The most northern country in the Baltic States, Estonia offers much more than what travellers may think. Although part of the Soviet Union until 1991, Estonian culture is closer to that of Scandinavia; and having joined the European Union in 2004, it is a well-developed country with a small population.
Meanwhile, the charming city of Tallinn is one of the best preserved medieval towns in Europe. The Old Town is a declared Unesco world heritage site; and the jumbled, cobbled streets, dotted with medieval walls and turrets are best explored on foot.
Plus, with huge forests, vast wetlands and 1,500 islands – such as easy-to-reach Mulu – Estonia boats a wealth of features for travellers.
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