If you’re going on a long holiday it wouldn’t be right to focus the entire vacation on just one destination, especially if you’re headed to Tallinn. Estonia is full of unique tourist attractions. Stop over one of these locations on the reittimatka tallinnaan.
- The tourist gems in the area are the festivals and the water. In August, streets of Haapsaalu are thronged by people attending either the August Blues or the Airport Jam festivals. Both are filled with beautiful musical notes and culture.
- Kihnu Of all the over 1500 islands in Estonia, only Kihnu affords a difference that cannot be ignored. It is practically run by women who walk around or ride bicycles in their traditional wear. If you’re lucky enough to be there during one of the traditional weddings, you’ll have a three day treat of some of the culture so deep it earned the island recognition from UNESCO.
- Narva This is mainly a political symbol or a symbol representing political history. The town still possesses soviet architecture. The structures towering over the river traversing the city represent the border between Estonia and its former rulers. (Russia)
- Helsinki Estonia is so obsessed with architecture they have a church built inside a rock in Helsinki. The mode of transport is ferries. There will be several trips each day so you should visit Helsinki if you’re going to go to Tallinn.
- Lahemaa National Park. The most interesting feature about the park other than breath taking nature is the hiking trails on the bogs. There’s fishing too and old manors scattered on the park.
Although Tallinn is a tourist hotspot and most visited in Estonia, it doesn’t hold all of Estonia’s attractiveness. There’s so much more to see to last you scores of vacations.