Most beautiful places in Estonia



4 Things to Do in Estonia

4 Things to Do in Estonia

Found in northeast Europe on the fringes of Russia, Estonia is another under-appreciated but beautiful Baltic country. Nature is a big part of life here and much time is spent outdoors. Once you arrive, it’s easy to see why; the landscapes and national parks have avoided interference and are naturally beautiful, just as they should […]

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Haapsalu – seaside spa resort in Estonia

Haapsalu – seaside spa resort in Estonia

Haapsalu is a spa town located at the Gulf of Haapsalu, on the western part of Estonia. The city was founded in the 13th century and soon became the seat of the bishop. At this time, there was built the most important monument of Haapsalu – Bishop’s Castle. This Gothic complex dates from the 13th […]

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Estonia – Baltic pearl

Estonia – Baltic pearl

Estonia, officially the Republic of Estonia, is a country in Northern Europe. It is bordered to the north by the Gulf of Finland, to the west by the Baltic Sea, to the south by Latvia, and to the east by the Russian Federation. The territory of Estonia covers 45,227 km2 and is influenced by a […]

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Keila Waterfall – a beautiful natural phenomena in Estonia

Keila Waterfall – a beautiful natural phenomena in Estonia

Keila Waterfall (Keila Juga) is a beautiful natural phenomena, located in the northern part of Estonia in Harjumaa County. You can find it about 25 km south-west of the capital city of Tallinn, near the village of Keila-Joa. Keila Waterfall is the second largest and the third most powerful waterfall in Estonia. Keila Waterfall is […]

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Pärnu – Estonia’s Summer Capital

Pärnu – Estonia’s Summer Capital

Pärnu is a city located in the south-west part of Estonia. It is a popular summer vacation resort that offers lots of hotels, restaurants, and large beaches. For the tourists it is really interesting attraction. The old city of Pärnu was founded in 1251 and was merged together with New Pärnu in 1599 and created […]

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Jägala Falls – the biggest waterfall in Estonia

Jägala Falls – the biggest waterfall in Estonia

Jägala Falls are the largest waterfalls in Estonia. They are located approximately 30 km east of the capital city of Estonia – Tallinn, at the village Jägala Joa. These beautiful waterfalls are called Niagara Falls of the Baltic. Jägala Falls are about 8 meters high. The water of Jägala River cuts into the limestone and […]

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Tartu – the oldest city in Estonia

Tartu – the oldest city in Estonia

In this college town of Tartu with an amazing atmosphere you can see one of the most leaning buildings in Europe. Tartu is the oldest city and also the second largest city in Estonia. It lies in the southeast part of Estonia and it is said that Tartu is more Estonian than the capital city […]

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