There is a place where island hopping is cool, getting a massage is a ritual, and the wilderness is your stage. Celebrities have come and lived the #EstonianWay. Now it's your turn.
"Driving in the middle of water feels like something else, it's really fun."
Going to the sauna the #EstonianWay
Romance the #EstonianWay
Playground the #EstonianWay
Choral music the #EstonianWay
Canoeing the #EstonianWay
Island life the #EstonianWay
Easter the #EstonianWay
Leaning tower the #EstonianWay
Spring cleaning the #EstonianWay
Luxury travel expert and Harper’s Bazaar journalist Anthony Berklich learns to make traditional rye bread with former First Lady of Estonia.
Come along with American blogger Shai Chung as she tries yoga on a river, the Estonian way.
YouTuber & BMX rider Austin Augie celebrates Estonia's 100th birthday by playing in a special ice hockey match.
Experience a true Estonian smoke sauna – and a dip in a frozen lake – with YouTuber & BMX athlete Anthony Panza.
American blogger Cait Weingartner discovers how Estonians do superfood while foraging wild dandelions.
Billy Perry, a YouTuber & BMX rider from the US, goes off-road BMX the Estonian way – in the snow.
Social media influencer Mustafa Kacar creates DIY street fashion with Estonian designer Roberta Einer.
Follow the Prague-based travel vloggers behind Honest Guide as they climb Tallinn’s tallest medieval structure: St. Olaf’s Church.
Latvian TV journalist and blogger Kristine Virsnīte goes to Tartu to explore family fun in Estonia.
Estonia is known for some pretty crazy sports – from kiiking to sauna marathons – so it may not surprise you that even kids’ playgrounds can be quite extreme!
Jari Kurri, the ice hockey legend from Finland, takes on a new battle on ice — the game of WildEst.
Get in the Christmas spirit like Estonians would have 200 years ago. Join travel bloggers Charlie and Lauren of Wanderers & Warriors as they make their own handicraft tree ornaments.
Ski editor for The Sunday Times Sean Newsom knew he had to try this insane version of downhill kayaking on snow from the instant he heard about it.
See how to plan a rustic, Estonian date on the heart-shaped lake with Erik Nilsson, participant on the Swedish reality TV show Farmer Wants a Wife.
A gourmet dessert gets a healthy, Estonian twist when actress Alla Dovlatova and her kids try making chocolate infused with kama – a traditional mix of grains.
In the forests of South Estonia, two architectural masterpieces let visitors tune in to nature. TV host and journalist Kristine Garklava visits both to achieve pure harmony with the wild.
GQ Russia journalist Ivan Glushkov learns the basics of Estonian gin distilling tradition on the island of Saaremaa.
See how to enjoy the famous Swedish coffee break 'fika' with Aftonbladet journalist Lina Sjölund above Tallinn.
We invited journalist Ashwin Bhardwaj over to Estonia to try out things the Estonian Way.
German photographer Johannes Hulsch comes to Saaremaa island for a sunset photoshoot at Estonia’s most famous leaning tower – Kiipsaare lighthouse.
Satoshi Miyagawa, a Japanese startup promoter, tries out Estonia's e-Residency program for himself.
Karina Oliani, an extreme athlete from Brazil, goes to Rummu quarry to try diving the Estonian way.
Come explore the raw beauty of North Estonian nature and the Estonian way of music – choral singing – with world-renowned composer Bob Chilcott.
We invited brothers Henry and Piers Nathan from Canon Photos over to Estonia to try out things the Estonian way.
Visiting Estonian museums is an interactive experience. Russian actress Alla Dovlatova came to Tallinn’s Kadriorg Palace and museum to travel back to the extravagant Tsarist era.
Come along with Michelin star chef Pierre Mathon as he preserves local Estonian food for winter.
Satoshi Miyagawa, a Japanese startup promoter, tries out ‘wasabi’ the #EstonianWay from a wild, local plant.
Finnish metal band Battle Beast comes to the Tallinn Old Town for a night to party like it's 1518.
We introduced skateboarder Sky Brown to a new sport – slacklining – and proved it doesn’t have to be summer to enjoy the beach in Estonia.
A little snow doesn’t stop adrenaline junkies from racing off-road motorcycles in Estonia. Join Latvian rapper Edavārdi as he takes Europe’s largest stationary indoor motocross hall for a spin.
Russian Instagram blogger Valeriya goes on a hunt for the most stylish present in Tallinn.
Star Chef and food journalist Alexei Zimin embarks on a cooking trip off the beaten track to the little known Estonian island of Viirelaid.
Fashion stylist Indra Salcevica discovers how The Estonian National Museum tells the story of a nation through surprising, interactive technology that’s anything but boring.
Marianne Zitting, a journalist at Finnish newspaper Iltalehti, experiences a unique type of Estonian sauna.
If you love everything about the winter holiday season, then Tallinn will exceed your expectations. Come along with the Konstantinov family as they explore the dreamiest winter activities in Tallinn.
How will British chef & TV host Jack Stein handle the Estonian way of massage – whisking – which involves a sauna and a bundle of twigs?
Herring is a fish both Brits and Estonians will recognise, but celebrity chef Jack Stein puts yet another unique spin on British kipper by using traditional, Estonian ingredients.
Aleksandr Snitovskii sets off for a date with Valeriya on the winding coast of Estonia.
Fashion stylist and blogger Maija Armaneva travels to Setomaa to try on the region’s distinctive, traditional costume known for its ornate jewellery.
Latvian pop-rock band Brainstorm comes to the Tallinn Old Town to try time travelling the Estonian way.
See why island hopping gets better in Estonia during winter with French YouTuber Hugo Décrypte.
Get a glimpse into the world of winter swimming in the Tallinn harbour with UK journalist Jon Cardwell.
London Evening Standard journalist Radhika Aligh tries her hand at sightseeing the Estonian way.
We invited Norwegian former cross-country skier Frode Estil to Estonia to try relaxing the Estonian way.
What’s it like to be a modern-day chimney sweep? Michael Friemel, host of the German travel show “da will ich hin!” on ARD/3sat, finds out.