Basilica of St Stephen
“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.