Baking bread the #EstonianWay

with founder of Inspired Citizen

Anthony Berklich

Baking bread the #EstonianWay

  •   Source: Alari Teede, Visit Estonia

Source: Alari Teede, Visit Estonia

Source: Alari Teede, Visit Estonia

This is a country full of delightful contrasts: rugged coastlines and delicate baroque architecture, world-class fine dining and age-old recipes. It’s also one of the only places you can learn to bake traditional rye bread with a former First Lady. Luxury travel writer Anthony Berklich came all the way to Hiiumaa island to get a lesson in baking bread the #EstonianWay with chef, entrepreneur and prominent figure Evelin Ilves.

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Day one

Hotel Telegraaf

Restaurant Tchaikovsky

Day two

Arro Ceramics Workshop

Africa Promenade

Haapsalu Bishop’s Castle

Haapsalu Old Town

Cafe-Restaurant Hapsal Dietrich

Exclusive fencing – become a Haapsalu Musketeer

Rohuküla Harbour

Roose Country House

Day three

Suuremõisa castle

Tahkuna Lighthouse

Huusi Holiday SPA

Day four

Heltermaa Harbour

Kärme Küülik

KOLK Brewery beer tasting

Virtsu Harbour

Viirelaid Lighthouse

Viirelaid Lighthouse keeper's holiday resort

Day five

Paju Villa restaurant

Tallinn Old Town

Restaurant NOA

Day six

Telliskivi Creative City

Baltic Station Market

Restaurant Ülo

Kadriorg Park

Kadriorg Palace

Restaurant Mon Repos

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About Anthony

Anthony Berklich is a journalist for Harper’s Bazaar and the founder of luxury travel platform Inspired Citizen. He’s visited over 80 countries, and when he’s not writing, he’s consulting destinations and brands around the world. In Estonia, he especially loved the islands, describing Hiiumaa and Viirelaid as simply “incredible”.

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