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Would you like some peace and quiet, and maybe even some romance?
Introduction to Estonia’s larger islands - the culture, the nature, the festivals.
Even if you don't happen to be in Estonia right now, you can still explore the local wildlife and participate in a marathon. For those in Estonia, here are our suggestions for hiking trails.
Here are the top six recreational activities that can be enjoyed in Estonia that really get you face to face with nature.
Follow the whispers of the forest to discover something quite magical.
Embrace the nature and rest in the wild, here's a list of sustainable accommodation in Estonia.
Nature adventure destinations for those wild at heart.
There are few things in life as relaxing as picking berries or mushrooms in the luscious green forests of Estonia.
What can I do here that you cannot do anywhere else? Sing together as one with thousands of choir singers, extreme 'swinging' and touring in Soviet cars are just some fun things to mark down.
Ice roads are a special symbol of Western Estonia and without them no winter seems like a real Estonian winter.
Estonian landscapes are surprisingly diverse with a range of wildlife from birds to bears.
Estonia is a destination for bird watching enthusiasts, home to hundreds of bird species and large annual migrations.
Learn from brown bear experts when and where to see this massive mammal.
Estonian forests are dotted with nature cameras to provide curious nature lovers with an insight to the life of local wildlife.
Ideas for adventurous travellers who want to venture past the main sights and explore mysterious, lesser known places.
From wolf howling trips and wife-carrying to ‘kiiking’ on a swing, this country offers a range of unique experiences
Discover Estonia's unique heritage
Photographer Arnaud Lafeuillade came to Estonia and fell in love with the lovely Kihnu island
Experience authentic Estonian culture through folk song and dance, unique language and vivid handicrafts.
Estonia's second-largest city has been selected as the European capital of culture 2024.
Estonian dishes revolve around nature’s bounty, from the farm, field and forest.
Estonians have been using plants for food as long as we can remember. Plants are delicious, beneficial and easy to find.
Enjoy delightful vegetarian, vegan, gluten and lactose-free food at restaurants across Estonia, where flavour and tradition meet healthfulness.
Pure, fresh and seasonal local produce has made Estonia a top food destination in Northern Europe.
Estonian food experiences in a map
Genuine tastes from Haapsalu and Läänemaa: What to visit and taste?
Estonia's 30 best restaurants are now part of White Guide Nordic. Estonian gastronomy - once estonished, always a fan.
Estonia has many creative chefs and restaurants where you can try something out of the ordinary.
Have you been there, done that, or are you totally new to Tartu? Here's what you can cover in just a day.
Your perfect city break destination is Estonia. Here are some suggestions
From classical music to family fun - check out what's new in Estonia.
Take a break in Tallinn and press pause on everyday life. Grab your squad and explore this compact city where new art, food and entertainment spots are sprouting up all around.
How to travel inside Estonia? Check out!
Abandoned factories turned hipster restaurants and many other cool secrets of Estonia are ready to be discovered.
Tallinn's top attractions entice visitors with a taste for traditional culture, contemporary art or even sweets! This guide shows you where.
The small southern Estonian town of Viljandi is well known for the Viljandi Folk Music Festival, but there is so much holidaying to be done throughout the year.
Good old and brand new attractions in Estonia
When was the last time you headed out into the great outdoors?
What makes Estonian spas truly unique is that they often include a water park and relaxing sauna complexes in the same building.
These fun attractions across Estonia will make a memorable holiday for children and parents.
The smoke saunas — places to bathe bodies and cleanse spirits
Learn why sauna is the best place to relax and network, Estonian style.
Birch invigorates the body and refreshes taste buds.
Saunas in Estonia come in all shapes and sizes including in a barrel, on a boat and on board a fire truck.
Estonian spas balance high-quality and affordability for a luxury experience everyone can indulge in. Easily include a visit to the spa in your trip.
A selection of great health and wellness tourism destinations in Estonia
Estonia has a long winding coastline and a healthy spa culture. Here's how to take the most out of it.
New spa map invites you to explore Estonian spas and experience its extensive wellness offering
Inspiring tips when going to spa
Browse some of the most local and traditional treatments available in Estonian spas.
Medical spas have a long running legacy in Estonia, using local ingredients often sourced right there and then.
More and more men attend SPA procedures to escape the daily experienced anxiety and routine. Which procedures would fit well with men?
Afraid of the dark? Don't be! Get out and experience the Estonian nights with unique activities.
If traditional skiing or ice skating isn't enough to get your heart pounding this winter, check out these heart-pounding adventures!
Practice your favourite winter sports like skiing or try something new like husky sledging in the sparkling Estonian nature this season.
Thrill seekers will enjoy the exciting outdoor activities East Estonia's former industrial landscape holds.
Ideas for a wintry hike and a tasty picnic in Estonia.
Every year, resourceful Estonians have ideas about how to interpret traditions in a new way. Travel around Estonia and take a look!
When in Estonia for the holidays, don't miss out on Christmas dinner! Enjoy traditional local dishes in cosy restaurants and experience the tradition.
Most scenic frozen nature paths revealed.
By following the example of locals, visitors can learn how to stay warm and cosy during a winter visit.
Learn about the history of the oldest Christmas tree in Europe at Tallinn's Christmas Market.
Winter swimming is an endurance sport where the main focus is on strengthening the mind.
A Christmas in Tallinn will be an unforgettable memory to treasure for years to come.