Estonia is a small country situated in northern Europe, formerly part of the Soviet Union bounded by the Gulf of Finland, Lativia, the Baltic Sea, and Russia. It’s one of Europe’s least crowded countries with over 1 million people, and females taking a significant percentage. It’s most prominent, and the capital city is Tallinn.
Estonia is also well-known for thousands of islands; some popular ones are the Saaremaa Hiiumaa, Kihnu, Runu, and Vormsi. She’s home to only two cultural heritage sites listed on the UNESCO world heritage site. The cultural heritages include Historical Centre (Old Town) and Struve Geodetic Arc.
The Estonians have various musical festivals, from the Juu Jaab Festival, celebrated for over 21 years and usually conducted annually for four days, to the Haapsal Tchaikovsky, where guests are hosted worldwide, and many more. It also has a great variety of tourist attractions, including Tallinn’s Old Town, Pärnu, Estonian National Museum, and matsalu national park.
Estonians enjoy eating marzipan, which is made of sweet almonds and powdered sugar, and they also take rye bread, smoked fish, Pea Soup with Smoked Pork, Hock Estonian Potato Salad and Blood Dumpling. Some popular drinks consumed locally are brewed wine, Vana Tallin, and Vodka.