Located in northern Estonia along the Baltic Sea, Lahemaa National Park is a 45 minute to 1 hour drive from the Estonian capital of Tallinn. One of Europe’s largest national parks, it was also the first area to be designated a national park from the former Soviet Union.
Following the south to north route I planned for my Baltics trip, my last stop traveling through the Baltic capitals was in Tallinn, Estonia. Tallinn’s wintry touches proved to make it my favorite of the three capitals, with an aura of beauty as if you had stepped back in time whilst meandering its cobbled streets.
Continue reading “Highlights of the Gem of the Baltics: Tallinn, Estonia”
Ever since visiting Bulgaria last September, I’ve wanted to explore more of Eastern Europe.
With that in mind, I plugged away to see what itinerary I could best fit into ten days’ time in the region in late February. My original thought was Croatia along with Bosnia and Montenegro, but a lot of the activities I had my eye on were not available in winter months. Continue reading “A Preview: Noelle Across The Pond in the Baltics”