The replacement of security screening equipment at Tallinn Airport with new and more efficient machines will last till April.
Estonia’s Largest Snowman 11-meter-high snow sculpture in Nõo, Tartu County, marked a monumental achievement for the municipality.
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The European Commission has tasked the Baltic countries with reaching an agreement on the organization and structure of the Rail Baltica European standard-gauge railroad project.
In news from leading independent travel agency Avanti Destinations, the group has added Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania to its European lineup so travel agents can combine customized multi-destination independent itineraries for 2018.
Estonia is ready to lead the Council of the EU over the second half of 2017 and the country prepared a number of events to mark its six-month mandate at the helm of the EU. The country is also set to celebrate the centenary of the Republic in 2018. Estonia will assume the presidency of […]
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.