Here are the top six recreational activities that can be enjoyed in Estonia that really get you face to face with nature.
Escape from the chaos and buzz of the city to the tranquility of Estonia.
The exhilarating, vibrant and life-affirming city life can also push our minds and bodies to their very limits.
There are few things in life as relaxing as picking berries or mushrooms in the luscious green forests of Estonia.
There is little doubt that life is more stressful now than ever - how to deal with it?
Time in nature is the best medicine for stress.
Our Swiss-sized country has 6 times less people and half of the country is covered with forests. The best way to relax? But you are not alone!
Estonia's nature is sparse and changing, with every coming season exposing a new magical side.
Being connected all the time can be become exhausting and at times it's great to just switch off and connect with the nature instead.
Did you know that Estonia has around 1000 herbs to improve your health?
Follow the whispers of the forest to discover something quite magical.
Visit Estonia carried out a series of social experiments in European cities. The aim? To share the idea that being around nature reduces stress.
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Musician Kerli's guide to the quintessential activities you should experience during a stay in Estonia.
While travelling in Estonia, take advantage of these useful mobile applications to check out restaurant menus, order taxis and more.
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With over 3,700 km of coastline, Estonia is a seafaring nation with a strong nautical heritage.
Ideas for adventurous travellers who want to venture past the main sights and explore mysterious, lesser known places.
The acclaimed structure telling Estonia's story is a must-see in South Estonia.