From saunas to workshops, here are ten activity ideas for when the weather's bad outside and you'd rather stay cosy indoors.
When was the last time you headed out into the great outdoors?
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Cross country skiing is a favourite Estonian winter activity. Listen to the calming sounds of nature while watching landscapes and wildlife go by.
Get acquainted with the Northern region of Estonia during this two day itinerary, perfect for a weekend getaway this winter.
Practice your favourite winter sports like skiing or try something new like husky sledging in the sparkling Estonian nature this season.
Water parks in Estonia feature exhilarating slides and aquatic attractions along side relaxing pools, saunas and jacuzzis.
Ice roads are a special symbol of Western Estonia and without them no winter seems like a real Estonian winter.
Have fun exploring everything from traditional Estonian island culture to beautiful old seaplanes.
Winter swimming is an endurance sport where the main focus is on strengthening the mind.
If traditional skiing or ice skating isn't enough to get your heart pounding this winter, check out these heart-pounding adventures!
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