More than 50% of Estonia is covered by forests, which is why it is such a fantastic birdwatching destination in the spring, and the best place for outdoor activities such hiking, cycling and canoeing in the summer.
Did you know that Estonia has one of the the largest densities of large predators in Europe, including brown bears, lynxes, and wolves?
In 2019 Tallinn's Christmas Market was named the best in Europe! This should come as no surprise when thinking about the charm of its white rooftops and cobblestone streets covered with a layer of pure white snow.
Did you know that the first Christmas tree to be placed in a town square in Europe was the one brought to Tallinn in 1441?
Tallinn's Old Town is one of the best-preserved medieval cities in Northern Europe, and has therefore been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997.
Did you know that beneath the Old Town lies a labyrinth of 17th century tunnels and many of these have recently been opened for visitors?
As with much of Estonian culture, the local cuisine has been infused with some of the best elements taken from its neighboring countries.
Here you will find traces of Scandinavian, Russian and German culinary traditions, while always retaining its signature Estonian character thanks to pure, local elements.
These 'superfoods', which are fresh from the forests and fields, are bursting with vitamins and rich colors!
Could you imagine a more romantic place?
The trail at Lake Parika Väikejärv is famous for its heart-shaped bog lake.
The wide trail, which is covered with wood chips, is excellent for easy and leisurely trekking, even for people with reduced mobility.