Estonia's orange medieval houses, stony castles & bright greenery is like something straight out of a fairytale.

It’s the irresistible mix of Eastern European and Nordic flavours.


The timeless sense of history and tradition.


Say yes to unforgettable experiences in the land of 5 seasons.


Estonia –

nature’s temple

2,355 spectacular islands. 1,000 legendary castles. 1 extraordinary capital. 

An Estonian adventure is waiting to be grasped.

Experience unspoilt forest or windswept island solitude, while still enjoying the comforts of a thoroughly modern, e-savvy country.

And then there’s the culture…

Dynamic festivals, vibrant handcrafts and rustic food. Ancient traditions are at the foundations of Estonian culture. No wonder it’s known as ‘The Singing Nation’.

Small in size, big in heart.

Its capital, Tallinn, is a celebration of history. Spend long summer days strolling through the medieval Old Town or wrap up warm and dive into its famous Christmas
markets during winter.

There’s a reason why Estonia is no longer Europe's best-kept secret.

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Practical information

This information can be useful when traveling to this beautiful country


Estonia benefits from a temperate climate due to its location near the Baltic Sea. In the summer temperatures can reach 30°C and visitors can experience “white nights” due to the many hours of daylight. Rain and snow is very likely in the winter.

Public Transport

Tallinn offers good public transport operating from 05:00 to 23:00, but the city is very easy to see by foot.


Estonia is an e-country, so Wi-Fi is available in parks, squares, pubs, cafés, restaurants, airports, trains and bus stations. Sometimes it is even possible to connect to internet in forest or on beaches.


Estonia’s previous currency was “Kroon” until it was replaced by the Euro in 2011.


Tallinn’s Old Town is home to souvenir, antique and speciality stores while the boutiques showcase rising Estonian designers. The contrast between centuries-old artisan traditions and modern elements is what makes the capital so interesting.

VAT Refunds

Citizens and residents of a country outside the EU can claim a Value Added Tax (VAT) refund when shopping in stores with “tax free shopping” signs. A minimum purchase per shop is required. When approaching the refund point, please make sure that you have the following with you: Your goods, your Global Blue tax-free form and your passport/ID.


Did you Know?

This information can be useful when traveling to Estonia

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  • Estonians consider sauna as an important part of their social culture. Their saying is: “Most wars could be avoided if people went to the sauna together".
  • Estonia has one of the biggest collections of folk songs in the world, with written records of 133,000 folk songs.
  • The country has more than one capital! Tartu is the “cultural capital” while Pärnu is known as the “summer capital”. The official capital remains Tallinn.
  • Nearly 50% of Estonia is forest. The forest has always been important place for Estonian people - it was believed to be a sacred place in Estonia’s primeval religion.
  • Munamägi (Egg Mountain) is the highest point (318 m) in Estonia and also the highest point in the entire Baltic region.
  • Estonia has the highest number of meteorite craters per land area in the world.

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