Thin autumn jackets are forgotten, and real winter coats are out of the closets. Soon the snow will cover the land like fairy dust turning Estonia into a magical wonderland full of endless possibilities. Welcome Nordic winter! Even when the days are shorter, and nights are longer there are still several things to do in
Wetlands cover around 22% of Estonian surface, with 6% belonging to bogs. In the whole world, only the surface of Finland, our neighbour to the north, has more wetlands than Estonia, and Estonians take a lot of pride in that. Walking in bogs and picking berries are a few of Estonians’ favourite things to do,
In 2018 Estonia is celebrating its 100th anniversary - EV100. In this blog we introduce beautiful places, activities and things to do in Estonia, so you'd have a chance to spend your days here to the fullest and celebrate with us. Even though our capital is rather small compared to other European cities, there is
The first week in November North-Estonia Tourism gave awards for last year. Prangli Travel got the first prize as a tourism promoter 2016. We are absolutely thrilled and promise for next coming years many interesting and fun tours for our foreign and Estonian guests. Welcome!
All you have to do is set aside a few hours or a half day for an unforgettable experience. We will pick you up from your hotel in Tallinn and our guide will be with you the whole trip. Try out Estonian most beloved cross country skiing, search animal tracks in Lahemaa National Park, get
Estonia has won most of its Olympic medals in weightlifting, wrestling and cross-country skiing. The joy about the first snow is as exciting as winning Olympic medal. The skies are ready and polished already from last spring and eagerly waiting for snow. Well-maintained, brightly-lit ski tracks in the Tallinn's Pirita district provide the perfect place