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This leafy town of students, intellectuals and creatives brings back sweet, youthful memories to many who have once toured the city on a bicycle during their student days.
Estonia’s easternmost town boasts the best preserved castle (Hermann Fortress) overlooking a large, winding river acting as a border between Estonia and Russia. The nearby Narva-Jõesuu resort is…
The Soomaa National Park is a wetland area in the Pärnu and Viljandi County. Visitors might know Soomaa best for its great flood or the so-called fifth season, when the water from melted snow or…
The park includes the Matsalu Bay and its coastline, the Kasari River delta, and nearly 50 islands and islets, along with the surrounding Väinameri Sea. One of Europe's most important waterfowl…
Visitors from all over the world drop around to admire the beauty of Tallinn, the best preserved medieval city in Northern Europe boasting Gothic spires, winding cobblestone streets and enchanting…
Telliskivi is the commercial and cultural hub of Kalamaja, with its restaurants, performance venues and indoor shopping streets selling everything from organic cosmetics to Estonian design.
With a popular beach, adventure park and marina, Pirita is a place in Tallinn where to enjoy pleasant summer moments.
This former submarine factory is now a vibrant community of apartments, high-level restaurants, shops and cultural venues. The presence of the sea is always felt in Noblessner as it’s situated on a…
New cafes, bars and galleries have transformed the former industrial complexes of this historical wooden house district. It is now a fast-developing area of Tallinn, attracting creatives and those…
Presidential yet cosy, this romantic inner-city area nearby the coast can very well be the place where you’ll find the heart of Tallinn.
Soomaa boasts giant bogs surrounded by forests, both wide and narrow rivers, diverse flood-meadows and flower-filled wooded meadows, where one can enjoy the beauty of untouched nature.
Perfect for a day trip out of Tallinn, Lahemaa national park serves as an authentic taster of natural and cultural landscapes in Estonia.
Unique landscape, beautiful nature, versatile selection of plants and wild animals make Kõrvemaa a popular nature getaway destination in northern Estonia.
The newest member of Estonian National Park family, Alutaguse National park expands across 43,000 hectares in Northeastern Estonia.
Made up of 150 islands, Vilsandi is mostly inhabited boasting versatile wildlife and plants.
Estonian capital Tallinn is full of cultural and architectural hotspots. But when you have more than a day to spend here, taking a step out of the capital’s borders will reward you with plenty of…
Rakvere draws in visitors with its impressive 13th century castle ruins, contemporary town square and spa culture.
This adorable little town hidden deep within southern Estonian forests boasts impressive castle ruins, a former home of the ruling Livonian Order. The scenic views of the nearby lake and wooden…
The ultimate summer holiday destination in Estonia, Pärnu attracts holiday makers with its large sandy beach, numerous restaurants, cocktail bars, spas and a relaxed, laid back vibe.
The second largest island in Estonia is well-know for its historical lighthouses, untouched nature and makes for a great rural getaway year round. During the coldest times of the winter, you can…
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