Estonia

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    Estonia is located in north-eastern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Finland. This Baltic state has over 1,500 islands with rocky beaches, forests, moraine hills, and glacial lakes.

    You’ll find majestic castles, churches, and hilltop fortresses throughout the country. Estonia’s capital, Tallinn, is known for its UNESCO World Heritage listed Old Town, where you can wander along cobblestoned streets and visit medieval structures. If you’re into the great outdoors, the Soomaa National Park has hiking trails and suspension bridges overlooking untouched bogs and glades. 

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    • Tallinn

      Tallinn lies on the Gulf of Finland’s southern coast. The capital city of Estonia features a UNESCO World Heritage listed Old Town, where you’ll find encompassing city walls and medieval architecture along its cobblestoned streets. The 314-metre-high Tallinn TV Tower, which has an observation deck on the 21st floor, is one of the city’s best vantage points. 

      Tallinn has several beaches that are suitable for swimming – Stroomi Beach is a gay-friendly beach north of the city centre, while Pirita Marina and Beach features a large sandy expanse that’s often packed during summer. Music festivals, like the Tallinn Winter Festival and The Estonian Song Celebration, attract thousands of music lovers from around the world each year.

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