Source: Rally Estonia
Official round of FIA European Rally Championship, Auto24 Rally Estonia takes place on the hills and in the valleys of South Estonia. 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. Here is a list of rally drivers' favourite adrenaline boosting attractions.
Harju maakond, Kurtna küla
One of the Baltic States’ biggest and most valuable collections, this museum has over 100 motorcycles, more than 50 of which, in various states of repair, are on display. The museum includes such world-renowned names as BMW, Harley-Davidson, Indian, AJS and Jawa. The Soviet motorcycle industry is represented by the IŪ, TIZ, PMZ, Krasny Oktyabr, Moskva, Kavrovets and Tuula, as well as the Estonian-made Vihuri rally bike. A true rarity you will encounter at the museum is a German Watt motorcycle from 1912 with a belt drive, and a twin-cylinder S-360, with a DOHC motor, made in Serpuhhov in 1960.Read more
Pärnu maakond, Loomse küla
The exhibition at Tallinn Car Museum includes 50 historic vehicles, the oldest of which dates from 1931. There are both Soviet-era and prestigious international models among the collection. Visitors can also admire a selection of model cars.Read more
Harju maakond, Hingu küla
Laitse RallyPark is a theme park that is only a 30-minute drive from Tallinn; it offers a unique opportunity to get behind the wheel of a rally car and take it for a spin around a 2.3 km track! You can choose from Ladas and BMWs. You can organize a fun rally sprint contest as a company event or as something special for a larger group, with two drivers going head to head on the track at a time. We can even arrange for certificates and trophies to be awarded after the event!Read more
Pärnu maakond, Papsaare küla
Constructed in 1990 and completely rebuilt in 2012, Auto24 is the only enclosed circuit for cars and motorcycles in Estonia. Races can be held on four courses of differing lengths and layouts, the longest of which measures 3.2 km. Northern European, Scandinavian, Finnish, Estonian and Baltic championship stages are held on the circuit. Take a look at the calendar of events! 2-litre Formula Renault car stages can also be held on the circuit. Everyone is welcome to come and use the circuit themselves at any time (except when competitions are being held). You can get behind the wheel of a BMW 325, Toyota GT86 or Formula Renault 2.0! In the interests of safety, odd days are reserved for cars and even days are reserved for motorcycles.