Holidays in Estonia have been made famous by its forests, wetlands and offshore islands. It is a very friendly and attractive destination that draws in many people year after year. The landscapes of Estonia are picturesque and many couples and backpackers journey here so that they can say that they experienced the beauty. There is a lot of history to explore, including old buildings and various areas of the landscapes. When it comes to accommodation, you will find a number of hotels in Tallinn that are of a high standard. There are both large and small hotels offering a variety of board basis and ratings. The beaches in Estonia are covered in soft white sands and are perfect for relaxing on.
The resort of Otepää is home to the cross-country skiing world cup, so where better to try cross-country skiing than here. You can hire equipment and get tuition if you are a beginner so everyone can have a go. A brilliant place to sightsee is Haapsalu. The resort is very romantic with wooden houses and avenues lined with trees, making it a perfect destination for couples. Nature is everywhere in Estonia and the National Parks are a perfect way to view it. The countryside and forests are picturesque and you have the chance of seeing a variety of wildlife. Hiking and cycling are popular in areas such as Saaremaa Island, and the railway museum in Haapsalu is also becoming increasingly popular.
Estonia cuisine is popular and worth a try, however for those fussy eaters there is a lot of international cuisine available. The legal drinking age in Estonia is 18 and you will find plenty of bars that stay open late. Tallinn is a favourite resort for many tourists and is very popular with hen and stag weekends. Bars, restaurants and nightclubs can all be found in Tallinn making it the perfect resort for people that like to party into the night. When it comes to shopping, you will find markets, ceramics and clothing but most shops close on Sundays.
From June to August, you will find the hottest temperatures in Estonia, ranging from 10°C to 20°C. February is the coldest month, with temperatures reaching as low as -12°C. From late March to early April, you will find mild days and frosty nights so it is still important to wrap up warm. Although July is the warmest month, it also has the heaviest rainfall so it is important to arrive prepared.