Largely unexploited Estonia offers huge opportunities for nature tourism devotees, it has been claimed. In particular, the country is a great place for birdwatchers, says Tim Appleton, chief organizer of the world’s largest eco-tourism trade fair, Birdfair. His comments yesterday were reported by the BBN news portal.
Tallinn, Estonia hosts the 15th Annual Talinn Graphics Triennial, a celebration and discovery of various art genres. Held at the Kumu Art Museum, the exhibition is slated to showcase some extraordinary art from the Baltics, as well as last year’s artist of the moment Óscar Muñoz. For art lovers headed toward Estonia or the other Baltic states, this is a unique opportunity to grab hold of fine emerging artistic wonder.
“Open Your Eyes, Open Your Heart” – this is how the 5th Tallinn Winter Festival welcomes you. The Charity Gala for disabled children 28th December 17:30 at St Charles’ Church is free to attend. Don’t miss it if you are in Tallin after Christmas.
With the Christmas Village at the Estonian Open Air Museum the organizers hope to revive some of the Christmas celebrations of Estonia’s ancestors.
A recent report shows Estonian tour companies hiring more out of country drivers because of cost variables. With qualified Estonian bus drivers have to look for work in Scandinavia, how long will it be before the government there imposes wage standardization to free up jobs?
Not everyone knows, but Tallinn, Estonia is the home of the Christmas Tree. For a truly unique experience this season, many will travel to this ancient city to celebrate at perhaps Europe’s most famous Christmas market. At least one of the city’s luxury hotels wants you to experience the season in style. Argophilia Travel News spotlights Schloessle Hotel’s Christmas welcome package – 5 star accommodations and service for a song.
The EU’s most progressive and potentially successful partner states, Estonia, moves forward into the euro zone. The Baltic state’s economy is renown for its recent growth. Estonia as a travel destination leaves little to be desired as well. Will the businessmen of Estonia catch up to the digital age though?