In Estonia, there is also national language, but the Estonians themselves admit that it is quite difficult to learn.
People working in the tourism industry, speak good English, but also other languages such as Russian, German, Finnish and Swedishe are spoken.
Tallinn Estonia’s capital and largest city in the country, its population is about 400,000 people. Getting many tourists to Tallinn happens through sea cruises traveling on batic sea. This contributes to the convenient location of the Estonian capital on the beach on the other side of Helsinki.
In 2011, Tallinn becomes European Capital of Culture. The next largest city in Estonia, with a population of 100,000 people, is Tartu. Located in the center of the country, it is more known as a student city. Many architectural ensembles Tartu preserved from the beginning of the 19th century.
Estonia is also known for its numerous islands (there are about a thousand ), so a trip to this country can not be called, held without a visit to at least one of them.