Estonians – who they are and what do they think of their neighbours?
Estonians are simultaneously the world’s most advanced and most traditional nation
A nation's roots in a modern package - catch a glimpse of the new Estonian National Museum
Visit natural landmarks considered sacred throughout centuries.
Experience authentic Estonian culture through folk song and dance, unique language and vivid handicrafts.
Old Estonians believe that dusk and dawn are lovers, meeting once a year on the Midsummer's Eve. Celebrate Midsummer in Estonia's wilderness.
Have fun exploring everything from traditional Estonian island culture to beautiful old seaplanes.
A comprehensive list of accessible self-guided tours across Estonia.
Estonian society is young and digitally savvy. What does this mean for the country in general?
The charm of foregone eras is still palpable in these places, but time has started to take its toll and the historic traces have begun to fade.
Free city tours, nature activities, places to visit and events will save you money during your travels.
Some of the best science, natural, children’s, art & history museums are also the smallest and most quirky.
Places of worship are manmade and natural in Estonia, from chapels to cliffs.
The colourful and ornate national clothes worn nowadays to festivals tell about Estonia's cultural history.
Introduction to Estonia’s larger islands - the culture, the nature, the festivals.
Estonia charms with contrasts and continues to be a favourite holiday spot for a range of travellers.
A guide to seeing Tallinn's highlights in a weekend.
Some of Estonia’s most strangely striking architecture dates back to the Soviet era.
Ideas for adventurous travellers who want to venture past the main sights and explore mysterious, lesser known places.
Tallinn's top attractions entice visitors with a taste for traditional culture, contemporary art or even sweets! This guide shows you where.