Estonia Hostels


Estonia Travel Tips & Suggestions

Tallinn is a great city. I found the mixture of Russian and Estonian culture very interesting. The city is a bargain for Westerners. The Estonians and Russians were very helpful and friendly. It is a safe city. Westerners don't need a visa to travel there!
Tartu, a very beautiful small city in the southern part of Estonia, is a famous student town because the University of Tartu is situated there. The university is one of the biggest and oldest in the Baltic countries and is popular for giving a very professional education. The river Emajõgi passes through the city and …
Pärnu was founded in the mid-thirteenth century, but it was devastated shortly after that. It became a member of the Hanseatic League and had great importance for Livonia as a non-freezing seaport. After the Livonian War, it was under the control of Sweden. At the beginning of the eighteenth century, the city was …
Tallinn, with a bit over 400,000 people, is the capital of Estonia. It is also the main seaport for the nation and a very popular tourist destination. Tallinn is accessible by plane, bus, train, and ferry. There is also a helicopter service (Copterline) that operates from Helsinki. Inside the city there are buses, …