Diamond Hard was filmed on location in Loksa, North Estonia. Just 50 kilometers from the capital Tallinn, one finds themselves in the serene wilderness of Lahemaa national park. Visitors to Lahemaa can hike and traverse bogs for a chance to see lynxes, bears, wolves and rare birds. Kõrvemaa nature reserve is an expansive forested area located just south of Lahemaa and has plenty of wooded trails also suitable for cross-country skiing in winter.
Pay a visit to one of the quaint fishing villages Kasmu or Võsu to experience a slower paced coastal way of life, then stay the night at one of the many historical manor houses scattered throughout the northern countryside. Palmse and Vihula Manors offer luxurious accommodation and first class dining. On the other hand, be sure not to miss restaurant MerMer for a cosy, homestyle culinary experience in a wooden cottage. Valgejõe Veinivilla wine farm on the southern edge of Lahemaa offers the unique opportunity to taste wines made from local berries.