The biggest translation agency in Estonia - whatever your translation needs, we've got them covered!


founded in 1992

Personal approach

12 fast, extraordinary project managers


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We have 30,000 corporate and government clients and over 5,000 private clients


We can help you with more than 50 services – including translation, proofreading and editing, sworn translation, simultaneous and consecutive interpretation, layout work, machine translation and post-editing, subtitling and localisation.

  • 50 languages
  • more than 200 language combinations and translation topics.

Luisa in pictures

We have a total of 40 employees in our Tartu and Tallinn (home) offices – project managers, translators, language editors and technical editors. In total, there are 500 of us across the world. Here are some of shots of our daily activities and events. You can see more historic pictures here.

100+ translation areas

In total, we’ve helped clients with translations in over 100 fields.

So feel free to get in touch!


We translate 550 pages a day in more than 200 language combinations and topics.

European Central Bank

We have had the honour of translating the economic overviews of the European Central Bank into Estonian and finalising their layout for more than 15 years.

EXPO 2021

We’re so proud to have been chosen as the official translation partner for the Estonian pavilion at EXPO 2021 Dubai. We’ll be helping the organisers and exhibitors on all sorts of topics and in all sorts of language combinations. Although the emphasis will be on English and Arabic, a total of more than 50 languages will be covered.

University of Tartu

The University of Tartu, one of the most reputable educational institutions in Europe, which has numerous divisions, institutes and departments, has been a good client of Luisa for two decades. By the beginning  of 2024, we have completed translation orders 1400 times in different language combinations (mostly in Russian and English) and on many subjects, incl. studies, website texts, sworn translations, speeches, news, medical texts, information brochures, risk analyses, reports, contracts and much more.


We have been a partner to Toyota, one of our top 10 clients, since 2002, translating website texts, press releases, technical descriptions and more into English, Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian and Russian.

Espak Group

A major player on the construction materials market in Estonia, Espak has been a client of ours for almost two decades. We have translated more than 200 different product texts and sets of instructions for them covering building and finishing materials, sanitary technology, electrical items, gardening and household goods and more.

Estonian Business School

The Estonian Business School (EBS), established in 1988, is the oldest of its kind in the Baltic States. Luisa has been providing the EBS with English-Estonian-English translations since 2006.

Between the Wires

We translated this unique collection of poetry and music, which was originally published in a single volume in an Estonian prisoner-of-war camp in Belgium in 1945, into English, Latvian and German.

The Appraisal of Real Estate, 13th Edition

The Estonian version of this book was completed in cooperation with the American Society of Appraisers. We provided translation, layout and printing services for the project.

The ECG – Made Easy

We have a lot of experience when it comes to medical translations, so when an Estonian version of this book was commissioned we jumped at the chance of providing the translation.

Signs of Identity: The Anatomy of Belonging

We had a hand in the publication of the Estonian version of this book by author Martin Ehala.

Tapa Municipality Then and Now

We provided the English translation for this coffee-table book.

National Atlas of Estonia

Compiled by Taavi Pae from the University of Tartu and published in cooperation with Regio in Estonian and English, this atlas was dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the university and of Estonian-language geography. We provided the English translation.

Visit Estonia: ‘Discover Estonia without Leaving Home’

We translated a fun game into Finnish, Russian, German, Latvian, English and Swedish that puts people’s orienteering skills to the test and allows them to explore Estonia without setting foot outside their front door.


Balbiino makes one of the most important things in life – ice cream! They’re all about making people happy. We helped them do so by providing an English translation for them. And now we’re both happy!

Turf of Senses

Now you can experience forests, beaches and bogs even if you have a visual or hearing disability! We helped the team at the Environmental Board and a strategic design agency Velvet OÜ in the process of creating their ‘turf of senses’ by translating the instruction materials into English.

What is the ‘turf of senses’, you might be wondering? Well, these sod-shaped repositories store items that provide sensory input into the surrounding environment. The aim is to make it easier for people with visual and hearing disabilities to experience the natural world.

Estonian Museum of Natural History

The Estonian Museum of Natural History has opened the doors on a brand new exhibition, “Maria the Sturgeon’s Dream”, which provides an immersive audio-visual guide to the past, present and future of the Baltic Sea. The Luisa team worked together to provide the English subtitles.

Anett Kontaveit

We were lucky enough to be asked by WTA Media to make our own contribution to this film about the young Estonian tennis player.

‘Georg Ots, I Love You!’ exhibition

This exhibition showcases the life of the legendary Estonian actor and singer through the eyes of his admirers. We provided the translations into English, Russian and Finnish.

‘Bats: Scary but Sweet’ exhibition

For this exhibition at the Estonian Museum of Natural History we provided both text and audio guide translations.

‘30th Anniversary of the Baltic Way: One History, Two Million Stories’ exhibition

This exhibition at the Museum of Occupations and Freedom on the unbroken chain which stretched for 600 km from Tallinn to Riga and on to Vilnius told the stories of ordinary people who took part and led visitors on an historical journey that spoke of a yearning for freedom.

‘Body Worlds’ exhibition

For this exhibition at T1 Mall of Tallinn we provided text translations into Estonian, giving local visitors the chance to learn more about their bodies.

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We will put together a personalised quote for you based on the language combination, subject and volume to be translated and the results of our analysis of the text.