Take a look into twelve convenient, electronic services available to citizens in Estonia.
Ideas for adventurous travellers who want to venture past the main sights and explore mysterious, lesser known places.
In the highest building in Estonia you can, among other things, experience what it is like to be a television personality and take an edge walk!
Estonia is taking over the EU Council presidency for the first time
The best places – towers, viewing platforms, restaurants – that have great views of Tallinn
Proximity to nature brings these festivals to life.
Mextonia is the worldwide festival of Transgraffiti Muralism, inspired in the 20th century Mexican muralism and created by street artists and graffiti
Estonia is a country that’s in love with all things digital, but it has plenty of traditional charms to offer, too.
Series of music events in Tallinn cater to fans of drum & bass, soul, electronic, reggae and anyone looking for a great night out.
The Estonians know a little secret for staying safe and visible during dark winter days - luminous reflectors.
Christmas presents from Estonia - funky handicraft and functional design.
Explore these hidden gems and unique shopping opportunities in Estonia.
Tallinn's best restaurants are situated in breath-taking locales, serving up stunning views and local ingredients prepared by award-winning chefs.
Experience authentic Estonian culture through folk song and dance, unique language and vivid handicrafts.
Abandoned factories turned hipster restaurants and many other cool secrets of Estonia are ready to be discovered.
There is so much more to discover beyond the capital. A day in the nature is a perfect start.
Have fun exploring everything from traditional Estonian island culture to beautiful old seaplanes.
Why should you visit Tallinn at the end of November, at the darkest time of the year when there’s only six hours of light?
New trendy area next to Kalamaja - Noblessner
Estonia's second-largest city has been selected as the European capital of culture 2024.