Estonia is located in north-western Europe; its territory is washed by the Gulf of Finland. The total area of ​​the country is of 45.2 thousand square kilometers. Estonia is home to 1.6 million people, among which are native Estonians, Russian and Ukrainian people. Its capital is Tallinn. The official language is Estonian, but Russian and Finnish are also common. The dominant religions consist of Orthodoxy and Lutheranism. The monetary unit of the country is Estonian kroon. The head of the state is the president. The climate of the country is continental, but near the Gulf - the marine one. Estonia is known for medieval towns, ancient churches, monasteries and unique unspoiled nature.

Tourism in Estonia is popular for its unique ability to see a lot of Estonian places of interest, to improve health in the mud spas, and take a lot of photos. Among the famous mud resorts in Estonia, Haapsalu, Narva-Yiesuu, Kuressaare and Parnu are marked out. There are excellent hotels and resorts, and a developed infrastructure. It should be noted that the level of service and comfort that provide local hotels, meets all European requirements, and in the hotels there is a unique Estonian atmosphere of hospitality and kindness.

Sightseeing in Estonia. Estonia has a mesmerizing architecture; there is a large number of fortresses, castles, monasteries, and very well preserved medieval architecture. Estonia is known for its narrow streets, medieval fortresses and fortifications. Having booked a tour to Estonia, you just immerse in the Middle Ages, as almost every stone, every brick in the country's capital, the city of Tallinn, brings us back to that distant times. Staying in Tallinn, you should visit the ensemble of the Old town: medieval towers and numerous churches, castles, fortifications, the Town Hall, the Gothic Churches of St. Olaf, St. Nicolas, and others. The suburbs of Tallinn have wonderful places for hiking and cycling. Among the attractions of the old town of Narva, the most notable are the Castle of the 13th century and the Town Hall of the 17th century. Fans of peaceful and secluded relaxation can have a rest on the farms of the Estonian heartland with clean air, unique nature and environmentally safe products at their disposal.