Estonia Where We Went

Estonia & Islands

Tallinn. The capitol city of Estonia.

Baltic Sea. The body of water bordered by the Gulf of Bothnia, the Gulf of Finland, and the Gulf of Riga.

Haapsalu. A seaside spa and resort town located on the west coast of Estonia.


Saaremma. 3,000—square-kilometer island with a population of 40,000.

Kuressaare. The main town on the island of Saaremma.

Valjala. Village on the island of Saaremaa which has the oldest church in Estonia.

Angla. Saaremaa island location of historic windmills.

Karja. Location of old church on the island of Saaremaa that retains pentagram and triskelion pagan symbols.

Loode Tourist Farm. A rustic resort on Saaremaa island.

Haapsalu Castle. A 13th century castle and cathedral on the island of Saaremaa.

Muhu. The third largest Estonian island.

Koguva. Village on the island of Muhu known for well-preserved 19th century buildings.

Padaste Manor. A small, historic luxury resort on Muhu Island.


Virre. An Estonian folk music group

Nordic Sounds


Raekoja Plats. The Talinn Town Hall Square that includes the 14th-15th century Gothic Town Hall.

Open Air Museum. The Estonian Open Air Museum includes typical traditional farms and village buildings on eighty acres on the Bay of Kopli.

KUMU. Eesti Kunstimuuseum is an art museum near Talinn.

Where we stayed

Schlossle Hotel. A luxury hotel in Tallinn at Pühavaimu 13/15.

Shopping, Entertainment & Dining

Sepa Ari. A Tallinn tourist shop at Olevimågi 11.

Kadaka Säästumarket. Shopping area near Tallinn.

Restoran O. Fine-dining Tallin restaurant at Mere pst 6E

Club Hollywood. Vana-Posti 8: Where to go around midnight if you want to dance ‘til you drop.