Estonia is famous for its dense woods, charming historic centre of Tallinn and delightfully unique history that spans millennia. In recent years, the Baltic nation has seen a boom in tourism and even implemented a Digital Nomad Visa for those looking to stick around long term. Needless to say, Estonia is finding its spot on the map, and fast.


one of the least 
religious countries 
in the world

Despite being home to some of the most stunning religious sites in the region, including the famous St. Madeline’s Church in Ruhnu, the nation’s oldest wooden building and the stunning Orthodox Alexander Nevsky cathedral of Tallinn – Estonia is quite secular. In fact, it’s one of the least religious countries in the world trailing behind only by China and Japan.
Estonia has some of the cleanest air in the world. In fact, it ranks right up there with Iceland and Finland. Keit Pentus, Minister of the Environment, has stated that “in Estonia, clean air is as natural as tooth brushing in the morning in a decent family.” However, he also emphasizes that Estonians must strive toward “more environmentally friendly energy production and more modern and comfortable public transport.”

more than 2,300 islands

The thought of hundreds of uninhabited islands scattered across a glistening sea may not conjure up images of a Baltic nation. However, Estonia will surprise you. Estonia is home to a staggering amount of more than 2,300 islands. Many of which are completely untouched and unexplored and others loaded with ancient history and charm. The most famous of these Baltic islands are Hiiumaa, Kiknu and Saaremaa.

Over 50% of Estonia is forest

Speaking of clean air, more than 50% of Estonia is forest. It’s part of the reason that Estonia has one of the least dense populations on Earth and maintains its commitment to environmental conservation. Famous residents of Estonian forests include lynxes, brown bears and wolves. Estonia also remains in the top ten greenest nations on earth ranking alongside Iceland, Sweden and Finland. The land and nature is clean, quiet, calm, untouched, mystical and ancient.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites

One of the first images that comes to mind when imagining Estonia is the charming and romantic Old Town of Tallinn. The superb Medieval centre is one of the best-preserved of its kind in Europe and a main highlight of any visit to the country. The entire Old Town of Tallinn is designated as UNESCO World Heritage.Estonia’s second UNESCO site is the Struve Geodetic Arc, a chain of survey triangulations that spans from Hammerfest, Norway through the Black Sea across ten countries.

10 Best Things to Do in ESTONIA:

1. Tallinn's Old Town Tour
2. Visit Kuressaare Episcopal Castle
3. Walk through Pärnu Old Town
4. Lennusadam Seaplane Harbour
5. Estonian National Museum

6. Kännu Alpaca Farm
7. TYPA letterpress and paper art centre
8. Visit the Matsalu National Park
9. Taste Estonian cuisine
10. Visit the Keila Waterfalls

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