With its proximity to Finland, Estonia embodies much of the same feeling within its ethnicity and geography. A place with a strong legacy of Medieval castles, pagan ruins, German manor houses, and soaring Soviet skyscrapers, Estonia is a blend of European heritage. With the emergence of technology and an influx of business, farmlands make a charming backdrop to its civic life. If you’ve visited Finland and frequented Scandinavia, try Estonia for a similar experience. With Brownell, discover custom itineraries built around destinations you dream of!
Estonia has a diverse geography of beaches, old forests, and lakes. The country is also made up of around 1,500 islands.
The official language of Estonia is Estonian. Estonian is most similar to Finnish and is spoken by roughly 1.1 million people.
The best time to visit Estonia is during the late spring or summer when the weather is warm. The daytime is hot and dry, but the nights cool quickly.