Being an ancient maritime nation, Estonian coasts are dotted with historical lighthouses that continue to top world listings for most spectacular architecture.
The oldest lighthouses in Estonia have stood strong and guided seafarers of all nations since the 16th century. A vast amount of dedication and craftsmanship has been invested in these architectural monuments, with Gustav Eiffel himself rumoured to have been involved in the construction of the 19th-century lighthouse located on the small island of Ruhnu.
Estonia is home to some of the most stunning natural and manmade wonders in Europe and the world.
Take a tour or go alone, but don't skip the Great Outdoors. Islands, lakes, and bogs—here are the top spots to immerse yourself in Estonian nature.
The best part about Estonia's most photogenic spots? You don't have to muscle through a crowd to get a great shot!
History of seafaring and coastal culture has left Estonia with a wealth of historical ships and wrecks to be explored.