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Estonia


Journey Highlights

  • Tallinn old town
  • Toompea Castle
  • Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
  • Kadriorg Park
  • Kadriorg Palace
  • Lahemaa Nature Reserve
  • Metsakalmistu Cemetery
  • Peipsi Lake
  • Viljandi Order Castle
  • Soomaa National Park
Classic Estonia

Classic Estonia

Small country in Eastern Europe (some will now say of Northern Europe), Estonia is a Baltic country still spared by mass tourism where you will notice a mixture of European cultures, but also the relics of the Soviet Union. Estonia is a mix of modernity and tranquility. You will fill your need to see cities by visiting Tallinn and Tartu, but you will also be charmed by the silence of the countryside and for your moments of relaxation try one of the many spas in Estonia. For the hipsters, do not worry, this is a very modern country where you will have access to good WI-FI almost everywhere! The country is so small that it can be visited in a week and, in addition to all these qualities, residents speak English very well, so it is easy to travel!

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Journey Highlights

  • Tallinn old town
  • Toompea Castle
  • Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
  • Kadriorg Palace
  • Kurassaare castle
  • Episcopal Castle
  • St. Catherine’s Church in Karja
  • Kali Craters
  • Pärnu Seaside promenade
  • Rakvere Castle
  • Vihula Manor
  • Lahemaa National Park
  • Ethnographic village in Altja
  • Palmse Manor
Special Estonia

Special Estonia

The northernmost of the Baltic states, Estonia is bordering Russia, and faces Scandinavia, two regions that have in turn influenced the country throughout history. Now a member of the European Union, Estonia has taken a dynamic turn and excels in advanced technologies. From a tourist point of view, visitors travel to Estonia mainly in the direction of Tallinn, the capital: next to the modern towers, this city has preserved an impressive medieval heritage in its historic center, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Unesco! The rest of the country remains less visited, yet nature lovers should feast in the great Estonian areas, covered with taiga on almost half of its surface! A flat country, water accumulates forming large wetlands characterized by lakes and peats, encompassed in several national parks. Estonia remains a country particularly concerned with ecology. Walk along the medieval walls of Tallinn and visualize the images of the history books. Picnic at the edge of the murky waters of the bog Viru, and dare to take a dip. Take a trip to Pühtitsa to discover its convent, a true pilgrimage site for Armenians. Vibrate to the rhythm of student nights in Tartu. To meet one of the last matriarchal societies of Europe on the island of Kihnu, whose cultural space is inscribed in the intangible heritage of Unesco. Visit the mansions of Lahemaa Park. Attend a singing festival and understand why they are nicknamed Estonians "singing people" ...

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Journey Highlights

  • Old Riga
  • Dome Cathedral
  • St. Jacob’s Church
  • Riga Castle
  • Great and Small Guild Halls
  • Freedom Monument
  • Swedish Gate
  • Parliament
  • Powder Tower
  • Gauja River valley
  • Turaida Medieval Castle
  • Dainu Hill and Gutmanis Cave
  • Birini Manor
  • Ungurmuiza Manor
  • Old Hanseatic Cesis
  • Dikli Manor
Latvia and Estonia

Latvia and Estonia

Of the three Baltic states, Latvia is wedged between the other two, Lithuania to the south, Estonia to the north. A very low-key country in terms of tourism, Latvia is often reduced to its capital, Riga, as if only the latter had an interest in the traveler! Let us not be deceived, Latvia has many other assets, starting with its beautiful coastline, bathed by the Baltic Sea, large forests and natural areas preserved for those wishing to venture into the land, and a few small heritage cities ...

Tourism flagship of the Baltic countries, Estonia is a favorite place for nature lovers and green spaces. Bordering Latvia and Russia, the country offers varied landscapes, ranging from charming fishing villages to lush parks and gardens in the north and west. In the southern part of the country, nature also reveals its most beautiful colors. Although almost half of the Estonian territory is made up of forests, the country cannot be reduced to nature. It also combines history, culture and tradition.

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