What Estonia is known for?
Estonia is famous for its dense woods, charming historic centre of Tallinn and delightfully unique history that spans millennia. In recent years, the Baltic nation has seen a boom in tourism and even implemented a Digital Nomad Visa for those looking to stick around long term.
Is English spoken in Estonia?
Estonia has one of the highest literacy rates in the world at 99.8% and nearly everyone speaks a foreign language, most commonly English and Russian, but also Finnish, German or Swedish. This makes getting around Estonia easy, though an aitäh (thank you) is always appreciated.
Is Estonia cheap to visit?
Estonia has a much lower cost of living than Finland, and this keep costs affordable for visitors. You can expect to pay a fraction of the cost in Estonia for meals, accommodation, and transportation compared to what you might pay in Finland.
Is it easy to find job in Estonia?
Non-EU nationals working in the IT sectors usually get their paperwork pretty easily, as the demand in this sector is strong in the country. More information for Non-EU citizens can be found at the Estonian Government Website.
Who rules Estonia?
|Republic of Estonia Eesti Vabariik (Estonian)|
|Government||Unitary parliamentary republic|
|• President||Kersti Kaljulaid|
|• Prime Minister||Kaja Kallas|
|• Speaker of the Riigikogu||Jüri Ratas|
Who discovered Estonia?
The Estonians are first mentioned by the Roman historian Tacitus (1st century ad) in Germania. Their political system was patriarchal, based on clans headed by elders. The first invaders of the country were Vikings, who from the mid-9th century passed through Estonia and…
Is Tallinn worth visiting?
Estonians have a rich culture and you can find museums (different, ranging from medieval torture to popart and everything in between. I truly recommend to take a tour guide to walk around in the old town. It’s amazing, and all the stories! If you’re into night life then Tallinn is also a good place to visit.