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Estonia Attractions - Places to See in Estonia


Estonians are known to be hard-working, neat and patriotic. Most of them are nature lovers, too, which comes as no surprise since Estonia has a wealth of natural gems that make up the best Estonia attractions.


Lahemaa National Park - Considered one of the most popular natural attractions in Estonia, the Lahemaa National Park is the country's largest national park, covering an area of more than 70,000 hectares.

Aside from hiking, the park also offers opportunities for cycling, skiing and camping, so tourists can actively explore its amazing diversity of plant and wildlife while admiring the scenic views.

Vilsandi National Park - Although not as big as the Lahemaa, the Vilsandi National Park is still one of the top Estonia attractions, particularly since it is one of the oldest nature reserves in Europe.

It is also a sanctuary for thousands of species of migratory birds, making it a true paradise for bird-watchers.

Matsalu National Park - Like the Vilsandi, the Matsalu National Park is also a bird-watcher's paradise. This is because the park is home to almost 300 species of birds, including ducks, pigeons, finches and owls. You can also find hundreds of vascular plants here such as yarrow, meadowsweet and cuckooflower.

Soomaa National Park - Although the youngest national park in Estonia, the area of the Soomaa National Park is second only to the Lahemaa, which numbers it among the popular Estonia attractions.

It is especially popular for its mires and dunes which tourists can explore by riding a canoe or hiking along one of the nature trails.

Jagala Falls - Nicknamed the 'Niagara Falls of the Baltics', this waterfall is 7.8 metres high - the highest in Estonia. It is beautiful both in the summers when it reflects the sunlight and in the winters when it gets iced up.

Parnu Beach - If you've come to Estonia to enjoy the sun and sand, then a trip to Parnu Beach is a must.

Parnu Beach is the best among the beaches of Estonia, offering a stretch of golden sand, clear waters and several bars where you can eat and have fun at the end of the day. The town of Parnu is an attraction in itself, with 17th century houses and magnificent churches.

There are other Estonia attractions, too, such as the Tallinn Zoo, the Tallinn Botanical Garden, the Kuressaare Castle in Saaremaa and the Estonian Open Air Museum.

Still, its natural attractions are the best Estonia has to offer and are therefore, must-see places for anyone spending holidays in Estonia.