Some of Estonia’s most strangely striking architecture dates back to the Soviet era.
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?
Pärnu is renowned for its charming beach, but there are also many exciting places here for families to visit.
Places of worship are manmade and natural in Estonia, from chapels to cliffs.
Thrill seekers will enjoy the exciting outdoor activities East Estonia's former industrial landscape holds.
On Pakri islands you will encounter a diverse landscape with exposed limestone and glacial boulders, and the Soviet era military structures
With over 3,700 km of coastline, Estonia is a seafaring nation with a strong nautical heritage.
Estonians are among the tallest and slowest in the world. This doesn't slow down the pace.
We invited journalist Radhika Aligh from Evening Standard over to Estonia to try out things the Estonian Way.
Kiiking is something you should definitely try when visiting Estonia!
Bogshoeing is the most fun and nature-friendly form of hiking in Estonia
If traditional skiing or ice skating isn't enough to get your heart pounding this winter, check out these heart-pounding adventures!
Three ways to enjoy coastal Estonia's sailing, cuisine and nature.
Accommodation for travellers seeking more than typical hotels and hostels.
Winter swimming is an endurance sport where the main focus is on strengthening the mind.
Sailing season for adrenaline junkies and those who just can't stay off the sea. This is sailing on hard-water, also known as ice sailing.
Practice your favourite winter sports like skiing or try something new like husky sledging in the sparkling Estonian nature this season.
Estonia has a range of calm and scenic lakes and rivers. Explore how to enjoy Estonia's nature from a boat.
Blood-pumping, adrenaline-packed activities in Estonia.
Local secret revealed! Here's a list of hidden berry and mushrooming spots across Estonia.