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Viljandi is a bohemian town. Ancient trees, settlement ruins, cobbled streets, and a beautiful lake.
Jõgeva is a small, green, and eco-friendly town with plenty of events for young people
The town of Võru – native wooden architecture, lakes, and friendly locals speaking a dialect.
The border town of Narva – two languages, two cultures, rich history, and diverse architecture.
Pärnu is a seaside resort town. A white sand beach, numerous cafés, restaurants, and night clubs.
The resort town of Haapsalu is known for its wooden architecture and exquisite style.
Rapla – a small town, which is home to a church with two towers, the only one in the whole county.
Paide is a pretty little town – a beautiful lake, colourful fairs, and unique fieldstone culture.
The town of Põlva lies amidst diverse and pure nature, surrounded by natural wonders.
Jõhvi is an historically important crossroads of transport routes. Around the city you will discover some dazzling natural sites, and you can also unearth the secrets of oil shale mining.
The border town of Valga. Contrasts, fascinating landmarks, and diverse cultural life.
The university town of Tartu – a wide range of cultural facilities and the distinctive Tartu spirit.
Tallinn has rich culture and beautiful architecture and offers all the amenities of modern living.
Kärdla has a cosy atmosphere and beautiful nature for you to escape from the noise of big cities.
Rakvere has it all: a health centre, medieval atmosphere, and jazz music in the theatre café.
Otepää is ideal for an active holiday – both in winter and in summer.
Kuressaare has beautiful architecture, slow pace of life, plenty of culture, and a great coastline.