Source: Julia Kivelä
Forests, wildlife, historical towns and fishermen villages surrounding the compact capital city Tallinn is what North Estonia is most appreciated for.
North Estonia has something for everyone, from 20th century military history, to medieval forts, to romantic manors. Pine tree groves surrounding long sandy beaches nearby parks and wilderness provide a quick nature getaway from Tallinn all year round.
Here you can enjoy long scenic coastal walks admiring northern Estonia’s limestone cliff lining that hides sediments and fossils dating back millions of years. Moreover, a short hop on a boat during the summer season will open a door to the tiny rural islands hiding off the northern coast.
Estonia's beautiful winding coastline is a home to many gourmet restaurants offering taste bud tickling dining experiences.
From saunas to workshops, here are ten activity ideas for when the weather's bad outside and you'd rather stay cosy indoors.
The music festival Viru Folk is held for the 10th time in one of the most beautiful places in Estonia, Lahemaa National Park’s captain’s village Käsmu