Bradt's Estonia remains the only English-language guidebook to this Baltics destination and this seventh edition reveals more of the country than any previous guide. Readers now discover why Miss Estonia likes antique cars, where Eiffel built before Paris, and why Edward VII could not land in Tallinn to meet Tsar Nicholas II and had instead to spend three days in the harbour.
Offering extensive coverage of Estonia's complex cultural history and its artists, writers and musicians, alongside comprehensive practical information, Baltics expert Neil Taylor proves that there's much more to Estonia than the cobbled streets and cafes of Tallinn. He won the 2012 Estonia Presidential Award for this guidebook.
About the Author
Neil Taylor is the foremost UK expert on Travel to Estonia, having pioneered a tour there as soon as the country regained independence in 1991, and writing the first edition of this guidebook in 1998. His dedication to the country has been rewarded, for in 2012 he received a President's Medal for his Bradt guide.
'Bradt's Estonia is best - detailed, reliable and pleasantly opinionated' Conde Nast Traveller USA
'Excellent on culture and history' Escape Routes
'A must-have as it covers not only the country, but also offers fascinating information on short trips to the neighbours' The Baltic Times
Series: Bradt Travel Guides
Number Of Pages: 312
Published: 10th March 2014
Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 13.5 x 21.6 x 2.4
Weight (kg): 0.34
Edition Number: 7
Edition Type: Revised