This cycling tour takes you through cities and countryside, starting in Estonia's capital of Tallinn, where you'll discover its preserved medieval Old Town and 18th-century Kadriorg Park. Then cycle through Laheema National Park's bogland, plus ride along the shores of Lake Peipsi, visit the city of Tartu, and bike on Saaremaa Island, Estonia's largest island with a beautiful windmill park. End the tour with visits to the towns of Kuressaare, Haapsalu, and Nõva, plus one last cycle through the scenic Noatootsi Peninsula.
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This exploration of Estonia starts in the cities of Tallinn and Tartu, where guided tours take you to hilltop castles, historic churches, royal gardens, and universities. Visit the countryside to explore the coastline of Lahemaa National Park and swamplands of Soomaa National Park. End your trip on Saaremaa Island, where you'll cycle to trestle windmills and bedrock cliffs, plus visit the small town of Haapsalu with its medieval castle.
A perfect option for families and couples looking for a short escape during the holiday season, this five-day trip will introduce you to Estonia's cherished Christmas traditions and charming capital city. Explore Europe's best Christmas market in Tallinn's Old Town, sip hot beverages in cozy cafes, see medieval streets decked out in twinkling lights, and take a snowmobile ride through a fairytale forest.
This 9-day itinerary is the perfect introduction to three of the most popular Baltic States. You'll begin with some of Estonia's most charming medieval sites in Tallinn, head to the quirky Finnish capital of Helsinki, and end your trip with some of Russia's most opulent landmarks and artworks in St. Petersburg.
Explore the beautiful scenery of the Baltic States national parks on this packed 11-day trip. Visit the medieval capital cities of Riga and Tallinn, explore beautiful nature in Lahemaa National Park, and relax on the white sand beaches of the Curonian Spit. Tour the fairytale Trakai Castle, discover regional architecture in ethnographic museums and see a vast variety of wildlife and plants at Panemuniai Nature Reserve.
Take part as Tallinn becomes the world capital of song and dance from July 4–7, 2019, when they host the XXVII Song and XX Dance Celebrations. This festival takes place every five years and has become a symbol of Estonian culture and identity, with thousands of singers and dancers participating. Pair it with visits to Tallinn's historic Old Town, museums, and culinary hotspots for a five-day cultural excursion you won't forget.