Brochures about Estonia

Source: Kaari Saarma

Brochures about Estonia

Source: Kaari Saarma

Introduction to Estonia


This brochure contains a brief introductory overview of Estonia introducing Estonian culture, history, traditions,nature and way of life, proceeding from the core values of Welcome to Estonia (contrasts, first and fast, clean and northern, available, romantic). The structure of this brochure comprises four topics: city holiday, health holiday, Estonian differences and nature holiday.

The brochure is available in the following languages: English, Swedish, Norwegian, Chinese

Travel Guide of Estonia

This brochure is for those potential individual tourists who have already decided to come to Estonia and are now planning the trip in detail. The brochure offers three well-depicted routes to different regions of Estonia (the northern coastline, the southern Estonia and Estonian's eastern border) with many illustrations and descriptions of the sights the tourist will encounter.

The brochure is available in the following languages: English, Latvian, Norwegian, Swedish, German, Finnish, Russian

Family Holiday in Estonia

Happy puppy girl Lotte has already decided that she will grow up to be an inventor. Immediately after the start of school holidays Lotte decides to travel around the world with her friends. Seen from balloon is place that looks interesting. Estonia. They decide to take a closer look.The brochure describes different possibilities for spending a family holiday with children in Estonia. 

The brochure is available in the following languages: FinnishLatvianRussian

Cultural Vacation in Estonia

The brochure describes different possibilities for spending a cultural holiday in Estonia containing a brief overview of Estonian museums, festivals and the songfestival tradition, also of Estonian literature and Estonian food traditions as important components of Estonia's folk culture and also modern-day culture.

The brochure is available in the following languages: English

Wellness Holiday in Estonia

The most famous Estonian word is quite possibly terviseks (to your health). It's a favourite thing to say when raising a glass, but it isn't just uttered to amuse foreigners.Estonia has plenty of untouched forests, is a noted producer of superberries like the bright orange sea-buckthorn, has a sauna tradition stretching back thousands of years, medicinal plants (that are widely known and used), bracing sea air and curative mud with real potential for easing many aches and pains. So, to your health!

The brochure is available in the following languages: English

Nature Holiday in Estonia

This brochure is for those potential individual tourists who have already decided to come to Estonia and are now planning the trip in detail. The brochure offers four well-depicted routes to different nature related destinations in Estonia (the northern coastline, the eastern side, the southern parts and western route to the islands) with many illustrations and descriptions of the sights the tourist will encounter.

The brochure is available in the following languages: English

Incentive & Conference Tourism in Estonia

Haven't heard of us? Don't know much about our country? Don't worry. It's fine. We completely understand. We are hereby giving you reasons to choose Estonia and describing the highlights for any incentive and conference tourist out there. Take a new perspective.

The brochure is available in the following languages: English


Tips for Green Meetings in Estonia

Sustainability has become a high-priority goal in just about every field of activity, and the conference industry is certainly no exception. Though meetings, particularly international events, aren't inherently sustainable, there are many strategies and steps planners can take to reduce the impact meetings have on our fragile environment. Below is a list of tips that can be applied in Estonia and elsewhere.

The brochure is available (no print, only downloadable) in the following languages: English


Visit Estonia by Boat

The Estonian coast is unique for its untouched nature and uninhabited shores. Up to 3800 km of coastline, 2222 islands and islets: Estonia is an ideal region for boating. The brochure describes why come to Estonia by boat and includes a map of the marinas suitable for pleasure boats along the coast. 

The brochure is available in the following languages: English/German and Finnish/Swedish

Events in Estonia 2017 January-June

Here are the events full of excitement for the first half of the year 2017.

The brochure is available in the following languages: English, Russian, Finnish


Events in Estonia 2017 June-December

Here are the events full of excitement for the second half of the year 2017.

The brochure is available in the following languages: English, Russian, Finnish


Map of Estonia

On the reverse side of the map are 11 destinations in Estonia with descriptions and illustrations and practical information useful for tourists travelling in Estonia. 

The brochure is available in the following languages: EnglishRussianFinnishGerman


Map of the Baltic States

Detailed map of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania with 'must-see's and do's' in Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius.
Map is in German and Chinese.



Last updated : 29.08.2017
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