Estonia is a must-see destination for anyone interested in European heritage. Architectural monuments from medieval to modern age are in top notch condition and open to visitors in the form of museums, hotels, restaurants and bars.
Start your architectural tour in Tallinn Old Town, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site, and head to old fortifications, churches, castles, manors, lighthouses and other examples of historically notable architecture. You’re bound to find architectural gems of your liking in every smaller and larger community in Estonia. Take a walk in Telliskivi or hop on a public transport to experience different areas of the city. In its own way it is like travelling in time.
Some of Estonia’s most strangely striking architecture dates back to the Soviet era.
Internationally acclaimed composer Arvo Pärt chose the pine forests of Laulasmaa as the home for the Arvo Pärt Centre. Come and see why.
Estonia is home to some of the most stunning natural and manmade wonders in Europe and the world.