Things to See and Do in Estonia
If you want to “see and do it all” then you will need to spend all your future holidays in Estonia – or even move here permanently (many people do).
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Use trip planner and choose the most inspiring routes to discover Estonia based on your interests. The routes include places of interest, recreational facilities and eateries. Use our ideas for self guided tours to discover some of Estonia’s rich cultural heritage history.
Cultural life in Estonia is so diverse. Every day we have many exciting events, including exhibitions, concerts, theatrical performances and festivals. Also of interest are many architectural monuments, especially Tallinn’s Old Town.
Estonian landscapes are surprisingly diverse – deserted beaches, deep forests, picturesque lakes and rivers, mysterious swamps and rich flora and fauna are just some of the treasures awaiting you.
A holiday for your health. Estonia boasts five resort towns, more than 40 spas, a range of unique and luxurious manor hotels, and untouched countryside with the world’s cleanest air.
Estonian cities offer a surprising mix of architectural splendour, cultural diversity, exciting nightlife and all the modern conveniences you would expect in a European country.
Estonia has plenty to offer for anyone interested in active holidays: nature and outdoors, sports and adventures, summer fun and winter activities.
There are many exiting events going on all over Estonia! Get acquainted with the calendar of cultural and sports events before planning your vacation or week-end.
We are all different and enjoy life in different ways. Here in Estonia we want you to discover the beauty, friendliness and surprises that we have to offer – in your own way.
There’s no end of options for winter holidays in Estonia. Explore the countryside – go skiing, skating or sledging, and admire nature’s works of art. Enjoy the many cultural events around the country, stroll through the beautifully adorned Old Town in Tallinn and visit the Christmas market.
Estonia’s neighbours in Finland, Russia and other Scandinavian and Baltic states have long enjoyed shopping bargains in Estonia.