Travel to Estonia

Not so long ago Estonia was part of the Soviet Union, but many tourists after visiting it equated such a trip, as «abroad», everything was different. For today, being independent and independent, Estonia does not cease to be guided by guests of the East. You just need to get a visa and you can get into a fairy tale …

We go on a journey by bus

Such interest can be explained by geographical proximity with Russia, a simple procedure for issuing a visa and the relative lack of language barriers. Traveling to Estonia is a service of the highest level: historical monuments, attractions, medical treatment and recreation. The trip will not be a problem, for visiting the neighbor country. Quickly, but for an appropriate fee wakes the plane, a little slower and more budgetary will cost a trip by train.

If you want to travel even cheaper, then the bus is at your service. In fact, such a trip to Europe on their own transport will cost more. But you will have a great opportunity to ride around Europe, on the way to look in Latvia or Latvia, which are also interesting for tourists.

Estonian cuisine

In this case, you will not find exotic and complex combinations of products, but the quality and reasonable price are guaranteed. Special demand here for baking and dairy products. Not only the neighbors of Sweden are famous for their famous buns. Most gourmets during their stay in Estonia, buy chocolate. Here it is made with all kinds of fillings, sweets and marzipans. From strong drinks it is possible to note the favorite of tourists — liquor «Vanna Tallinn», it can serve as an excellent gift for friends and colleagues. Mulled wine and honey beer also has a great demand.

Healing holidays in the country of castles

In general, Estonian resorts are guided by the treatment of guests. There are combined components that help cleanse the body, strengthen immunity. Estonia has preserved a huge amount of the Middle Ages culture, Tooles Castle, for example, Wisenberg in Rakvere, perfectly preserved old churches, farmsteads and the Episcopal Castle of the island of Saaremaa. Very many of them are enrolled in the UNESCO list and are protected by the state.

In addition to the heritage of architect’s thoughts, many visitors to Estonia’s tourism can offer interesting landscapes created by nature itself. They have very poetic beautiful names, a tourist, hearing them, just can not resist visiting. For example, «Singing Dunes», Lake Pühajärv, «Valley of the Nightingales», which is considered sacred.