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Cheap Flights to Estonia

Located in the Baltic Region of Northern Europe, Estonia is a country that shares a land border with Latvia and Russia. It also has a maritime border with the Gulf of Finland to the north, the Baltic Sea to the west and Lake Peipus to the east. Estonia is a relatively small country, divided into 15 counties and only has an area of just over 45,000 square kilometers. Because of its small size, all destinations in Estonia are accessible within a couple of hours from its main airport, Tallinn.

Despite being one of the smallest Baltic countries, Estonia boasts of many beautiful forests, rivers and several lakes including the largest among them, Lake Peipus. It also more than makes up for its size with its quaint country villages and seaside towns. Travellers will enjoy the city of Tallinn where streets are covered in cobblestones and lead up to many scenic ruins, historical buildings, unique galleries, charming cafes and interesting boutiques.

When planning a holiday in Estonia, there are a number of places to go, sights to see and activities to do while vacationing in the country. Here are just a few of the more popular tourist destinations in Estonia to add to the itinerary and should not be missed:

Tallinn – With the distinction of being Estonia’s capital city, Tallinn is a beautiful mix of medieval and modern ways. The city is also considered to be a shopping paradise for the country with many boutiques offering unique products of local artistry from pottery to fashion clothing by Estonian designer. After some sightseeing and shopping, relax and drink a cup of tea in one of the many street cafes found in the city. For the more adventurous, try the local bistros and wine cellars in the city.

Kadriorg Park – A district in Tallinn, Kadriorg is well known for its 290-year old park. Several museums are located in the park along with the Russalka Memorial. However, the most popular and impressive site in the park is the Kadriorg Palace, which was originally built as the summer home of Russian royals. Today, this architecturally historical palace is a branch of the Art Museum of Estonia and is home to several foreign artworks. The main branch of the Art Museum of Estonia, Kumu, is also located within the park. Kumu exhibits 18th century Estonian art as well as modern and contemporary art, both local and foreign.

Lahemaa National Park – Situated on the northern coast of Estonia, Lahemaa is the first and largest national park in the country. It is an unspoiled part of rural Estonia with beautiful cultural landscapes. The word “Lahemaa” roughly translates to “Land of Bays”, which is why the park was aptly given that name. The park has a land area of 725 square kilometers and almost 251 of those square kilometers are water. Visitors to the park will also enjoy the architecture and romantic scenery of the Palmse Manor. It is a 52-hectare estate consisting of 20 building structures. Don’t miss the Sagadi Manor with its Baroque influence. Several museums can also be found within the national park including he Viinistu Art Museum, the Sea Museum and the Kolga Museum.

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