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Best of Finland Russia and The Baltic States

Take in Russia's must-see cities, plus Eastern Europe's hidden gems on this trip.

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Visiting

  1. Belarus

    Minsk

  2. Estonia

    Tallinn Estonia

  3. Finland

    Helsinki

  4. Latvia

    Riga

  5. Lithuania

    Vilnius

  6. Russia

    Moscow Smolensk St Petersburg

"Adorable Estonia, the smallest of the Baltic countries, is brimming with picturesque villages and charming seaside towns, and is rich in culture"

Emma, Travel Director
Estonia at a glance
Estonia is a natural paradise, with over 2,200 striking islands framed by the Baltic Sea, and an old saying that you'll never be more than 30 minutes' drive from a forest, lake or beach. Join your expert Trafalgar Travel Director and discover why Estonia is one of Europe’s most spacious countries.
Currency
Euro
Winter avg temp
-4°C
Summer avg temp
17°C
Time Zone
GMT+3
Capital City
Tallin
Language
Estonian
Good morning
Tere hommikust
Good evening
Tere õhtust

What to pack for Estonia

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A warm jacket

Even in summer, the temperature in Estonia rarely passes 18 degrees Celsius. When you’re strolling the streets all day, a jacket is an item of clothing you won’t want to go without.

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A pair of sunglasses

Summer or winter, a pair of sunglasses is essential. If visiting in the colder months, the reflection of the sun on the white snow will give your eyes a surprising strain.

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Jeans

It’s never too hot in Estonia for jeans. They’re the ideal day to night clothing attire that will keep you warm on a crisp morning or cool night.

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A small digital camera

The picturesque lanes, neoclassical architecture and stunning landscapes mean you’ll be walking a lot to soak it all up. Bring along your own reusable water bottle and stay hydrated the eco-friendly way.

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A shawl or pashmina

When visiting religious sites, a pashmina or shawl means you can respectfully cover up without compromising on fashion. It will also act as another layer of warmth for an unexpected chill.