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  • Canoeing in Sooma National Park

    Canoeing in Sooma National Park

  • Charming Kadriorg Palace, Tallinn

    Charming Kadriorg Palace, Tallinn

  • Future meets history

    Future meets history

  • Magnificent Narva Castle

    Magnificent Narva Castle

  • Medieval old town of Tallinn

    Medieval old town of Tallinn

  • Medieval charm of Estonia

    Medieval charm of Estonia

  • Nature Hiking in Endla Bog

    Nature Hiking in Endla Bog

  • Rakvere medieval castle

    Rakvere medieval castle

  • Tallinn Christmas Charm

    Tallinn Christmas Charm

  • Tallinn open air museum

    Tallinn open air museum

  • The Seaplane Hangar Museum, Tallinn

    The Seaplane Hangar Museum, Tallinn

Estonia

Recommended for:

Meetings
Concentives and Events
City- & Nature-based Incentives / Teambuilding programs
Cultural discovery & sightseeing programs

Best time to go:

May– August (summer season)
November - December (Christmas season)


Estonia is one of Europe’s smallest countries but has surprisingly much to offer; a beautiful varied countryside of islands, lakes, rivers and forests, dotted with historic manors, castles and quaint medieval cities. The crown jewel of sights is historic Tallinn, where the old town is so extraordinarily well-preserved, that your first step inside the city wall is a step hundreds of years back in time. Summer season is warm and wonderful for city visits and for seeking out adventures along the 3800 km coastline or in the beautiful national parks of the interior. Winter season is a magical time in the old medieval cities with charming Christmas traditions and markets and although Estonia has no mountains to speak of you can still enjoy some winter sports around the country followed perhaps by a traditional sauna visit.

Recommended highlights:

  • Lose yourself in Tallinn’s medieval Old Town - a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site
  • Experience the Estonian Song Festival (Laulupidu) - one of the largest amateur song festivals in the world (only every 5 years in July)
  • Canoeing or hiking in beautiful Soomaa national park
  • Discover the unique island culture of Saaremaa Island in the Baltic Sea
  • Fishing trips
  • Go geo-caching for one of the 1000 treasures hidden in Estonia.
  • Enjoy winter sports like skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing or ice skating (winter)
  • Take to the beaches for water sports and activities like windsurfing or jet skiing (summer)
  • Discover other Estonian towns like the popular beach resort town of Pärnu or the youthful and cultural university town of Tartu

Contact us for more information on programs in Estonia.  

Visit the website of our DMC Family office in Estonia

 

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