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A small country in Northern Europe, Estonia has a population of only 1.3 million, but this beautiful destination is becoming more and more popular with tourists. Renting a bus in Estonia is a great way to make your way around the dramatic landscape, which is mainly comprised of forestry, lakes and rocky beaches.
Estonia comprises a mainland and over 1,000 small islands, with borders on the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland. It has a rich heritage, and a variety of cultures are evident everywhere you go. The language spoken is Estonian. Hiring a coach or minivan in Estonia will offer you and your travel companions the chance to explore Estonia’s history, culture and largely unspoiled landscape to the full.
If you’re flying into Estonia, you are likely to land at Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport. This is by far the nation’s busiest, handling just over two million passengers each year. Tartu and Kuressaare also have airports, but these are much smaller.
Hiring a coach or minivan from Rent A Bus can save you the stress of trying to find a taxi or public transport to take you and your party from the airport to your accommodation. We will collect you and your luggage, and transport you straight to your destination in air-conditioned comfort, allowing you and your companions to relax and take in the sights, right from the start of your vacation. At the end of your stay, we will collect you from your accommodation and take you back to the airport, too.
Estonia offers plenty of attractions and landmarks for visitors, and hiring a coach or minivan from Rent A Bus gives you the chance to experience this beautiful country your way, with your own personalized guided tour. An experienced professional tour guide can accompany you and take you to all the major places of interest, offering you the benefit of their local and historical knowledge for a truly unforgettable experience.
The Estonian capital, Tallinn, is home to the Old Town Hall in Town Hall Square, where you’ll find some beautiful examples of medieval architecture. Another of Tallinn’s most impressive buildings is the Kadriorg Palace, commissioned in 1718 by Peter the Great. By contrast, the tallest building in Tallinn, the TV Tower was built in 1980, and stands at over 1,000 feet tall. The views from the observation deck extend right across Tallinn as far as the Gulf of Finland.
Tartu is the second largest city in Estonia and is a major university city. The Estonian Literary Museum is located here, as are the ruins of Tartu Cathedral, an imposing Gothic structure dating back to the 13th Century.
Kivoli is a mountainous region with some of the country’s highest peaks, popular with skiers. This part of north-eastern Estonia is also highly industrialized, and close by you can visit the Kohtla Mining Museum, where you can venture underground and get a feel of what the miners’ lives would have been like in years gone by.
Renting a bus in Estonia from Rent A Bus gives you the opportunity to sample the Estonian nightlife without having to worry about driving or trying to find a taxi to get you home at the end of the night. We can arrange a time and place to meet you, and from there we will take you safely back to your accommodation, allowing you to enjoy a stress-free night out!
Tallinn and Tartu are the main nightlife centers in Estonia. Tallinn is more sophisticated with plenty of stylish cocktail bars, while Tartu caters for its large student population with more laid-back, youthful venues. You can also head into the smaller villages to experience traditional taverns serving excellent local beers.
Bus hire in Estonia is easy with Rent A Bus, and allows you to explore the country in a safe and reliable way. All our coaches and minivans are modern and well-maintained, and all have air conditioning, so you and your party can have an enjoyable and relaxing vacation.
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