Estonia does not to make any special efforts to find a point of difference. It is absolutely unique and outstanding. In terms of territory, it is close to Latvia and Lithuania. However it is very different from those two countries in terms of culture and traditions.
There are no doubts that Tallinn is one of the most prominent and unique cities in Europe. It features the unique blend of modernity and Middle Ages, timber churches and glass skyscrapers, Baroque palaces with dazzling shopping malls, wooden buildings and luxury restaurants.
The Lahemaa National Park is one of Europe's most important forest conservation areas. This park, also called the "Land of bays", covers 725 square meters not far from the capital.
Estonia is popular with the tourists seeking for quiet recreational holiday, and Pärnu is a perfect place for peaceful vacation. It is also known as Estonia's summer capital.
Tartu is one of the oldest cities in Estonia and the whole Baltic region. It was founded in the 11th century, and since then it has been a cultural centre. Today it is a nice place to spend holidays in.
Saaremaa Island, though being a part of Estonia, is very different in many ways from the mainland. It is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Estonia loved for its folklore, deserted beaches as well as culture and spa facilities.
Luxury rooms in the romantic old town or resort hotels with the sea view give harmony with the outworld!
Try the fruits of modern culinary art of Estonia - the result of the ideal mix of local products and classic recipes.
Unique medieval architecture, inimitable spirit of olden time and fabulous nature are waiting for you on every Estonian route.
Today Estonia is an independent and European country that fascinates tourists from all over the world with its heritage, especially the Old Town that has been recognized as the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The scarcely populated countryside in Estonia, 50% of which consist of forests and islands (with over two thousand islands in total), score big time the densely populated European countries and attract lovers of nature and ecofriendly tourism.