Kylli Karing
Kylli Karing

Estonia in a nutshell:

  • Tallinn – Medieval treasure
  • Cutting-edge
  • Unspoilt nature
  • Small and cosy
  • Nordic “with a twist
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Winter in Tallinn is cool! Full of discoveries, from the quiet, snow-covered rooftops to the sophisticated nightlife, there’s something to suit every taste. Make the first footprints on the snow, learn about the legends of Tallinn, spend the afternoon on a shopping spree, relax at cosy cafés beside a crackling open fire, treat yourself to a pampering at a spa, and enjoy an evening at the opera – these are just some of the many memorable experiences the Estonian capital has to offer. Among the special activities in our portfolio especially suited to the winter period are art workshops ranging from graphics to sculpture and taking place in an artist’s studio or in art museum; a picnic in the snow by a bonfire; wine tasting in an atmospheric wine cellar; a test drive on ice; time travel in the midst of the exciting modern and historical architecture of Tallinn’s Rotermanni quarter; snowshoe through an Estonian marsh; and skate on an ice rink in the heart of Tallinn – or on the frozen sea. Looking at the event calendar, here are just a few dates that are worth traveling to Estonia for in the coming months: the fashion exhibitions “Sea in the Wardrobe” and “A Moveable Feast: Art Deco” until 18.01.15; the Winter Jazz festival 23.11-15.12.14; Christmas Market 21.11.14-10.01.15; European Biathlon Championships 27.01-03.02.15; Tallinn Winter Festival 13-22.02.15; and Tallinn Music Week 25-28.03.15. Via Hansa DMC & PCO is offering special rates and tailor-made programs throughout the winter season. For more information and requests, please contact or, tel. +372 6277 870.