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A small town nestled in southern Estonian hills and valleys, Otepää is a well-known winter holiday destination for all those who love the snow. Skiing, skating, snowboarding in all its forms can be…
The western coast of Europe’s 4th largest lake is dotted with traditional culture, scenic country roads and is an especially rewarding destination for those who enjoy fishing on ice and water.
This ethnic and linguistic minority living in an area covering South East Estonia and North West Russia are renowned, admired and loved for their impressive vocal heritage, traditional villages and…
Soomaa boasts giant bogs surrounded by forests, both wide and narrow rivers, diverse flood-meadows and flower-filled wooded meadows, where one can enjoy the beauty of untouched nature.
Deep blue lakes hidden between rolling hills and valleys is what makes South Estonia a popular nature getaway destination.
This leafy town of students, intellectuals and creatives brings back sweet, youthful memories to many who have once toured the city on a bicycle during their student days.
This adorable little town hidden deep within southern Estonian forests boasts impressive castle ruins, a former home of the ruling Livonian Order. The scenic views of the nearby lake and wooden…
If traditional skiing or ice skating isn't enough to get your heart pounding this winter, check out these heart-pounding adventures!
Have you been there, done that, or are you totally new to Tartu? Here's what you can cover in just a day.
Discover flora, fauna and some stunning scenery on these hiking trails.
From saunas to workshops, here are ten activity ideas for when the weather's bad outside and you'd rather stay cosy indoors.
Where can a family trip in Estonia take you within 1,000 kilometres?
2 days| 9 sites| 270.0 km| All Estonia
Estonia is home to some of the most stunning natural and manmade wonders in Europe and the world.
Otepää linn, Otepää vald, Valga maakond | (+372) 766 1200
Here You can see the ruins of the first known brick building in Estonia on top of the Otepää Hill Fort. Herman I, who became the Bishop of Tartu in autumn 1224, established the first stronghold of…
Bicycle route number 15 | Distance: 68.0 km | Start: Viljandi, Viljandi maakond | End: Elva linn, Elva vald
Bicycle route number 17 | Distance: 32.0 km | Start: Karksi-Nuia linn, Mulgi vald | End: Rūjiena, Rūjienas nov.
Bicycle route number 18 | Distance: 139.0 km | Start: Vehendi küla, Elva vald | End: Vehendi küla, Elva vald
Jaani tänav 16, Tartu linn, Tartu 51007 | (+372) 736 1545
Bicycle route number 201 | Distance: 37.0 km | Start: Palamuse alevik, Jõgeva vald | End: Palamuse alevik, Jõgeva vald
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