In Estonia we have 4 seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter. Summers are warm while winters are described as fairly severe with snow, hail and ice. Read more about the weather in Estonia here. While season wary widely there are a few things you should keep in mind when coming to tours in Estonia. Here's
After being in Tallinn for a couple of days and seeing all the top attractions you probably would like to experience more of Estonia. A whole new world begins outside of the borders of Tallinn with lots to discover. Enjoy a day out of Tallinn on an Estonian island, or the most famous national park,
During winter time, Prangli Travel offers several winter tours in Estonia including ice-skating on forest lakes, cross country skiing, visiting the frozen Jägala waterfall and much more. However, today we’ll have a closer look at the Husky Park tour with dog sledding. Warning! If you’re not ready for some drop dead adorable pictures and a
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