Why should you visit Tallinn at the end of November, at the darkest time of the year when there’s only six hours of light?
Thrill seekers will enjoy the exciting outdoor activities East Estonia's former industrial landscape holds.
What makes Estonian restaurants stand out is our penchant for using local produce to create authentic and tasty dishes without excessive frivolities.
Winter swimming is an endurance sport where the main focus is on strengthening the mind.
Estonians have always had a soft spot for sweets. Find out where to taste some of the most delectable and unique chocolate and marzipan in Europe.
Estonia is a great place for bicycle trips – the distances are short, the nature diverse and we have a continuously developed network of bike roads
Learn about the history of the oldest Christmas tree in Europe at Tallinn's Christmas Market.
Time in nature is the best medicine for stress.
Tartu Maraton has been the main sports event to shape the face of Estonian sports culture.
Bocuse d'Or - the European Final of the world’s most prestigious gastronomic competition - will be held in Tallinn in May 2020
From BMX and cyclocross to road and mountain biking, you don't have to be a professional cyclists to enjoy these sporting events throughout the year.
Estonia is home to some of the most stunning natural and manmade wonders in Europe and the world.
Ice roads are a special symbol of Western Estonia and without them no winter seems like a real Estonian winter.
Spring is around the corner and Estonians celebrate this centuries old holiday with sledging, buns with whipped cream and other special foods.
Series of music events in Tallinn cater to fans of drum & bass, soul, electronic, reggae and anyone looking for a great night out.
These four wild herbs might look like weeds, but Estonians have recognised their health benefits for thousands of years.
Estonian spas balance high-quality and affordability for a luxury experience everyone can indulge in. Easily include a visit to the spa in your trip.
Come feel the thrill of the classics, in Estonia's most intriguing venues with international renewed composers and talented orchestras.
Fireworks, parades and a presidential reception mark Independence Day each year.
Tips on transporting your bike when visiting Estonia on two wheels
The Christmas holiday season is the most important of the whole year in Estonia and Christmas markets are the meeting places of cheer.
The colourful and ornate national clothes worn nowadays to festivals tell about Estonia's cultural history.
Estonian farmers' markets sell fresh, organic, handmade foods reflective of the region and seasons.