Discover the meaning behind “Nordic with a twist” - here’s a brief introduction to Estonia.
Find all the useful information you need about transport, visas, currency, weather, accessibility and more to easily travel to Estonia.
Learn about the history of the oldest Christmas tree in Europe at Tallinn's Christmas Market.
In honour of the centennial, Estonia is sharing its culture with international events around the world, including in London!
The music festival Viru Folk is held for the 10th time in one of the most beautiful places in Estonia, Lahemaa National Park’s captain’s village Käsmu
SEB Tallinn Marathon – the biggest grassroots sports event in Estonia and the best-known Baltic marathon takes place in Tallinn during 8-10.09.
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?
8 musical experiences in Tallinn before Christmas
Fresh air, mild temperatures and flat landscapes create the perfect environment for autumn marathons and races - running addicts, welcome to Estonia!
Proximity to nature brings these festivals to life.
Discover why Estonia is Lonely Planet's 2016 best value destination, and what to get up to in this, one of the greenest counties in the world.
Best places to visit in Estonia according to LikeALocal
These islands are quiet places for hiking, camping and enjoying seafood delicacies this summer.
Nowadays we’ve come to accept stress as a normal part of our lives. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Time in nature is the best medicine for stress.
Free city tours, nature activities, places to visit and events will save you money during your travels.
Visit natural landmarks considered sacred throughout centuries.
Being connected all the time can be become exhausting and at times it's great to just switch off and connect with the nature instead.
If you think Estonian nightlife only exists in the heart of Tallinn, you are missing out! Discover our gems for live music, cocktails and more.
A German guy Loe experienced Estonia in ways he never thought he would
Series of music events in Tallinn cater to fans of drum & bass, soul, electronic, reggae and anyone looking for a great night out.
What makes Estonian restaurants stand out is our penchant for using local produce to create authentic and tasty dishes without excessive frivolities.
These four wild herbs might look like weeds, but Estonians have recognised their health benefits for thousands of years.
Three ways to enjoy coastal Estonia's sailing, cuisine and nature.
Recently a TV channel from Norway called Matkanalen visited Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, and visited some great restaurants.
Explore art, design, film, cuisine, concerts and lectures at Tallinn Music Week 2017, one of Europe's leading city festivals.
Take a trip out of Tallinn and dedicate a week or more to your health with treatments that are based on doctors’ instructions.
What makes Estonian spas truly unique is that they often include a water park and relaxing sauna complexes in the same building.
Almost all of the Pärnu SPA hotels are located near the beautiful beach, providing a breath-taking view from the rooms.
From saunas to workshops, here are ten activity ideas for when the weather's bad outside and you'd rather stay cosy indoors.
More and more men attend SPA procedures to escape the daily experienced anxiety and routine. Which procedures would fit well with men?
Ideas for adventurous travellers who want to venture past the main sights and explore mysterious, lesser known places.
Inspiring tips when going to spa
A few tips how to have a fabulous spa break on a budget!
A guide to seeing Tallinn's highlights in a weekend.
Rolling hills and valleys hide some pretty scenic gems.
Take part in Estonia’s 100th anniversary with international events, a language game and more.
Tallinn's top attractions entice visitors with a taste for traditional culture, contemporary art or even sweets! This guide shows you where.
The must-know facts and phrases of the mysteriously unique language.
A journey to the land of Hanseatic merchants.
You don't have to go to a gallery or museum to view art in Estonia - it's all around you.
Estonia is home to some of the most stunning natural and manmade wonders in Europe and the world.
Kayaking in Võhandu river through the eyes of bloggers Jules and Christine
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
Water parks in Estonia feature exhilarating slides and aquatic attractions along side relaxing pools, saunas and jacuzzis.
Accommodation for travellers seeking more than typical hotels and hostels.
Thrill seekers will enjoy the exciting outdoor activities East Estonia's former industrial landscape holds.
In Estonia, the officials are generally English-speaking, the currency is the euro, and regulations are fairly loose, so no worries!
Spring is around the corner and Estonians celebrate this centuries old holiday with sledging, buns with whipped cream and other special foods.
Estonians have their own way of doing things, from unusual sports to technological innovations. Discover even more astonishing facts.
Hipster city Tallinn - full of artistic expressions, design shops and creative culture
Estonia’s second biggest town welcomes you with classical architecture, leafy parks, riverside and bustling nightlife.
Abandoned factories turned hipster restaurants and many other cool secrets of Estonia are ready to be discovered.
Kerli's favourite fashion and accessory designers from Estonia range from minimalist to whimsical.
Perfect presents for Christmas, birthdays or any other special occasion.
The colourful and ornate national clothes worn nowadays to festivals tell about Estonia's cultural history.
Go to the largest islands of Estonia by plane!
Welcome the New Year in style with music, dancing, feasts and fireworks across Estonia.
Browse some of the most local and traditional treatments available in Estonian spas.