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Introduction to Estonia

 

This brochure contains a brief introductory overview of Estonia introducing Estonian culture, history, traditions,nature and way of life, proceeding from the core values of Welcome to Estonia (contrasts, first and fast, clean and northern, available, romantic). The structure of this brochure comprises four topics: city holiday, health holiday, Estonian differences and nature holiday.
The brochure is available in the following languages: English, German, Russian, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish and French.

Estonian travel guide

This brochure is for those potential individual tourists who have already decided to come to Estonia and are now planning the trip in detail. The brochure offers three well-depicted routes to different regions of Estonia (the northern coastline, the southern Estonia and Estonian's eastern border) with many illustrations and descriptions of the sights the tourist will encounter.
The brochure is available in the following languages: Estonian, English, Spanish, Italian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Norwegian, Polish, French, Swedish, German, Finnish and Russian.

Map of Estonia

On the reverse side of the map are 11 destinations in Estonia with descriptions and illustrations and practical information useful for tourists travelling in Estonia.
The brochure is available in the following languages: English, German, FinnishRussian and Italian.

Estonian differences

10 main reasons why Estonia stands out as a travel destination compared to neighbouring countries.
The brochure is available in the following languages: Estonian, English, Spanish, Italian, French, Japanese and German.

Introduction to Estonia: voice-over presentation

The presentation covers four topics - city-break in Estonia, Estonian differences, nature holiday and wellness holidays in Estonia.
Download the presentation in the following languages: English, Russian, Swedish, German, Italian, SpanishNorwegian, French and Chinese.

Cultural holiday

The brochure describes different possibilities for spending a cultural holiday in Estonia containing a brief overview of Estonian museums, festivals and the songfestival tradition, also of Estonian literature and Estonian food traditions as important components of Estonia's folk culture and also modern-day culture.
The publication is available in the following languages: Estonian, English, Italian, Spanish, Latvian, Norwegian, French, Swedish, German, Finnish and Russian.

Incentive and conference tourism

The brochure is for foreign companies that organise incentive and business tourism and for foreign corporations that are searching for new locations and possibilities to organise bonus and motivational trips for their staff or customers.
The brochure is available in the following languages: English, German, Russian and Japanese.

Nature holiday

This brochure contains recommendations about what can be seen and done in the Estonian well-preserved nature.
The brochure is available in the following languages: Estonian, English, Spanish, Italian, French, German, Finnish and Russian.

Family holiday

This is a brochures introducing Estonia for children through the eyes of legendary little dog-girl Lotte.
The brochures is available in the following languages: Estonian, English, Finnish, German, Lithuanian, Latvian, Swedish and Russian.

Wellness holiday

The brochure describes the history and traditions of Estonian spas, also providing an overview of other health holiday possibilities in Estonia.
The brochure is available in the following languages: Estonian, English, Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish and Russian.