Estonia is a maritime country washed by the Gulf of Finland and the Gulf of Riga. There are many interesting places in Estonia. Here you will be offered a variety of beach holidays, treatment with mud and mineral waters, a lot of informative excursions. A Schengen visa is required to visit Estonia.
Popular city tours
The largest city of the Republic is Tallinn. It is interesting to tourists at any time of year, there are many historical places: the Old Town with unique architecture, the Estonian Art Museum, the Kumu Museum and the Peter the Great House Museum.
The most popular resort in Estonia is Pärnu. It will surprise you with its special atmosphere, high level of service and uninterrupted nightlife.
Unique healing mud springs were discovered in Kuressaare on Saarema Island. Here in any large hotel you can pamper yourself with spa procedures and mud baths, admire windmills and swing on swings.
You can combine beach holidays with recovery with healing mineral water in Narva Jõesuu, a resort located in a pine forest at the mouth of the Narva River.
Forty kilometres from Talin is the “Singing Land” – Laulasamaa, a place where the whole family can enjoy a holiday. Water park, amusement rides, children’s playgrounds and beach volleyball courts, a whole town of entertainment on the beach.
When is the best time to buy a tour to Estonia
The weather in Estonia is capricious due to the proximity of the Baltic Sea. Winters are mild and snowy, with temperatures not lower than -7°C. The weather is perfect for skiing, sledging and ice skating. In December, the Ice Festival takes place in the small town of Pärnu.
In January and February you can fully enjoy the ski season. Spring is cool, starting at the end of March. In May you can observe the “white nights”. From mid-May to August the beach season starts, the sea warms up from +16 to +25°C, the air temperature is +20 to +30°C, but it is not hot outside. The most comfortable time on the beach is from mid-July.
In August it becomes cooler and rains more often. The beginning of September pleases with “Indian summer”, and then the first night frosts come, it becomes windy and rainy. In November, fogs envelop the land and winter begins.

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