Estonia's winners are the islands of Hiiumaa and Saaremaa, Järvamaa, Lahemaa, Tartu, Pärnu and Rakvere.
Nominations were evaluated by the Sustainable Top 100 Team, country experts and Green Destination Partners, coordinated by Green Destinations. This year, the selection was more than ever determined by the quality, effectiveness and transferability of the Good Practice Stories that were submitted by the destinations. Top 100 participants have been invited to be featured in the Good Travel Guide, enabling them to tell their sustainability stories to interested travellers.
See more from the Green Destinations website.
In addition to this, destination Pärnu won the main prize for sustainable tourism in the Baltic Sea region and Saaremaa island came second! And the famous Tallinn Christmas Market that was named the best in Europe last year, has this year been named the second safest amidst the pandemic.
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