North Estonia GuideThe North is the most visited region in Estonia. It contains the capital Tallinn. HotelsFind hotels in Tallinn, Manniku, Saku, Laagri, Saue and more, including Swissotel Tallinn, Hotel Telegraaf, Oldhouse Apartments Tallinn, Hotel Schloessle, St. Petersbourg Hotel, Nordic Hotel Forum and Radisson Blu Hotel Tallinn. AttractionsDiscover attractions around North Estonia including Jüri Gümnaasium, Alpi Eesti OÜ, Hilding Anders Baltic AS, Kiili Gümnaasium, Jarmaauto OÜ, Hansaplant OÜ and Pharmadule OÜ.
Popular in North EstoniaTallinnTallinn, the capital of Estonia, lies on the southern coast of the Gulf of Finland, only 70 km south of Helsinki.
In North EstoniaLahemaa National ParkLahemaa National Park is in Estonia. Lahemaa National Park is about 50km east of Tallinn and is a place to find some nice forests, seaside and swamps and bogs. RakvereRakvere is Estonia’s fifth largest city and situated in northern, 20 km south of the Gulf of Finland and approximately 100km east of Tallinn, Estonia. PaldiskiPaldiski is a town on the shore of Baltic Sea, in Harjumaa county, NW Estonia. During Soviet times and early years of independent … KäsmuKäsmu is a small coastal village in North Estonia. Käsmu was used by, and home to, many smugglers of salt and fish in the past century. VõsuVõsu is a small beach village in North Estonia. It is one of the oldest summer resorts in Estonia, founded in the 19th century. NõvaNõva is a small coastal village located on the North West coast of Estonia. It's situated between Haapsalu and Paldiski. LaulasmaaLaulasmaa is a small coastal village in North Estonia. It's situated 20km west from Paldiski and ~40km east from Tallinn. KaberneemeKaberneeme is a small coastal village in North Estonia located 40km east from Tallinn on Kaberneeme peninsula.