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4-day, 3-night itinerary

Enchanting Estonia

The charming country of Estonia is located in northern Europe on the Baltic Sea, bordering Russia. On your visit, explore medieval architecture, historic attractions and natural landscapes.

Itinerary

Day 1 Arrive in Tallinn
Day 2 Spend the day in Tallinn’s Old Town
Day 3 Overnight in Pärnu to spend time on the beach
Day 4 Explore Soomaa National Park before your departure

Highlights of the trip

  • Stay in Tallinn and visit the city’s Old Town
  • Spend time relaxing at the beach in Pärnu
  • Sample traditional Estonian and Nordic cuisine
  • Visit Soomaa National Park

Day 1

Begin your trip in Tallinn, the country’s capital. Stay at the luxury Hotel Telegraf, located in the heart of the city’s Old Town. Venture out to nearby Tallinn Town Square for some sightseeing. Later, make your way back to the hotel for dinner at Tchaikovsky and a treatment at the on-site spa.

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Day 2

Spend your first full day exploring the charming shops and restaurants in Old Town. There are several walls surrounding Tallinn,  built as defense against intruders. Today, visitors can still explore the Tallinn Town Wall and Towers. This portion of the wall connects three towers. Tallinn’s food scene is growing, so be sure to experience some classic Estonian dishes during your stay. Dine at Rataskaevu 16, located in Old Town. A favorite among locals, the restaurant specializes in elevated Estonian cuisine. Have a nightcap at Botaanik Bar. The speakeasy is tucked away on a street in Old Town.

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Day 3

Head to Pärnu in southwestern Estonia. The resort town is perfect for a relaxing overnight. Spend some time on the beach, with a stop to see the remains of a former wooden seawall. Visit the Pärnu Museum to learn more about the city’s history. Take in the city’s beautiful architecture, including stops at St. Elizabeth’s Church, St. Catherine’s Church and the Red Tower. Stay overnight at Hedon Spa & Hotel, located on Pärnu Beach.

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Day 4

On your way back to Tallinn for your flight home, stop at Soomaa National Park. The park features protected wetlands and is an ideal spot for birdwatchers. There are opportunities for hiking and canoeing.

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