Extend your stay in Estonia

Make your stay in Estonia even more memorable!

If you are wondering what to do in Estonia during your stay, we have some recommendations for you. If you do not find what you like, go browse the webpage of

Visit Estonia: Official travel guide to Estonia

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Tours you might like

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Tallinn Food Tour through Kalamaja: 5 Venues

Discover the Estonian food and history of Kalamaja, the bohemian district in Tallinn.

Highlights

Sample food at five different venues

Try some traditional Estonian foods like sprat, kefir, and kama

Stop at a Kalamaja bakery for fresh local pies

Taste some of the Estonian farm produce from meats to cheeses

Learn about the history of Estonia through the local food

Discover the historic Kalamaja district

Lahemaa National Park Tour

Have a fun day exploring the diverse coastline and nature of Lahemaa National Park.

Highlights

Fun-filled evening in the Lahemaa National Park

Hike through the Viru bog, unique wetlands in Estonia

Discover Jägala Fall, the biggest natural waterfall in Estonia

Explore the charming Altja fishing village and hike at the coastline

Learn about the old manor houses that dot the Estonian countryside

Roam the diverse seaside of North Estonia

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Coastal Cliffs & Soviet Paldiski Day Tour

Discover the coastal cliffs amidst the wilderness and the old Soviet military town Paldiski.

Highlights

See stunning limestone cliffs at Türisalu and Pakri

Admire the beautiful Keila-Joa waterfall

Discover the former Soviet military town of Paldiski

Explore the alien landscape of Murru prison quarry

Sit in the cockpit of an old Soviet military transport airplane

While driving south from Tallinn, make a detour...

South Estonia

Deep blue lakes hidden between rolling hills and valleys is what makes South Estonia a popular nature getaway destination.

Here you will find Tartu, the oldest town in the Baltics, which also happens to be a home to northern Europe’s oldest university boasting groundbreaking discoveries since the 17th century. 

A home to one of Northern Europe’s oldest universities, Tartu has a wealth of museums (such as Estonian National Museum) and an upbeat nightlife. Upon your arrival in Tartu, you are soon welcomed by a statue of kissing students standing in a large Classicist town square nearby museums, cafes and a large park formed around a hill.

Find out what to do in Tartu here.

Find out where to stay in Tartu here

West Estonia

Deep blue lakes hidden between rolling hills and valleys is what makes South Estonia a popular nature getaway destination.

Here you will find Pärnu, the ultimate summer holiday destination in Estonia, Pärnu attracts holiday makers with its large sandy beach, numerous restaurants, cocktail bars, spas and a relaxed, laid back vibe.

This medieval city has an easygoing and romantic flair to it. Pärnu is also home to a variety of spas from large water parks to more intimate and historical bath houses.

Long, white sandy beaches, shallow waters and “the best Sun in Estonia” attract Estonians and visiting guests alike. Beautiful beach promenade is ideal for walking, cycling and roller skating.

Find out what to do in Pärnu here.

Find out where to stay in SPA in Pärnu here