Holidays in Estonia

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Hotel Metropol
Hotel Metropol
3.5 out of 5
Roseni 13, Tallinn
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The price is AU$71 per night from 22 Sep. to 22 Sep.
3.9/5Good! (959 reviews)
"Centrally located. Very convenient for solo travellers."

Reviewed on 12 Sep. 2021

Hotel Metropol
Metropol Spa Hotel
Metropol Spa Hotel
4 out of 5
Roseni 9, Tallinn, TLL
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The price is AU$111 per night from 22 Sep. to 22 Sep.
4.4/5Wonderful! (572 reviews)
"Overall a great hotel!"

Reviewed on 5 Jul. 2021

Metropol Spa Hotel
Hotel St. Barbara
Hotel St. Barbara
3.5 out of 5
Roosikrantsi 2a, Tallinn
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The price is AU$86 per night from 3 Oct. to 3 Oct.
4.2/5Very Good! (978 reviews)
"Wonderful friendly receptionist."

Reviewed on 19 Jul. 2021

Hotel St. Barbara
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Estonia Holiday

The most northerly of the three Baltic states, Estonia is full of charm. Well-preserved medieval churches, castles and fortresses dot the landscape and stand as monuments to the nation’s colourful past.

Estonia Hotel + Flights

Want to save some cash to spend on souvenirs? Create your own Estonia Holiday Package. By bundling your hotel, flights and extras like car rentals and experiences, you’ll get access to discounts and perks. If you like the idea of hearing about the legends and ghosts of Tallinn Old Town, add a walking tour to your package.

Your Estonia Holiday Itinerary

  • Day 1-2: Tallinn Airport is around a 10-minute drive from Estonia’s World Heritage capital, Tallinn. The city is easy to explore on foot and there’s plenty to see. As you enter the Old Town, don’t forget to admire Viru Gate. Built in the 14th century, this series of gates is one of Tallinn’s most iconic symbols.

  • Day 3-4: Rent a car and head southeast to Tartu. Less than a three-hour drive away, this leafy, old university town is considered the spiritual heart of Estonia. Take a selfie with your sweetheart at the Kissing Students Fountain then another at the famous sculptures of Oscar Wilde and Eduard Vilde.

  • Day 5-6: Known for its 19th-century timber villas, spas and sandy beaches, the picturesque resort city of Parnu is the perfect place to finish your trip. After you’ve indulged in a beauty treatment, stroll along the winding promenade at Parnu Beach or enjoy a picnic in the nearby gardens of Parnu Rannapark. 

Estonia Information

  • On February 24 each year at sunrise, thousands of citizens congregate at the park next to Tallinn’s Toompea Castle to celebrate Estonian Independence Day. Join them for the flag-raising ceremony and singing of the national anthem.

  • Spending time in Estonia’s alluring capital? Check out our Tallinn Holiday Packages.

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