News from Estonian tourism

Source: Kaupo Kalda, Visit Estonia

News from Estonian tourism

JOIN US at Destination Estonia ONLIVE 2021.


Thurs 29th April, 2pm (UK&I)

Visit Estonia is excited to invite you to join a live presentation to discover everything there is to know about Estonia! You will discover inspiration for new travel ideas and experiences, learn about the latest travel guidelines and gather tips and suggestions of the best ways for you, your clients or your readers to get the most out of a trip to one of Europe's most special destinations.

After a 45 min live studio presentation, a further series of 6 themed break-out sessions will be on offer where you can move around freely to discover more from themes ranging from Food to Culture or from Nature to MICE. During the entire event, our friendly Visit Estonia team will be on hand to answer all your individual questions and pass on their personal expertise.

Don't have time to watch the live presentation? Not a problem! You can watch it later at your convenience although active participants have the chance to win some amazing prizes.

This is a truly amazing opportunity to discover Estonia from new angles, directly from the experts.

Register now!

Introducing Estonia in North American cities in 2021

In co-operation with the Estonian Tourist Board (Visit Estonia) and the Estonian Consulate General in New York, video clips introducing Estonia will be running in North American cities throughout 2021. Liina Maria Lepik, the Director of Estonian Tourist Board, sees this as an extraordinary opportunity to show Estonia in North America thanks to good diplomatic relations with the Americans. The video clip from Estonia is already running on the world-famous Nasdaq Tower and on the Thomson Reuters screens in Times Square, New York City, while screens in Washington DC and Toronto's Atrium on Bay are lined up. Alongside Japan and China, the US has been one of the main distant markets for the Estonian tourism sector.

See the screens

Tartu takes 2nd place at Green Destinations Story Awards 2021

Like other Scandinavian countries, Estonia ranks high in the sustainable tourism index. Tartu, Estonia's second biggest town and a place that charms everyone with its environmentally friendly atmosphere and transport system, made it to the ITB Earth Award Super Final and took 2nd place in the global competition of destinations in the Environment & Climate Award category. The largest European tourism fair, ITB, announced its international Green Destinations initiative in mid-March. And guess what? The jury also fell in love with Tartu's urban transport solutions just like all the locals have.

Fall in love with Tartu

Last updated : 09.04.2021