- The capital of Estonia is Tallinn. Its Old Town architecture is mainly gothic, baroque, rococo and classicism. Oldest buildings date back to 12th century. Tallinn Old Town is declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- 2 international airports (Tallinn, Tartu)
- Estonia is member of EU and NATO and belongs to Schengen Area
- Currency: Euro
- Timezone: EET (GMT+2)
- Climate is transitional, between maritime and continental, cold winters with snow and warm summers with up to 18,5 hours of daylight in June and July.
- Estonia has a long, indented and diverse marine coastline of 3,794 KM including white sand beaches and stony shores. Glaciar erratics (i.e. giant travelling boulders) some as big as a house are quite common to otherwise flat Northern coast.
- Estonia has 27 ports and harbours.
- There are over 1200 lakes in Estonia and more than 2200 islands.