Estonia has an extensive coastline stretching 3,794 kilometres, including over 1,500 islands in the Baltic Sea. Since the last Russian troops left in 1994, Estonia has been free to promote economic and political ties with Western Europe.
Now you can do it all in Estonia, the small territory which packs in some charming quirks without ruining your budget ... from blood sausages washed down with a syrupy liquor of unknown origin to abandoned Soviet military installations. Or go bog walking then get flogged with birch branches in a scorching hot sauna!
Regions in Estonia
It is situated in northern Estonia, on the south coast of the Gulf of Finland, and borders Lääne-Viru County to the east, Järva County ... READ MORE
It is located in western Estonia and borders Baltic Sea to the north, Harju County to the north-east, Rapla County to the east, Pärnu County to t... READ MORE
Saare County, or Saaremaa, is one of 15 counties of Estonia. It consists of Saaremaa, the largest island of Estonia, and several smaller islands near ... READ MORE
Tartu County lies in South Estonia, between Lake Vortsjärv and Lake Peipsi, and Estonia's only navigable river, River Emajogi flows through the c... READ MORE
Viljandi County is one of 15 counties of Estonia and is located in southern Estonia.... READ MORE