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Planning a trip to beautiful Estonia? Start your trip with cheap flights to Estonia onboard a low cost airline. EasyJet flies from London Gatwick while Ryanair takes off from Stansted. Air Baltic and Finnair also offer cheap flights to Tallinn Mennart Meri Airport (TLL), the capital and most popular destination in Estonia.
Estonia sits quite north in Europe but is much milder than other countries thanks to the warm maritime air from the Atlantic Ocean. July is the warmest time of year and the perfect time to book a holiday in Estonia. Book your flights at least 3 months in advance for the cheapest fares.
Direct flights to Estonia take 3 hours from London.
Estonia may be small but it packs a large punch with glorious beaches along the Baltic Sea and charming medieval towns across the countryside. Tallinn is a culture capital and should never be overlooked for nearby Helsinki.
Tallinn: Tallinn is a small capital that is known for its medieval city centre and architecture. The old town is an UNESCO site and the city's alternative art scene is very addictive. Don't miss the concerts, exhibitions and performances on offer.
Pärnu: In summer there is no better place to be than in Pärnu, right on the coast. The city is famous for its spas, harbour and lush parks. The first spa opened in the 1800s and Estonians haven't looked back! The summer fayre is not to be missed!
Hiiumaa: This is one of the oldest islands in the world, created 455 million years ago from a meteorite explosion! The locals have their own language, Hiiu and are known for their sense of humour. Tour the lighthouses and enjoy the wilderness!
Find more information on Visit Estonia.
There are more hotels in Estonia than ever before! In the cities as well as in the countryside visitors can stay in historic houses, elegant manor homes and medieval guesthouses in historic neighbourhoods. Hostels are very popular, especially in Tallinn.