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Why Should Tourists Visit Estonia?

  • Date Submitted: 05/24/2011 02:13 PM
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Nowadays you can see that on the isles. There are a lot of islands and islets all around estonia. Saaremaa and Hiiumaa are the bigest. On every summer there are all kind of parties and get-togethers for the inhabitants. Many tourists like to attend them because through them they get the right idea and feeling from our country. People here are friendly and hospitable,some even say that estonians are reserved but I don`t think those people who say that have seen the real estonian personality and behaviour. I belive there are many cities in estonia that are worth visiting.Most tourists come to Tallinn,the capital of estonia,and they don`t go any further than that . It may be because they don`t know where to go and what possibilities are there for them. Others how-ever try to avoid the capitals when-ever travelling. For them going to the countryside is the best way to relax and to get to know the real living standards. In conclusion I would like to say that I personally believe that people who have thought of coming to estonia for a relaxing vacation with their family should certainly do so. There are so many different ways to have a good time and at the same time educate yourself.We have a history full of surprises and interesting stories and people here are very friendly.machine works, as well as timber, paper, cellulose and foodstuff enterprises and factories were established in estonia. A railway network connecting estonia with the domestic market of the Russian Empire was built. The Tallinn–St Petersburg line was completed in 1870. The railway network considerably advanced the development of trade and industry. Russian, German, French, Belgian, Swiss and Baltic German businessmen invested in estonian industry; the share of estonian national capital was, however, small. The population of estonia in 1897 was 958 000; slightly more than 90% were estonians, 4% were Russian and 3.5% German. Every fifth person lived in the rapidly growing cities; two-thirds of them were...

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