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Estonia: Itineraries & tips

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"Estonia is one of the best remnants of a Soviet-era prison, left mostly untouched."bizarreglobehopper.com
"Estonia is one of the most magical places you probably didn't know existed."goatsontheroad.com
"Estonia is gorgeous, and Tallinn is one of the cutest cities I've ever been to - its Old Town is like walking through a fairytale!"neverendingfootsteps.com
"Estonia is a place full of beautiful sights, sustainable activities and, of course, delicious foods."drinkteatravel.com
"Estonia is known among some as 'Europe's answer to Silicon Valley' - their economy is one of the fastest growing on the continent."vickyflipfloptravels.com

Estonia location

Northern Europe

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Land borders

Latvia

Russia

Estonia at a glance

Estonian Kroon (EEK)

Currency

Estonian

Language

Cheap (2 of 5)

Level of costs

Trendy (4 of 5)

Tourism trend change

Very safe (83 / 100)

Safety index

Modern (88 / 100)

Human development index

Best itineraries

At Estonia (Northern Europe) you will begin your itinerary and it is a roundtrip from St. Petersburg. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
Many cities are snowy in December. As a
Russia (visit Russia itineraries) citizen you must get the valid visa before for Estonia. You can pay with Estonian Kroon everywhere. During your travel you have to speak Estonian but english should be enough for communication everywhere.
This itinerary brings you through Estonia and it is a roundtrip from Petergof. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
The itinerary visits mainly small cities. Many cities are snowy in December. As a
Russia citizen you must get the valid visa before for Estonia. You can pay with Estonian Kroon everywhere. During your travel you have to speak Estonian but english should be enough for communication everywhere.
The itinerary starts in Estonia, Northern Europe. After that the itinerary proceeds Latvia, Lithuania (plan Lithuania itineraries) and Russia. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities. If you prefer other holiday destinations you can look at this highlight. Gauja National Park next to Sigulda, Kemeri National Park next to Riga and Kemeri National Park next to Jurmala are the highlights.
You find the nightlife at
Riga (more about Riga) and Vilnius. Safe countries are chosen but be carefully in Russia. As a Austria (visit Austria itineraries) citizen you must get the valid visa before for Russia. The climate is snowy. Estonian Kroon, Lat, Lita and Ruble are necessary to pay. These flight connection are taken during this itinerary: Vilnius - Petergof. During yo
The itinerary starts in Northern Europe, more precisely Estonia. Lithuania (plan Lithuania itineraries) and Latvia are the next countries. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities. If you prefer other holiday destinations you can look at this highlight. Lake Galve next to Vilnius and Kemeri National Park next to Riga are the highlights.
You can enjoy museums, theaters and galleries at
Vilnius and Riga. Do you like nightlife? Then you will enjoy Vilnius and Riga (visit Riga itineraries). Many cities are snowy in April. Safe countries are chosen. There are one flight connection. These are Tallinn (see itineraries) - Vilnius. Estonian Kroon, Lita and Lat are necessary to pay. During your travel you have to speak Estonian, Lithuania (plan Lithuania itineraries)n and Latvian but english s
The itinerary brings you at the beginning to Finland (visit Finland itineraries). After that the itinerary proceeds Estonia, Latvia and Sweden. Most popular part is Stockholm (Stockholm in detail). Besides of a city there a nature destinations. Nuuksio National Park and Kemeri National Park are the highlights.
it is possible to go to many nature. Often you can take a bath. Do you like museums? Then you will enjoy
Helsinki, Riga and Stockholm (Stockholm in detail). At Helsinki, Riga and Stockholm (Stockholm in detail) you can enjoy nightlife. Safe countries are chosen. The climate is snowy. During your travel you have to speak Swedish, Estonian and Latvian but english should be enough for communication everywhere. There are one flight connection. These are Riga - Stockholm (Stockholm in detail). Euros

Things to do

Easily one of the most underrated countries in Europe, there are literally dozens of incredible things to do in Estonia, with these 13 being my top picks!things to do in Estonia We didn’t know what to expect, aside from the fact that it would be a key part of our Baltic road trip Though it is relatively low on the ...

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Tallinn (Tallinn itineraries), Estonia, is what the travel world still considers a hidden gem. Beautiful, historic, and brimming with delicious food and unique activities , it is nonetheless very much under the radar for most travelers. To visitors sick of crowds and hoping to experience a much more magical European destination, we say, ...

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2) Town Hall Square

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, a flat country situated on the shores of the Baltic Sea, is gifted with natural beauty such as beaches, old-growth forest, and lakes, but just like its fellow European countries , it is also blessed with castles, churches, and fortresses that tell visitors stories about the country’s rich history and culture.

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. country that used to be part of the Soviet Union. It’s grown and developed a great deal ever since the fall of Communism and since it has become an independent state. It is located in Northern Europe, on the shores of the Baltic Sea, and it offers quite a lot of things to do and see.

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Top Things to do in Estonia – Tallinn

Things to do in Estonia – Nature, Parks and Landscapes

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Eat & drink

The fact that this country is so small makes it actually an ideal base for exploring it’s neighbors on 1-day trips. For example, Riga and Helsinki can easily be enjoyed on a day trip from Tallinn without having to stay overnight. You can also reach St. Petersburg in Russia (Russia itineraries) in about 7 hours by bus.

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Before leaving Haapsalu behind we still visited the outside areas of the Railway and Communications Museum in Haapsalu. Old railway yard is full of nostalgic, long-time-ago retired locomotives, railway carriages and historical buildings and structures. We didn’t visit the small exhibition hall in the terminal ...

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After sampling the architecture of the city centre, it was time to start sampling THE FOOD. Our first stop was at Komfek, a cutesy arty cafe where Tiina ordered a platter of cheese, breads and dips for our starter. ...

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Mahedik Cafe

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Bring your own food to the hut for dinner and an early breakfast the next morning. It’s important not to bring alcohol, smoke cigarettes or walk around the area because the scent can deter the bears. ...

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General

I have to admit that when you are preparing your summer holiday to Europe, Estonia doesn’t come to mind, ever. That’s why last summer I didn’t go to Greece or Croatia (visit Croatia itineraries), but I chose Estonia. Estonia is Europe, have your national ID, even expired by 6 months, and ..

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2.Historic and cultural visits

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Here are the Top 10 reasons for visiting Estonia and why you should consider visiting Estonia for at least an extended weekend! The fact that this country is so small makes it actually an ideal base for exploring it’s neighbors on 1-day trips. However, you will hardly find it necessary, as there is so much to do in ...

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Well developed infrastructure

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We’ve traveled to a lot of countries and thoroughly enjoyed most of them. However, as soon as we arrived in Estonia, it felt different. It didn’t take long until we were in love with the country. If you aren’t sure what type of things to see, you can start here to see the top 10 things we loved about the capital city ...

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Pumping with excitement for your trip to Estonia? Don't forget the little things: ...

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Itinerary

Crossing through Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, this 2 week Baltic road trip itinerary is a pretty epic way to experience these gorgeous countries.our 2 week Baltic road trip itinerary Combined, these trips allowed us to discover the 3 countries of the Baltics, and to uncover just how truly unforgettable they are.

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This Baltic road trip itinerary will take you down roads less traveled, through parts of Estonia and Latvia that are little seen by casual tourists. I’ve omitted Lithuania (more about Lithuania) from this Baltic itinerary in the interest of time. Plus, Lithuania has enough quality attractions You can probably complete this Baltic road trip ...

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Este espacio está formado por tres países, Letonia, Lituania y Estonia, que pertenecieron a la Unión Soviética hasta el año 1991. Desde que se separaron, los tres están funcionando de manera totalmente independiente de la actual Rusia y no les va nada ...

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Costs

Stay – Five star hotels you really only find in the capital, Tallinn (more about Tallinn itineraries). These luxurious hotels cost between €125 and €140 per night. There are regular promotions and offers for four-star hotels, so you can book these for €70 or less per night. On average, the price is around € 90. A three star hotel starts for as little ...

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The official currency of Estonia is Euro. Estonia is a medium expensive country. It is the most expensive of the three Baltic countries. The general standard of living is good and food and accommodation both are pretty good for the prices charged. The value for money is ...

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Good service. The Xolo team is responsive and helpful. In most cases, their in-depth FAQ already has the answers to everything you need to know. When something is still unclear, the team typically responds very quickly. ...

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Accommodation

Estonia is bordered by Russia to the east and Latvia (more about Latvia) to the south. Estonia has 3,794 km of coastline bordering the Gulf of Finland to the north and the Gulf of Riga to the southwest, with over 1500 islands. ...

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Right off Town Hall Square in Tallinn (more about Tallinn itineraries), Estonia, stands the Hotel Telegraaf . Before you even step into the lobby, you know this is somewhere special, as the sign over the front door gives you a glimpse into its historic past – Telegraaf, Telephon, Post, 13 Nov. 1918. Indeed, this building that was once the main center ...

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Budget options in Pärnu are limited. We stayed in a twin room with shared bathroom at Tiia Guesthouse for €42. The room was simple but clean, and offered free wifi, cable TV, and tea- and coffee-making amenities. ...

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Hotels and hostels in Estonia are a little more expensive than the other Baltic republics. The cheapest option is a bed in a hostel dormitory. ...

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