The fresh air will hit on your face. The picturesque mist-covered peaks are beautiful, and those bright blossom flowers will make you feel relaxed and serene. The stream that flows between the warm light creates an incredible view.
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A Journey Back in Time
Blend Into the Lush and Luscious Landmark
Did you have the sneaking suspicion that you have arrived in another world?
If yes! you’ve mistaken. It’s Estonia that makes you feel mesmerised!
The scenic beauty that you see will make you forget about everything else in the world.
I know you’re looking for Estonia on a map right now. Well, before that, grasp what Estonia is!
Estonia is recognised for its lush woods, Tallinn’s lovely historic centre and pleasantly unique millennia-long history. Nature enthusiasts might find spiritual sustenance in Estonia’s sparsely populated countryside and vast swaths of forest. Tallinn and its charms have captivated Europe.
Tallinn, Estonia’s capital, is recognised for its wonderfully preserved mediaeval buildings, and UNESCO has designated the entire walled Old Town as a World Heritage Site. The majority of the structures date from the 13th to 16th centuries, giving it the impression of a story out from a fairy tale.
I’ll tell you the truth. Estonia is tiny; you can take your car and travel anywhere in less than four hours! Here is a list of Estonia activities that make this destination worth a visit.
Tallinn’s Old Town
It is one of the best-preserved Hanseatic town centres in the world. The busy village-like district has cobblestone lanes, lively cafes, and architecture from bygone decades. The oldest town hall in Northern Europe, built in 1404, features spectacular Gothic arches.
Raeapteek is Europe’s oldest continuously operating pharmacy. The 14th-century edifice has circular towers with fairy-tale-like coned roofs suited for a princess. In Tallinn’s Old Town, over two kilometres of the old city wall still stands.
Tallinn TV Tower
Tallinn TV Tower is Estonia’s tallest structure, towering 314 metres above the ground. The observation deck on the 21st level is Northern Europe’s highest open viewing platform. One of the less terrifying attractions is a high-speed elevator that whisks passengers to the observation deck in 49 seconds.
Aleksander Nevski Katedraali
With one glance at the Alexander Nevski Cathedral, you would assume you’ve stumbled across St. Petersburg. With five bulbous onion domes surmounted by gilded iron crosses and an elegant brown and white facade, the 120-year-old cathedral, located right across from Toompea Castle, emanates devout Russian Orthodox grandeur. It also houses 11 bells, including Tallinn’s heaviest, which weighs a remarkable 15 tonnes. Throughout the day, you may hear their voices resonating throughout the city.
Telliskivi Creative City
Telliskivi Creative City, located 15 minutes northwest of Tallinn’s Old City, is one of Estonia’s most excellent tourist spots. This “town inside a town,” located in what was once Tallinn’s industrial sector, is home to more than 200 enterprises spread across ten buildings. The indie businesses in Creative City provide something for everyone. La Muu Ice Cream Shop offers over 20 organic flavours, including cookies, cream, and peppermint stracciatella. One of the city’s most prominent cultural attractions is the Fotografiska photography museum.
Haapsalu Old Town
Haapsalu is a charming beach village located 90 minutes southwest of Tallinn. Its historic core remains on a peninsula, and the castle dates from the 13th century. The Lace Center Museum in town displays handcrafted shawls that are so beautifully woven that they can be passed through a ring. Haapsalu’s Old Town is well-known for its past as a resort region in the early twentieth century. You can honour this tradition by visiting a local spa and taking a therapeutic mud bath in the town’s ancient muddied streets and cobblestone sidewalks.
Pärnu, located two hours from Tallinn, is famed for its beach and small-town atmosphere. The spas in town all provide treatments that will pamper you from head to toe.
The town was created in 1265 by Johann Voldemar Jannsen, called the “Father of Estonian Journalism,” who founded one of Estonia’s oldest newspapers.
The island, home to a small group of 700 people, the majority of whom are women, is noted for its rich singing and musical traditions.
Narva River Promenade
The Narva River Promenade in Estonia is a one-kilometre-long riverside walkway, and it goes along the banks of the European Union’s natural border with Russia. Tourists can rent bikes, sun loungers, volleyballs, and badminton sets from this location.
Spend the afternoon walking or riding down the promenade, watching the fly fisherman and watching the sunset.
Without watching the sunset, your trip to Estonia is incomplete! Watch the sunset from Toompea Hill and the Teletorn Tower, where you may enjoy panoramic views of the Old Town and the Baltic Sea. Views can be experienced all the way to Finland’s coast on a clear day.
Estonia is tiny, yet it has a gorgeous environment, historic towns that resemble fairytales, delicious food, and no pollution or traffic jams. So, you can unwind peacefully in this lovely, tranquil setting.
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