A guide to seeing Tallinn's highlights in a weekend.
Did you know that there have been over 3,000 windmills and 800 watermills in Estonia? Or that porcelain was made in Põltsamaa as early as in the 18th century?
Ideas for adventurous travellers who want to venture past the main sights and explore mysterious, lesser known places.
In the highest building in Estonia you can, among other things, experience what it is like to be a television personality and take an edge walk!
Time in nature is the best medicine for stress.
Some of the best science, natural, children’s, art & history museums are also the smallest and most quirky.
What makes Estonian spas truly unique is that they often include a water park and relaxing sauna complexes in the same building.
Winter swimming is an endurance sport where the main focus is on strengthening the mind.
Get acquainted with the Northern region of Estonia during this two day itinerary, perfect for a weekend getaway this winter.
Practice your favourite winter sports like skiing or try something new like husky sledging in the sparkling Estonian nature this season.
A Christmas in Tallinn will be an unforgettable memory to treasure for years to come.
Black Nights Film Festival and other cool things to see and do during dark Northern nights in Estonia.
Learn why sauna is the best place to relax and network, Estonian style.
Tallinn's top attractions entice visitors with a taste for traditional culture, contemporary art or even sweets! This guide shows you where.
Ice roads are a special symbol of Western Estonia and without them no winter seems like a real Estonian winter.
Have fun exploring everything from traditional Estonian island culture to beautiful old seaplanes.
Estonia is home to some of the most stunning natural and manmade wonders in Europe and the world.
From saunas to workshops, here are ten activity ideas for when the weather's bad outside and you'd rather stay cosy indoors.
Most scenic frozen nature paths revealed.
By following the example of locals, visitors can learn how to stay warm and cosy during a winter visit.