Basil­ica of St Stephen


EME Outlook - - Bu S In E S S T R A V E L -

“Bu­dapest’s neo­clas­si­cal cathe­dral is the most sa­cred Catholic church in all of Hun­gary and con­tains its most revered relic: the mum­mi­fied right hand of the church’s pa­tron, King St Stephen” – Lonely Planet

of its cit­i­zens, econ­omy and so­ci­ety.

Add in his­tor­i­cal sites such as the Un­esco-protected Old Town in Tallinn, and Es­to­nia of­fers a fas­ci­nat­ing mix of past, present and fu­ture that busi­ness and leisure trav­ellers can­not ig­nore.

Fur­ther, away from the cap­ti­vat­ing Tallinn, the coun­try is home to beau­ti­ful beaches on the north­ern coast and many im­pres­sive national parks and na­ture re­serves else­where.

Be­cause it sits on the di­vide be­tween eastern and western Europe, Es­to­nia has been long in­flu­enced by Rus­sia and Scan­di­navia, its cul­tural her­itage on dis­play in many ex­cel­lent ex­hi­bi­tions like those at the Es­to­nian National and Mar­itime mu­se­ums.

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