Category: Estonia

7 reasons why families should consider a luxury stay in Tallinn

7 reasons why families should consider a luxury stay in Tallinn

After having a family, many of us feel a duty to compromise on the destinations we visit and types of holiday we choose. Far from finding ourselves able to embrace new and inspiring travel experiences, we instead find ourselves choosing destinations that we think will appeal to all ages. If this sounds like you, then […]

6 secret cities in Europe

6 secret cities in Europe

OK, OK, so the following cities aren’t completely secret, otherwise no-one would live in them, and then they wouldn’t technically be cities, but let’s just say these are magnificent metropoli that either fly under the radar entirely, or don’t feature in the upper echelons of people’s luxury city break wish lists when they really, really […]

7 ports for a superyacht charter in the Baltic Sea

7 ports for a superyacht charter in the Baltic Sea

From the illuminations of the Auroras Borealis to picturesque fairy-tale villages steeped in snow, the Baltic Sea is home to a plethora of rare wonders to delight and inspire. When planning a summertime holiday, consider chartering a superyacht to take you on an exploration of nature’s finest playground. With sumptuous surroundings out at sea, a […]

Top 10 reasons why now is the perfect time to visit Tallinn, Estonia

Top 10 reasons why now is the perfect time to visit Tallinn, Estonia

The first time I visited Tallinn was approximately 10 years after Estonia regained its independence in 1991. My impressions were that although it had excellent Slavic cheekbones it was still on the verge of becoming a major tourist destination. After last month’s visit, I’m here to report it has finally “verged” with flying colors. Below […]

5 must-see sights on a short stay in Tallinn, Estonia

5 must-see sights on a short stay in Tallinn, Estonia

Tallinn is the capital of Estonia, the northernmost and smallest of the Baltic countries (comprising Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia).  However the city, which was awarded the European Capital Culture award in 2011, more than makes up for its small size in cultural impact with a great many museums, galleries and other attractions for discerning tourists […]

The world's most luxurious spa pools and baths

The world’s most luxurious spa pools and baths

Some of the world’s most opulent hotels seem to be competing for bragging rights on the most over the top Jacuzzis and spas. But what really makes a bath or spa pool luxurious? A key feature of the Presidential Suite at the Intercontinental Hotel in Hong Kong, for example, at more than $14,000 a night, is […]

Cruising the Baltic in style

Cruising the Baltic in style

If you’re considering a European cruise but looking for something different to the usual cruises in the Mediterranean, then how about looking further north and east to the Baltic?  MSC Cruises are offering two great opportunities to explore the region, departing from Copenhagen, the beautiful city that inspired many a Hans Christian Andersen fairytale. Hop aboard […]

The best Christmas markets in Europe

The best Christmas markets in Europe

With the weather getting cooler there seems little to look forward to in the winter months. However, heading to a Christmas market can dilute the frosty chill your mood might have taken and replace it with festive cheer and an exciting experience. Treat yourself to a weekend away in one of these excellent destinations and […]

4 places to inject culture into your hen party

4 places to inject culture into your hen party

The stories of cheeky, giggling hen parties adorned with bunny ears and naughty necklaces are numerous. However, what about the calm brides-to-be in search of culture and serenity? A few suggestions of striking locations are as follows: Ljubljana This remarkable city fuses Italy with Eastern Europe, creating a delectable cornucopia of historic monuments, poetic streets […]

High-flying dining in Estonia's capital

High-flying dining in Estonia’s capital

For just five days in June 2011, diners in Estonia’s cultural capital, Tallinn, can enjoy Champagne, aperitifs, lunch or dinner 50 metres in the air with spectacular views over the medieval Old Town, Tallinn’s steel and glass business sector and the Bay of Finland. Dinner in the Sky® can be enjoyed daily between 8th and […]

Europe's top 5 luxury hotels

Europe’s top 5 luxury hotels

If you’re planning a trip anywhere in Europe and looking to really indulge yourself in complete luxury, there are many great hotels out there that can attend to your every need. Here are some of the best. 1. Casa Fuster, Barcelona The Casa Fuster is popular with many travellers as this gives you a real […]

Tallinn Christmas Market starts this weekend

The picturesque Town Hall Square of the medieval city of Tallinn is once more hosting the annual Christmas Market with its 64 wooden stalls. During the 40 day period from 29th November 2009 until 7th January 2010, visitors may stroll through this amazing festive scene. Felt hats, buckwheat pillows, wooden bowls and artefacts, wickerwork, beautiful […]

Reval Hotel Olümpia recognised for its conference facilities

Reval Hotel Olümpia recognised for its conference facilities

In a recent poll conducted by leading Estonian business newspaper Äripäev, top  conference organisers have overwhelmingly selected Reval Hotel Olümpia‘s conference centre in Tallin as the best conference venue in Estonia. The hotel’s conference centre has 13 multifunctional conference rooms with a total space of over 900 square metres.