Best Insta-spots this spring

Source: Paul Meiesaar, Visit Estonia

Best Insta-spots this spring

 The spring is finally here and what better way to explore some of the most scenic seasonal destinations than through a visual journey through #VisitEstonia's Instagram account. Since most of us have smartphones equipped with cameras, you too can capture and share your springtime moments with us.

Valaste Waterfall

Valaste Waterfall, located on the Ontika limestone cliff, is more than 30 m high, making it the highest waterfall in Estonia.

Kadriorg Park

Kadriorg Park is the most outstanding palatial and urban park in Estonia, covering around 70 hectares. Its construction began in 1718 on the orders of Russian Tsar Peter I.

Haapsalu Railway Station

This resort town was a favorite summer holiday destination of Russian Tsars. The old railway station consists of four parts: passenger terminal, imperial pavilion, a sheltered passage linking those, and a covered platform that is 216 m long.


Treppoja cascade is located in the spot where the catchment area of Treppoja, which is approx. 10 km long and 20 km2 wide, sliding down through the slope of the limestone plateau into the Lahepere bay.


Laulasmaa ("singing grounds") beach, located near the Lahepere Bay, got its name from the so-called local singing sands. The beach is full of white sand and surrounded by a beautiful pine forest.

Last updated : 06.04.2019

In category: Tallinn, South Estonia, Nature & Wildlife