Estonia is a maritime country in the north of Europe. Its territory is almost half occupied by forests, and the total number of islands is more than two thousand. Tourism is well developed in Estonia. This is facilitated not only by the amazing nature, but also by the unique cultural heritage.
There are many national parks here, where visitors have the opportunity to observe the animal world on their own. Most nature reserves are ready to provide their guests with various types of recreation, depending on their preferences. Comfortable hotels are better suited for family holidays, and tent campsites will appeal to adventurers.
Lovers of history and architecture will love the beautiful winding streets, castles and palaces of the Old City. In particular, such as the Glen Castle, the castles of Maaryamyagi and Toompea, as well as the Tallinn Town Hall. As souvenirs, handmade linen and knitted products, colored glass products, as well as chocolate “Kalev” and the famous liqueur “Old Tallinn” are traditionally brought from Estonia.