The compact nature of Estonia and its cities, even the medieval capital Tallinn, allow you to see lots in a short time.

Tallinn attracts lovers of medieval architecture and yet beyond the castle walls is a thriving modern city, covered with wireless internet access and home to luxurious restaurants, hotels and lively nightlife that can compete with anywhere in Europe.

An increasing number of people come to enjoy the cultural attractions: opera, dance, music, art exhibitions and museums – especially the Kumu Art Museum (winner of the European Museum of the Year Award in 2008).

And if that’s not enough, then there’s the shopping: modern shopping centres exist of course but there’s a lot of fun to be had hunting out bargains and exclusive gifts (for your or your friends and family back home) in the small boutiques and specialist shops that permeate the Old Towns in all our cities.

Tallinn’s captivating and UNESCO-protected, medieval old town is the number one tourist attraction but Estonia’s cities have so much more to offer:

Whether you are looking for luxury & sophistication, simplicity & relaxation or just fun, fun, fun take a look below at what’s on offer in Estonian cities now.