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Estonia Travel Guide

Estonia is a Baltic state in northeastern Europe. It has land borders with Latvia and Russia. With a coastline on the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Finland, Estonia also has sea borders with Finland and Sweden.

Estonia is a Baltic gem offering visitors the chance to see an ex–Soviet occupied country that is now part of the European Union. Traces of the Soviet era are still there to be seen e.g. Paldiski, a deserted Soviet army base that was once off–limits to Estonians themselves, can easily be visited on a day trip from the capital, Tallinn. Tallinn's medieval old town was built by the Germans in Middle Ages and is in magnificent condition, with the medieval city walls and towers almost completely intact and it rates as one of Europe's best medieval old towns. Glorious beaches pepper the extensive coastline, although the swimming season is short.

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Estonians are culturally passionate and there are plenty of exciting events, exhibitions, concerts, theatre performances and festivals happening all year round.Estonias rich cultural heritage is full of surprising contrasts from the exotic to the heroic, from the romantic to the modern.Our ancient Nordic heart and warm, ageless soul have produced a diverse and complex range of cultural treasures.Ethnic minorities with their ancient folk traditions, songs and costumes still thrive and will make you want to snap your camera to attention.

The main reason most people first come to Estonia is to see the best protected and intact medieval city in Europe – Tallinn. The unique value of Tallinn's Old Town lies first and foremost in the well–preserved (intact) nature of its medieval milieu and structure, which has been lost in most of the capitals of northern Europe. Since 1997, the Old Town of Tallinn has been on UNESCO's World Heritage list.

Living under the rule of Scandinavian kings, Russian empire and Teutonic Knights has left Estonia with unique and rich blend of historic landmarks. Over one thousand manors were built across Estonia from the 13th century onwards. Some of the manors have perished or fallen into ruins but a lot have been reconstructed and now are favourite attractions with tourists. Nowadays there are about 200 manor houses under state protection as architectural monuments and 100 in active use.

Active Holidays

During winter peak time in January and February, there is plenty of snow. Dress up warm and enjoy skiing, snowboarding or ice skating.

Summer is the best time to enjoy our public white sand beaches and water sports. Playgrounds on the beach and recreational areas are ideal for families travelling with children. Some of them offer windsurfing and Jet Ski rent too, but a little bit of planning may be required as the use of personal water crafts is not allowed everywhere. More experienced water sports enthusiasts can try diving into historic wrecks or sailing.

Mainland and coast of Estonia are covered with beautiful pine forests and our national parks are easily accessible. Enjoy a day in nature: go hiking and camping with your family or discover the cultural diversities on a cycling trip aware of that special feeling you can get just from holding a piece of history in your hand.


Compared to other EU countries, it is much easier to find a bargain here. Antique restoration is relatively cheap too without compromising on quality. German, Swedish, Danish and Russian occupations have provided Estonia with a rich history and plenty of artefacts from 13th century onwards.

Wander through Tallinns Old Town, particularly Viru and Mrivahe streets, and you will find numerous high fashion boutiques. In Estonia, not only can you find well known international designer stores here (e.g. Armani, Hugo Boss, Fashion Palace, Guess etc.) but also you could take a look at the work of Estonian fashion designers at Baltman, Bastion, Ivo Nikkolo and more.

Also in Tallinn is the outdoor knitwear market on Mrivahe street, where craftsmen and women sell their knitted products in the shadow of the medieval town wall.

Nearby is Katariina Passage. Here in medieval–style workshops run by the Katariina Artist Guilds you can watch as glasswork, ceramics, leather goods, quilts and other items are created right before your eyes.

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