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Estonia Fun Facts
It is named after the “Ests” who inhabited the region in the first Century A.D.
Estonia is the least religious country in the world with only 14% of the population claiming any religious beliefs.
Estonia is one of the least dense countries in Europe with just 32 Estonians per square kilometre.
Estonia ranks number two in adult literacy in the world with a rate of 99.8 per cent.
Estonia adopted the euro on January 1, 2011 and now their finances are in better shape than all the other countries in the euro zone.
About 48% of Estonia is populated by forest.
Why go on an Estonia tour?
Ask anyone who has visited Estonia what they liked best and you will get a stream of stories from inspired travelers. Although the smallest of the Baltic countries, Estonia is vast in terms of scenic options. From its lovely seaside towns, vibrant cityscape, and magnificent castles, travelers will definitely have a lot to choose from when going on an Estonia tour. Tallinn, Estonia’s crown jewel, is just a ferry ride away from Stockholm and Helsinki, making it not only convenient for travelers but a perfect addition to a trip through Scandinavia. Visit Tallinn’s Medieval Old Town, and fall in love with the jumble of 14th and 15th century architecture. Find yourself at the footsteps of the House of the Brotherhood of the Blackheads, and see the most eye-catching door dating back 1640. Sit back and relax in one of the dozens of cafes and restaurants lining the streets of Tallinn. Or venture to Lahemaa National Park in Northern Estonia and enjoy its lush forests and beautiful coastal trails. It’s simply impossible to run out of things to do with our wide selection of Estonia tours! The possibilities are endless.
When is the best time to go?
The weather in Estonia is largely dictated by its proximity to the Baltic Sea. During summer, the temperature can reach to 30C with an average of 16.4C. Also note that in the summer, there can be 19 hours of daylight in Estonia, known locally as the “white nights” so be prepared for eventful days on your Estonia tour. Conversely, light rain tends to fall in spring and autumn. Make sure to bring an umbrella and a waterproof jacket when traveling around this months. Winter in Estonia tends to drop below zero, making it an ideal destination for skiing and sledging.