’t common or expected.
Restaurants: If you receive table service that it is custom to tip 5-10% of the bill, assuming the service was good. By law service can’t be forced onto the bill or you.
Bars: Tipping bar tenders isn’t expected, you may see a tip jar on the counter to throw change in though.
Other: Tipping is something new to Estonia and started once they received their independence and the locals began to travel more. Even then 10% is the most you should tip while in Estonia.