Big fun country

The small Estonia must be definitely bigger inside.  While the fifth season of Soomaa National Park on West coast brought out the canoes to enjoy the massive river floods, had we a snowy weekend less than 200 km North East in Kõrvemaa with snow mobiles, huskies and snow shoe hiking. Our incentive partner in Germany has done a good work bringing the events to Tallinn in winter too. Even with soft winters like the last two, some spots in Estonia are always having enough snow to enjoy the winter activities. One of them, Kõrvemaa nature park is just in 45 minutes driving distance from the capital. The combination of touring the medieval fairytale town, vibrant night life and fun winter activities makes a good package to create an memorable once in the life time event.

 Best time for winter events:  February and beginning of March.

Posted by Anne, March 9th 2015

Welcome to Winter Wonderland
Welcome to Winter Wonderland
Tallinn smells!
Tallinn smells!
Spring is coming!
Spring is coming!
The season has started
The season has started


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