The 6th edition of the Bradt Guide to Estonia by Neil Taylor has just been published. Now 300 pages, there is nowhere in the country of interest to tourists which it does not cover. It is as thorough on Hiiumaa Island as it is in the Town Hall Squares of Tallinn and Tartu.
The history sections have been greatly extended so that readers will now know what Eiffel built in Estonia, where cricket was first played in the the country and how active future American President John Quincy Adams was on his first visit. Equally the present-day coverage will ensure visitors are never lost, whether they want to find Miss Estonia, a shop with souvenirs made from juniper, or a Korean meal in Valga.