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We are pleased to represent – Estonia tours! Dear travelers, if you spent all day googling “Estonia tourism”, “Tour in Estonia” or “Estonia travel” trying to find some interesting about Estonia tours – you just came to the right place for a visit! You’ll be given a chance to visit Estonia, see and travel to Estonia around which is a tiny dynamic land on the shores of the Baltic Sea. Tours in Estonia are about to offer your dream holidays… It is a peaceful Nordic mix of urbanity and wilderness: glorious beaches on the extensive coastline, medieval and contemporary contrasts, breathless sightseeing, meandering capital’s streets paved in granite, incredible sightseeing crumbling castles and unbelievably beautiful cliffs. Tours in Estonia just perfect for traveling! Estonia travel guide is exceptional because it was created more for a traveler, than for an ordinary tourist. What does it say? No doubt, that your holidays in Estonia will be full of interesting twists! Take a group of your friends, choose affordable tour packages with a travel guide and LET’S GO to explore! While traveling to Estonia don’t forget to think about visiting places and interesting facts! Locals are usually making fun, that here, in crazy contrast Estonia, you can even quickly catch a WI-FI even in the forest. Not really surprising, Estonians invented the world famous free Internet telephone service, Skype! Did not know that? Nice to find out we are spreading knowledge to you! A trip to Estonia, visit Estonia, get acquainted with this small, although beautiful and fascinating land. Estonia’s tourism – all about varied landscapes, unique national parks, beautiful islands and the coastline, that are all waiting to be explored. Take your friends and family members to the unforgettable time spending holidays in Estonia! Are you ready for exceptional travel to Estonia? Fasten your seat belt; we are landing for a visit in Tallinn! Travel to Estonia and its cities will be a trip which you and your buddies group will never forget – low-cost tickets are waiting for you! Prices are comfortable for exploring the world! Where is your tour packages? All you need is just pick a destination in Estonia!
Border countries: Latvia, Russia
Population: 1,3 million
Area: 45,227 sq km
Time Zone: EET (UTC+2)
Summer (DST): EEST (UTC+3)
Climate: Temperate, warm summers and fairly severe winters
Government type: Parliamentary Republic
Country code: EST
Kama – finely milled flour mixture eaten mixed with milk, buttermilk or kefir as a mush.
Mulgikapsad – sauerkraut and pork stew. Usually, Mulgikapsad is served with boiled potatoes. It is easy to make, but good to taste!
Hakkliha kotlets – veal, beef and pork are combined with eggs and spices. They have patties form and are fried when dipped in bread crumbs.
Kiluvõileib – sprat sandwich.
Tallinn is a capital of Estonia and, therefore, one of the most famous and interesting cities to go to that annually attracts 10 times more tourists and visitors than its population. It radiates an exciting mix of old and new, contrasting its UNESCO-listed Old Town full of medieval streetscapes and ancient churches with new modern towers and luxurious hotels. If that’s not enough, Tallinn also has a coastline with the Baltic Sea and is very easily explored on foot.
Pärnu is a number one Estonia’s summer destination located at the Pärnu Bay in the southwestern part of the country. Obviously it has a large and sunny beach, but besides this, the city also has to offer numerous both fancy and simple restaurants, cocktails bars, spas and everything else that an outstanding resort needs. No wonder it is regarded as one of the best cities in Estonia, right?
Tartu is one of the most visited cities in Estonia and is a second largest one there. Tartu can appeal to all as it can offer so many different things: a beautiful landscape of lakes and gentle hills, you can also visit the biggest science center in the Baltics and/or a bohemian neighborhood of ‘Soup Town’ (Supillinn) which can make you feel like you have just travelled to the previous century.
Otepää is a winter capital of Estonia, so if you are looking for some skiing or other winter sports it is a perfect place for you. It is a beautiful little town in the southern part of Estonia surrounded by rolling hills, lakes and small rivers, which makes it a perfect city to visit for any nature lover.
Kuressaare is a quiet and cozy town located in the largest Estonia’s island Saaremaa. The town is most famous for its Kuressaare Castle build back in the 14th century and now housing the Saaremaa Museum, one of the largest and most visited museums in the country.
The best time to visit Estonia depends on whether you are a sandy-warm-beaches or a skiing-extreme-sports kind of person. If you’re the former, the months to visit are between May and July, if the latter then you should definitely visit it during December or June.
Soomaa national park is one of the most unique places to visit in Estonia for experiencing what nature almost completely untouched by a human hand can offer. This second largest national park in Estonia situated on the border of Parnu County invites everyone to go canoeing or even on special wilderness day-trips in order to get a good sense of what mysterious yet charming flooded forests and bayous looks and feels like.
Saaremaa Island is the largest island in Estonia that has plenty of natural jewels one can visit and admire such as timber windmills, breezy meadows, magical Kaali meteorite craters, Bear Lake or even the hot springs of Puhatu. In its capital, Kuressaare, you can also find excellent restaurants and hotels if you feel like you want to further explore this magical place, which will no doubt be the case.
Kumu Art Museum is one of the largest museums in Estonia and in all Northern Europe. It is one of the most recommended places to visit in Tallinn because the museum introduces the Estonian art from the beginning of 18th century until the year 1991, which makes it a great way of learning and understanding Estonian culture more deeply. Also, the complex itself is a work of art that was designed and build in a span of almost 10 years so it is definitely a must see!
Tallinn Zoo is a nice place to visit in Estonia for both kids and adults as it houses more than 13,000 various animals. You can visit the animals in their tropic houses, elephant house, Alpinarium and the Middle Asia Complex that has camels, bisons and Przewalski’s horses living there. Tallinn zoo is the most visited zoo in all Baltic states so it really is highly recommended to go and visit it.
Tallinn Old Town is one of the best preserved medieval cities with spectacular Gothic architecture, winding cobblestone streets, medieval churches and grandiose merchant houses that have been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Apart from having such a beautiful and special history, the Old Town is also crowded with cool places to eat or grab a drink at where you can try Estonian cuisine.
The easiest way to get around in Estonia is by bus as it connects almost every corner of the country, whereas the railway network mostly connects Tallinn with the cities of Tartu and Narva.
Whereas you plan to travel, it is obvious that empty pocket would not let you to go far enough and see all what the traveller’s eyes need to see. So before packing your luggage plan how much you might spend, make sure that you know whether or not you need to change the currency, where to do it, what are the prices for food and what is the cost for trip overall might be. The level of the price for the various tourist entertainments as well as for the food and beverage and hospitality services and cost for trip may vary depending on the traveller’s preference’s and the trip longevity. Also, many agencies offer vacation deals, which allows the tourist to enjoy the travel by a good price. How much you going to spend is absolutely your business, but better to plan before you step in the airport or train station gates.
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