Estonia Tour Packages



Estonia, a country in Northern Europe, borders the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Finland. Including more than 1,500 islands, its diverse terrain spans rocky beaches, old-growth forest and many lakes.

Best Time to Visit

Late spring, from April to May, and early autumn, September to October, is great time to visit Estonia. December month is also good to celebrate Christmas in Estonia. Book your Estonia Tour Packages in these months and explore the Estonia.

Best Estonia Tour Packages

1. Christmas Tour In Tallinn

The Christmas market in Tallinn runs from end of November through the beginning of January. A calendar of events, including appearances by Santa Claus and a singing Christmas tree, accompanies this Christmas market. Organizers plan a Christmas tree-decorating contest and other games. The decorated stalls at the Tallinn Christmas market sell Christmas decorations, gifts, and food. Handmade Estonian crafts will be of special interests to those looking to find a suitable souvenir from their trip to Tallinn. The medieval center of Tallinn is characterized as the most beautiful and most valuable tourist city in the entire Baltic region – and rightly one of the most popular destinations in the northeast of Europe.

2. City Break Tallinn Tour

In this tour, visit the Old Town of Tallinn – an example of Gothic architecture in the Baltic and Nordic countries. The tour includes Toompea Castle fortifications, the Dome Church (13th century), the Russian Orthodox Cathedral of Alexander Nevsky (19th century), Town Hall Square (15th century), St. Catherine’s Passage, where artists of St. Catherine guild present their work, St.Olaf’s Church. Much more in tour package..

3. Classical Baltics Tour

In this tour, visit the Old Town of Tallinn and on next day visit Tartu, the se­cond lar­gest town in Estonia. City tour of Tartu, including Tartu University, Toome Hill Park with its monuments, sculptures, bridges and ruins of gothic Church, panoramic view of the town with Jaani Church and Town Hall Square. A further dri­ve to Sigulda (Latvia). Short stop in a small ancient town of Cesis for a walk in Castle Park. Arrival in Si­gul­da. Much more in tour package..

4. Classical Baltics Plus Tour

In this tour, visit the Old Town of Tallinn and on next day visit Tar­tu. On next day, visit Gauja National Park, including visit to Turaida Castle and the ruins of the 13th century Crusader Castle in Sigulda. A furt­her dri­ve to Vilnius. Capital of Lithuania for more than 600 years. The tour includes: St. Peter and Paul’s Church, Gediminas Castle, Cathedral Square with St. Stanislaw Cathedral and Bell tower, Bernadine Garden St. Ann and Bernardines’ Church, Amber gallery-museum, Užupis -one of the oldest districts of Vilnius, mentioned in the historical sources as far back as the 16th century. Much more in tour package..

5. Estonian Opera Tour

Estonian National Opera is the national opera company of Estonia. The company is based at the Estonia Theatre in Tallinn. The theatre has had several names throughout its existence. The latest one being “The Estonian National Opera”, which was adopted in 1998. The company produces a lively and varied season which includes operas, ballet’s and operettas/musicals with over 500 people currently work at the Estonian National Opera.Tickets do sell very quickly, so plan your Tallinn weekend break in advance to avoid disappointment.Come and enjoy one of the finest operatic houses in Europe and experience the world renowned Estonia Opera and Ballet.In this tour, You will visit the Song Festival Grounds where famous Estonian song festivals with more than 100 thousand singers are held. Later afternonn optional tour of Estonian National Opera House starting befor opera perfomance. The current Estonia house – a representative building in the heart of Tallinn – opened its doors in August, 1913. Since 1998, the theater is officially known as the Estonian National Opera. Much more in tour package..


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