Estonia will allow mass events for vaccinated, people who have had Covid-19 and people with negative Covid-19 test
The Estonian Government has decided on 14 June to allow mass events if only vaccinated people and people who have had Covid-19, as well as people who can show a negative Covid-19 test...
Estonian government leaves requirement on wearing face masks
Although the Estonian government on 25 May announced new relief on Covid-19 restrictions, people will still need to wear face masks, reports “Postimees.” In fact, this...
Estonia will decide on removing the need of wearing face masks
The number of people infected with Covid-19 in Estonia is declining rapidly and vaccination rates are increasing, so the Scientific Council has proposed to the Estonian...
Benefits for people who have had Covid-19
“The situation in Estonia is improving every day, but there are still restrictions,” said Visitestonia.com representative Kadija Grona...
Four more countries join those permitted quarantine-free travel to Estonia
When arriving from Bulgaria, Hungary, Liechtenstein and Poland you don’t need to self-isolate. In total there are 14 countries that you do not need...
Mountain biker from Estonia earns ticket to Tokyo Olympics
This year, the Tokyo Olympics will begin on June 23...
In Estonia no self isolation needed for arrivals from 11 countries
From May 17 2021, arrivals from 11 countries don’t need to isolate for 10 days...
Reopening theatres in Estonia: Brings both joy and extra work
The Estonian Government on Tuesday, May 11, decided that theatres in Estonia will be...
Ride with sled dogs!
Although you might assume that sled dog hikes, as the “sled” in the name implies, are strictly a winter activity, then in Estonia you can hike with Huskies and Malamutes all year round.
In Estonia, in a tent, but with comfort
In Estonia, by Lake Peipus's shores, You can also live in tents during the cold winter. Moreover, in quite a glamorous and comfortable fashion.
How would you like to have Valentine's retreat in romantic South Estonia?
What could be more romantic than discovering a new place with your loved one? Escape the ordinary in charming and scenic South Estonia.
The Story of Estonian Sport
The Baltic States' largest museum was founded in 1963, is currently called the Estonian Sports and Olympic Museum, and is located in Tartu.
Estonians invite Europe to dance the tough times away (video)
When things get difficult one can react in very different ways. That's why Estonia initiated a TikTok dance challenge - to end this year and begin 2021, with a synergy that we can only create together.
Best winter picnic spots for the outdoorsy types
If you thought that picnics were a summer thing then think again. Estonian winters are long and beautiful...
Pärnu City Government recommends, company confirms: you are safe here
Currently, it is important to prove to those arriving in Pärnu that local businesses have committed to complying with all the instructions of the Health Board...
13 things you might not know about Estonia
If you were to play connect-the-dots with a map, Estonia would be the link between Scandinavia, Central and Eastern Europe...
FIA World Rally Championship to be run in Estonia
Rally Estonia 2020 makes history by becoming the first round of the FIA World Rally Championship...
Things you can only do in Estonia
What can you do in Estonia that you cannot do anywhere else? Here are a few ideas to get you started...
Do it yourself - popular Estonian recipes you can make at home (video)
You can whip up Estonian style bread, a bowl of kama and a biscuit cake in the comfort of your own home...
Transaviabaltika reopens Kuressaare and Kärdla routes
Transaviabaltika announced to restore air traffic on Tallinn-Kuressaare-Tallinn and Tallinn-Kärdla-Tallinn routes from...
Wizz Air launches a new route from Tallin
The launch of this new route and the further development of Wizz Air's offering from Estonia underpins...
Spring the #EstonianWay
Spring is by far our favourite season. See why. Collecting birch sap. Refresh your body and mind with birch water...
The Bocuse d’Or European Final brings master chefs to Tallinn
According to Florent Suplisson, the director of Bocuse d'Or, Estonia is shown itself to be a competitive...
Estonia's 30 best restaurants are listed in White Guide Nordic
Boasting strong traditions, the Estonian gastronomy scene is remarkably colourful. Different regions...
The spectacle of the 5th season in Estonia
Somewhere in between winter and spring, the 5th season occurs in Estonia. This annual phenomena...
The Republic of Estonia will celebrate its Independence Day
Roughly 100 years ago, the Estonian people were caught in a battle for independence from the...
TOP 10 restaurants serving traditional Estonian food
There are plenty of restaurants that offer modern, gourmet interpretations of Estonian cuisine, but for the genuine recipes...
airBaltic Launches New Flights from Tallinn to London
The Latvian airline airBaltic will launch a new direct service from Tallinn to London Gatwick Airport on March 27, 2018. The two...
Adventure holiday in East Estonia
Sporting activities for thrill seekers lie in Ida-Viru, northeastern Estonia, less than two hours drive from Tallinn. The region’s rich shale oil deposits have fuelled a thriving mining industry, with some of the retired mines being repurposed with infrastructure for extreme sports. For instance, the ash hill of Kiviõli became a downhill ski slope, while the Aidu quarry became an expansive manmade lake. Depending on the season, you can either snowboard, ski, mountain bike and ride zip lines, buggies and motorboats. Grab your family and friends for days full of adventure!
National airline annouces three new routes from Tallinn
Estonia's national airline Nordica Aviation Group added three new seasonal destinations to its excisting routes. Starting this spring the company will...
THE MOST POPULAR
1 Nikos Travel
2 Jaunmoku pils
4 Līvānu TIC
5 Cēsu Kultūras un Tūrisma centrs
6 Rixwell Elefant Hotel semināru telpas
7 Rixwell Gertrude Hotel
8 Siguldas novada TIC
9 Krāslavas TIC
10 Atpūtas komplekss “Miķelis”