Holiday in Estonia: Saaremaa island - nature, history and spa. By Reviere Chaser
These picturesque places will make you want to pop the question to your partner.
Winter swimming is an endurance sport where the main focus is on strengthening the mind.
By following the example of locals, visitors can learn how to stay warm and cosy during a winter visit.
Thrill seekers will enjoy the exciting outdoor activities East Estonia's former industrial landscape holds.
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.
Ideas for adventurous travellers who want to venture past the main sights and explore mysterious, lesser known places.
Three ways to enjoy coastal Estonia's sailing, cuisine and nature.
Recharge your battery, physically and mentally, with these relaxing holiday recommendations.
Read what Audrey Gillan from National Geographic Traveller experienced during her trip to Estonia
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.
The Republic of Estonia is celebrating its 100th birthday and everyone’s involved – communities in cities and the smallest communities across Estonia.
The destination’s top modern artists bring their work to London’s most prestigious art galleries and festivals
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
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.
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.