Old Town of Tallinn – Photo: Ilya Orehov

The landscape of Europe's most eastern country is dominated by numerous lakes, islands and forests. Around 2200 small islands lie off the Estonian coast. In winter, it gets so cold that even part of the Baltic Sea freezes over, allowing travellers to reach some of the islands by car on a 25-kilometre-long ice track. A trip to Estonia is not only worthwhile for lovers of cold and ice, but its capital Tallinn, being one of the best-preserved medieval cities in Europe, also offers magnificent its visitors many sightseeing attractions and exciting historical knowledge.



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