Cruise the Baltic Sea to discover Estonia and its 1,500 islands. Take in the diverse terrain of rugged beaches, primeval forests and wetlands and a wealth of stunning lakes. Add to this a healthy smattering of castles, churches, and hilltop fortresses, making it easy to see why an Estonian cruise is something special. Estonia is one of the least populated countries in Europe and has many secrets just waiting to be uncovered. The country has a newfound confidence, having shaken off the shackles of the Soviet Union, which is now one of Europe’s most interesting destinations. [ReadMoreMob] [ReadMoreDesk]
Tallinn Cruise Port
Estonia's jewel in the crown has to be its medieval capital, Tallinn, known for its well-preserved, UNESCO-listed Old Town, museums and the 314m-high Tallinn TV Tower and observation deck. Hours can be passed happily marvelling at its grand architecture, narrow cobbled streets and 15th century churches. The fantastic shopping scene, vibrant café culture and stylish clubs and restaurants are also of note.
An Estonian cruise could also offer a glimpse of Saaremaa Island (Estonia's largest), famous for its windmills, black rye bread and strong beer. The famous rye bread is everywhere, as is pork, veal, potatoes and fish: most tastes are catered for through the nation's cuisine.
Cruises to Estonia
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- Experience scenic archipelago cruising in Turku and Stockholm
- Sail past the Olsen family home in Hvitsten
- Explore Helsinki and its islands on a boat tour
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- Visit Helsinki for the Tall Ships Races and Kiel for Kieler Woche
- Uncover World War II history in Gdansk
- Enjoy time in the well-preserved cities of Visby and Tallinn