Art Nouveau - Riga, Latvia forward look here Unspoiled nature - Keila Waterfall, Estonia forward look here UNESCO World Heritage Site - The Curonian Spit, Lithuania forward look here

About Estonia

What makes Estonia so special? Here are the most interesting facts about this country on the Baltic sea bordering with Latvia and Russia.

1. Medieval Old Town Tallinn is the best protected and intact medieval city in Europe.
2. Estonia has over 1500 islands. Most are tiny but the inhabited ones offer beautiful, peaceful and friendly atmospheres and a traditional culture that opens a window on how Estonians used to live.
3. The Estonian Song Festival is recognised by UNESCO as a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.
4. Estonia is second only to Ireland in Europe when it comes folkloric history, stories, legends and songs.
5. Estonia has been occupied by Russians, Swedes and Germans. Each has has influenced the architecture of cathedrals, cobbled streets, manor houses and palaces.
6. Estonia is about 50% forest. Hiking trails criss-cross the forests, many of which are protected or part of National Parks.
7. Estonia is small. Distances are short and travel is cheap. It means you can squeeze in lots of sightseeing and activities in a relatively short period of time.

Please read more about Estonia here.

Baltic Catalogues
   Baltic Tours 2019
   Baltic New Year Tour    Baltic Winter Tours    Riga Christmas Tour    Riga New Year Tour    Copenhagen Winter Tour
   Moscow Winter Tour    Stockholm Winter Tour    St. Petersburg Tour    Tallinn Christmas Market    Tallinn New Year Tour