Сельский Туризм 1 мая 2017 года - ПРЕДПРИЯТИЯ СЕЛЬСКОГО ТУРИЗМА ПРИГЛАШАЮТ В ГОСТИ! Эстония Знaки качества Контакт
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Mонастырь Падизе
Водопад Ягала
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Старый город Таллинна
Музей Харьюмаа
Naissaar Island
Aegna Island
Keila-Joa waterfall
Pakri Islands
Saula Siniallikad (‘Blue springs of Saula’)
Lahemaa National Park
Aegviidu–Nelijärve Area
Aegna Island

Similarly to the Naissaar Island also Aegna has had great significance in the history of fortification of Tallinn. After the Second World War the access to the island was restored and it rapidly became a popular holiday destination in summer. Only few permanent inhabitants live on the island now. The area (3 km²) is small enough to grasp the character of the island during one-day walk. There are many walking paths and the sea roar can be heard almost all over the island. Forests, represented by both pine forests full of light and shady spruce forests, cover about 70 per cent of the island. On the northern seashore at Kurikneeme lies a nice beach with clean-water. In the eastern part of the egg-shaped island the Lemmiku Peninsula extends far into the sea. At the neck of the peninsula several dozens of erratic boulders lie near the old cemetery. The peninsula became attached to the island only several hundreds of years ago. The island itself is approximately 3,000 years old.

Reval Hotels rebrand to Radisson Blu and Park Inn

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Border Control 17.04 - 23.04 for NATO meeting

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Estonian Air calls Estonian fashion designers to update its crew uniforms

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