Intsikurmu Music Festival takes place in August on 4 and 5. It is a popular event in a forested area, attracting both Estonian and foreign performers.
Whatever the season, the former prisons on Lake Rummu don’t lose their odd appeal, attracting hundreds of curious lovers of nature and adventure.
Tourest 2017 is the 26th edition of this prestigious international travel trade fair. It takes place February 10-12 at the Estonian Fairs Centre.
The Tartu Winter Music Festival kicks off January 1st, 2017 and lasts until January 8th. It’s a week full of festive New Year music at St. John´s Church.
The Estonian National Museum opened at the beginning of the month. It is a stunning architectural gem and the largest museum of its kind in the Baltics.
Builders in a residential area of Tallinn have discovered a number of medieval ships while building the foundations of new apartment buildings. The remains of several 14th to 17th century vessels in what used to be part of the area’s port.
This month Estonia hosts one of Europe’s most popular fashion events when Tallinn Fashion Week hits the capital October 23rd through 25th. Scheduled to take place at the Salme Cultural Centre, the event will see the coveted Golden Needle design prize awarded.
One of Estonia’s most popular touristic attractions, Balloon Tallinn, will now stay aloft year round. The highest viewing platform in the city, will now be the first of it’s kind year round northern attraction.
One of Estonia’s best hospitality names, Swissôtel Tallinn took home three World Travel Awards at the gala held in Athens earlier this month.
Coming the 24th to the 29th of this month to Muhu Saarel, Saaremaa, Estonia, the International Muhu Future Music Festival “Juu Jääb” is an annual festival that showcases futuristic music.
Cruise passenger traffic by Estonia’s largest passenger shipping company AS Tallink Grupp increased more than 9% in April over last year, according to the company. Tallink Grupp transported some 709,931 passengers, and 79,932 vehicles even with one vessel out of service for 11 days.
Estonian’s AS Tallink Grupp has just released their Q1 profit and loss figures for 2013. According to their release the passenger shipping line lost some €17.7 million euro, down €1.3 million in red ink from last year’s figures at the same time.