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Find inspiration for your story from our articles about Estonia. From culture to cuisine, and from cities to the wild, we’ve selected some of our top picks to get you started.
There are few things in life as relaxing as picking berries or mushrooms in the luscious green forests of Estonia.
Even if you don't happen to be in Estonia right now, you can still explore the local wildlife and participate in a marathon. For those in Estonia, here are our suggestions for hiking trails.
Here are the top six recreational activities that can be enjoyed in Estonia that really get you face to face with nature.
What can I do here that you cannot do anywhere else? Sing together as one with thousands of choir singers, extreme 'swinging' and touring in Soviet cars are just some fun things to mark down.
From wolf howling trips and wife-carrying to ‘kiiking’ on a swing, this country offers a range of unique experiences
Ideas for adventurous travellers who want to venture past the main sights and explore mysterious, lesser known places.
Rugged Roadtrips lists some of the most fascinating facets of the beloved Estonian natural landscapes.
Estonia is a destination for birdwatching enthusiasts, home to hundreds of bird species and large annual migrations.
Estonian landscapes are surprisingly diverse with a range of wildlife from birds to bears.
While Estonia has always been a forested country, the last half a century has seen those forests increase in size.
Have you been there, done that, or are you totally new to Tartu? Here's what you can cover in just a day.
Tallinn's top attractions entice visitors with a taste for traditional culture, contemporary art or even sweets! This guide shows you where.
There is so much more to discover beyond the capital. A day in the nature is a perfect start.
The small southern Estonian town of Viljandi is well known for the Viljandi Folk Music Festival, but there is so much holidaying to be done throughout the year.
Your perfect city break destination is Estonia. Here are some suggestions
From theme attractions to great event venues - check out what's new in Estonia!
Photographer Arnaud Lafeuillade came to Estonia and fell in love with the lovely Kihnu island
Estonia's second-largest city has been selected as the European capital of culture 2024.
What makes Estonian spas truly unique is that they often include a water park and relaxing sauna complexes in the same building.
Estonia is a perfect place for introducing the pleasures of hiking to your little ones.
When was the last time you headed out into the great outdoors?
Have fun exploring everything from traditional Estonian island culture to beautiful old seaplanes.
What makes Estonian restaurants stand out is our penchant for using local produce to create authentic and tasty dishes without excessive frivolities.
Pure, fresh and seasonal local produce has made Estonia a top food destination in Northern Europe.
Estonians have been using plants for food as long as we can remember. Plants are delicious, beneficial and easy to find.
Genuine tastes from Haapsalu and Läänemaa: What to visit and taste?
Estonian dishes revolve around nature’s bounty, from the farm, field and forest.
Estonia has many creative chefs and restaurants where you can try something out of the ordinary.
Saunas in Estonia come in all shapes and sizes including in a barrel, on a boat and on board a fire truck.
A selection of great health and wellness tourism destinations in Estonia
New spa map invites you to explore Estonian spas and experience its extensive wellness offering
Browse some of the most local and traditional treatments available in Estonian spas.
Afraid of the dark? Don't be! Get out and experience the Estonian nights with unique activities.
Thrill seekers will enjoy the exciting outdoor activities East Estonia's former industrial landscape holds.
Escape from the chaos and buzz of the city to the tranquility of Estonia.