Estonia and its people, from ancient times up to the modern age.
Travelling to Estonia is easy, you can arrive here by plane, train, car and boat.
Visit natural landmarks considered sacred throughout centuries.
Which Estonian mythological creature are you?
Discover why Estonia is Lonely Planet's 2016 best value destination, and what to get up to in this, one of the greenest counties in the world.
Autumn is an atmospheric time to explore Estonian nature. You can find flora, fauna and some stunning scenery on these hiking trails.
While Estonia has always been a forested country, the last half a century has seen those forests increase in size.
Did you know that Estonia has around 1000 herbs to improve your health?
Estonian landscapes are surprisingly diverse with a range of wildlife from birds to bears.
Follow the whispers of the forest to discover something quite magical.
Explore these hidden gems and unique shopping opportunities in Estonia.
Tallinn's top attractions entice visitors with a taste for traditional culture, contemporary art or even sweets! This guide shows you where.
Estonia’s second biggest town welcomes you with classical architecture, leafy parks, riverside and bustling nightlife.
Enjoy delightful vegetarian, vegan, gluten and lactose-free food at restaurants across Estonia, where flavour and tradition meet healthfulness.
Guide to Estonian desserts for sweet tooths - where to go and what to order
Unique opportunities to dine in small, intimate restaurants and cafes. Get a taste of local ingredients and Estonian hospitality.
Tallinn's best restaurants are situated in breath-taking locales, serving up stunning views and local ingredients prepared by award-winning chefs.
Wondering what to do in Tallinn this weekend? Check out a list of parties and events in Tallinn this weekend.
Browse some of the most local and traditional treatments available in Estonian spas.
Learn why sauna is the best place to relax and network, Estonian style.
Estonian spas balance high-quality and affordability for a luxury experience everyone can indulge in. Easily include a visit to the spa in your trip.
Water parks in Estonia feature exhilarating slides and aquatic attractions along side relaxing pools, saunas and jacuzzis.
Take a trip out of Tallinn and dedicate a week or more to your health with treatments that are based on doctors’ instructions.
History of seafaring and coastal culture has left Estonia with a wealth of historical ships and wrecks to be explored.
Tallinn is a multifaceted jewel of a city: depending from where you look, it can be anything from medieval to modern. To admire its many sides, take
Indulge in some of the most remarkable hotels in Estonia.
Rolling hills and valleys hide some pretty scenic gems.
A nation's roots in a modern package - catch a glimpse of the new Estonian National Museum
Introduction to Estonia’s larger islands - the culture, the nature, the festivals.
What happens when Estonian chef meets FIA European Rally Championship drivers.
Get acquainted with the Northern region of Estonia during this two day itinerary, perfect for a weekend getaway this winter.
If the sound of an engine and the whistle of wheels makes you excited, then most likely you would enjoy visiting these places around Estonia.
Travel tips from Swedish travellers who recently enjoyed some epic holidaying in Estonia.
Abandoned factories turned hipster restaurants and many other cool secrets of Estonia are ready to be discovered.
Tartu's best restaurants offer limited-time menus of exotic local delicacies during the month of February.
Cross country skiing is a favourite Estonian winter activity. Listen to the calming sounds of nature while watching landscapes and wildlife go by.
Estonia garners international attention for some surprising and entertaining reasons. Find out what Estonia is best at.
Black bread, an Estonian food staple, gets its colour from rye, a grain with an extensive history.
Come find your rhythm in the dark nights of the country that is inspired by music!
The biggest winter events in Estonia include jazz music, film festivals and sporting events.
Pure, fresh and seasonal local produce has made Estonia a top food destination in Northern Europe.