Estonia is a small and peaceful country on the shores of Baltic Sea. Its linguistic (and one might say, to some extent also cultural), sister nation Finland is a mere 90 minutes speedboat ride away towards North. From Eastern side, Estonia is flanked by its gigantic neighbour Russia, and from the South, its fellow Baltic country Latvia.

Tallinn, the capital of Estonia

Tallinn, the capital of Estonia

Estonia has a lot of space as the population is just over 1,3 million and so it is no wonder that over a half of the country is covered by forests. With its unique marshlands and bogs, beautiful nature parks and islands, this land is a treat for a nature lover.

Kakerdaja Bog

Kakerdaja Bog

However, if you are more into cultural and historical discoveries, Estonia with its rich history, mixed with German, Russian, Danish, Swedish influences, might just delight you. For a start, we would suggest to visit a capital city, Tallinn, with its medieval Old Town as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site, and other sights and experiences an old, yet modern, seaside city can offer. You can have a look at our suggested Tallinn Tour and North Estonia Tour.

Besides the capital city, there are other lovely smaller towns such as a university town of Tartu or Otepää in the South, or seaside resorts Pärnu and Haapsalu in the West. If you like mature parks and magnificent country dwellings, a tour around hundreds of years old manor houses, dotted around the whole country could be just something you’d be looking for.