In Estonia, you will find clean and untouched nature that co-exists with the world’s most digitally advanced society.
Estonians tend to be at least bilingual, and according to recent studies, are among the best English speakers in Europe. Many visitors tend to think that Estonians speak elvish. This magical sounding language is in fact Estonian, belonging to the Finno Ugric branch of European languages.
While Estonia has a great range of historical churches, only over a quarter of the population are affiliated with a particular religion, with Lutheranism being most prevalent among Estonians in particular.
Being among the least densely populated countries in Europe, Estonia makes for a great nature and city break destination for those looking to stretch out their limbs and enjoy some peace and solitude.
- Estonia has a population of just 1.3 million but is larger than Denmark and Holland.
- We hold fourth place in urban air quality in the world.
- Estonia has over 2000 islands.
- 51% of Estonian territory is covered with forests.
- 45% of the Estonian forest is organic collection area.
- 17% of our farmland is organic.
- 22% of our country is wildlife preserves.
- From any point, the nearest marsh is always less than 10 km away.
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