The only summerly outdoor theme park Lottemaa is located near Pärnu, a town in Western Estonia. Lottemaa sprang into being from Estonian cartoons about the mischievous puppy girl Lotte. Lottemaa is an exciting coastal theme park with colourful houses, home to warm-hearted and eccentric inventors.
Estonian nature – a sight of its own
In addition to attractions, Estonia has an abundance of national parks and nature tracks that are free for all, signposted and suitable for shorter hikes with the family as well.
The wild nature in Estonia is safe – there are no earthquakes, avalanches, rattle snakes or volcanoes. Clearly marked hiking trails lead to exciting places, are not too long or short and lead you back to where they started from. There is no need to bother with planning a route or fear getting lost. All you’re left with is the joy of discovery! Marked hiking trails can be found all over Estonia. It should not take over half an hour to reach one from any spot in the country. The hiking trails are easily accessible by car and there is a parking lot and a toilet at the start of each trail. It is wise to pack a lunch, as cafes in Estonian forests would be a strange and novel sight.