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Hotels in Estonia

Hotels in Estonia

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Around 50% of the country is covered by forests.




The most commonly spoken language is Estonian.

Local Time

2 hours ahead of UK Time

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The most comfortable daytime temperatures for exploring Estonia are in late spring and early summer. The summer season is quite short, from mid-June to August. June is hot enough for the annual Watergate Water Festival in Parnu. The autumn is a pretty time to visit and see the leaves rapidly changing colour across the country.
Hotels in Tallinn, Estonia’s capital city, are ideal for anyone. The Old Town area is packed with medieval buildings straight out of a fairy tale, turrets and all. While there, check out the imposing Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and the grand Kadriorg Art Museum, or look over the magical area from Toompea hill. The nearby business district houses high-end hotels and the large T1 and Viru Keskus malls, making it ideal for a luxurious couples’ break.Groups should choose a hotel in student-filled Tartu to experience the culture by day and parties by night. By day, stroll through the tree-lined cobbled streets of the Town Square, which are filled with historic townhouses. Visit the Estonia National Museum or the AHHAA Science centre to enjoy the city’s rich academic culture. In the evenings, head to clubs like Püssirohukelder or Club Illusion to dance the night away.Families should choose a hotel near Parnu, as it’s a great base with plenty of family friendly activities. Visit Tervise Paradiis Waterpark for a fun family day out or check out Mini Zoo in Valli Park. Parnu beach is also a great place to relax and you can also try your hand at surfing at the Parnu Surf Centre. From the town, take a ferry across to Saaremaa Island to enjoy the striking landscape and unforgettable views.Hotels near Otepaa will suit groups, as the popular ski resort is one of Estonia’s best. Similarly, groups will enjoy hotels near Kuressaare, Estonia’s famous spa region.

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