Discover the Beauty of Estonia – Like the crisp air of a cold winter’s day, opportunity fills the atmosphere of Estonia. Estonia’s rush towards modernity has been with arms outstretched. Recent investments in Tallinn mean you’ll find some of the best accommodations right around this capital city. If you look a little further afield, you’ll discover charming, seaside villages, spa resorts tucked into pine forests, and an outdoors prime for conquering.
Tallinn has always been known for its beautiful Old Town, but recent tourist developments in this capital city have added several dining establishments and chic nightclubs.
Estonia has rather cold winters and a summer season akin to North America. The Baltic Sea is beautiful any time of year, and though there’s just three short months to bathe on these beaches, the coastline is gorgeous no matter when you arrive – literally hundreds of road trips are wide open. The majority of these either depart from or arrive in Tallinn.
While it’s thought of as the medieval heart of Europe, Tallinn today is quite forward-thinking – everything from fashion to culture to music, Estonia’s capital is a fantastic place just to hang out. Estonia wasn’t always as accessible as it is today, but since 1991 it’s become quite the tech, art, and five-star luxury destination. Aside from Tallinn and the lengthy history of the region, Estonia is an especially popular destination for those who love the outdoors. Some of the best places to get your outdoorsy vibe on include the ever-evolving skiing fields, charming resorts, hiking trails through Lahaemaa’s National Park forests, and the pristine, untouched beaches on Saaremaa, the largest island of Estonia. Saaremaa is a perfect spot to set up base for a glamping retreat.
When your body is weary from all your adventures, consider the Kreutzwald Hotel, Savoy Boutique, or the Telegraaf. Kreutzwald is uber modern with a spa and sauna, and even a solarium. Their Brazilian restaurant solidifies their international stripes. The Savoy is near all the Town Square’s major historic attractions. And for lavish accommodations, the Telegraaf is classic grandeur on overdrive.
What is the Estonian experience you’re most looking forward to?