Baltic Sea culinary - Estonia

Estonia connects the dots between Scandinavia, Central Europe and what lies to the east. You can fly, sail, ride or drive to Estonia from anywhere in Europe.

Estonia's capital Tallinn is the best preserved medieval city in Northern Europe. Estonia's UNESCO world heritage capital city Tallinn was granted city rights in the 13th century. Tallinn Old Town is filled with medieval houses and alleyways and is still protected by the remnants of the city wall. There are many legends and stories to explore.

Estonia speaks well as English, Russian, Finnish and German.

Estonia is about 50% forest. Estonians love their forests, bogs and all the creatures that live there such as lynxes, brown bears, wolves, foxes, rabbits and deers.

Estonia has a population of just 1.3 million but is larger than Denmark and Holland. Being among the least densely populated countries in Europe, Estonia makes for a great nature and city break destination.

Estonia has over 2000 islands. Estonian islands are mostly rural, some holding traces of local Viking, traditional and medieval culture.

Estonian Song Celebration dates back to 1869, attracting thousands of singers in every 5 years. Estonian Song and Dance Celebration is the local signature event and a reason why Estonians are often referred to as the "singing nation".

Estonia is a digital society. From voting to signing documents online, Estonia implements hassle free and modern approach to running one's errands.

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Modern day Estonia offers a range of inspiration to different types of travellers, from urban dwellers, history enthusiasts to nature wanderers.

You are most welcome to discover Estonian local food culture and lively country in one!