Estonia Tours and Trips 2019

Estonia Tours and Trips 2019

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  • Latvia and Estonia Guided Cycle

    9 day bicycle tour through Haapsalu, Rohukula, Hiiumaa Island and 8 other destinations in Estonia and 3 other destinations in 1 other country

    Riga, Haapsalu, Rohukula, Hiiumaa Island, Kassari, Tallinn, Lahemaa National Park, Mustvee, Varnja, Tartu, Otepaa, Sangaste, Sigulda, Gauja National Park+12 more
    starts/ ends in
    Riga / Riga
    age range
    2 to 99 year olds
    Coach / Bus, Bicycle, Mini-coach, Ferry+2 more
    9 days
    Price per day
    You save $68
    25 May 2019
    6 spaces left
    8 Jun 2019
    6 spaces left
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  • Wander through narrow, cobblestoned streets of medieval Old Town in Tallinn and explore some fine architectural gems.
  • Catch glimpses of church towers, red-tiled roofs of buildings and sweeping vistas of the sea from the upper reaches of Toompea Hill or sit in silence at the elegantly decorated Alexander Nevsky Cathedral.
  • Find some tranquil respite in the stylish, baroque gardens of the Kadriorg Park or saunter through the hallways of the impressive Kadriorg Palace commissioned by Peter the Great.
  • Marvel at the futuristic architectural design of the KUMU Art Museum that houses fine Soviet era exhibits.
  • Kayak in azure waters or simply relax by the picturesque Pirata Beach.
  • Savor the romance in the Old Town area in Parnu, Estonia’s premier seaside resort town.
  • Visit an old brewery, explore one of the Baltic region’s finest castles and pass by spinning windmills on Saaremaa Island.
  • Take a detour to Kaali Village to see a gigantic meteorite crater.


  • Shops are usually open from 10am – 6pm on weekdays and from 10am -3pm on Saturdays.
  • The Town Hall area in Lower Tallinn has several restaurants and an exciting nightlife.
  • Ceramic pottery, glass and hand woven clothing are popular souvenirs. You can stop by at the markets near Viru Gate to shop for reasonably priced products.
  • Try some local cuisine, especially jelled veal and blood sausages.
  • Avoid cheek-kisses and small talk. Estonians prefer straight talk and formal greetings.
  • Many museums are not open on Mondays and Tuesdays.
  • For an authentic Estonian village experience, spend a couple of days with a family on a farm.
  • Try drinking some Kefir with Vana Tallinn, one of the finest liquor’s of this region.