Lahemaa National Park, not far from Tallinn, is famous for its unspoilt nature  – beautiful coastline, forests, beaches and charming manor houses. During our day trip we will get the chance to catch some fresh air on the 3 km forest walk to the third biggest glacial rock in Estonia – Majakivi. We will see Loksa, a town with a Soviet industrial past and a visit to the abandoned Soviet submarine base in Hara, including beautiful vistas of the forest shoreline and the sea. A visit to Palmse and Kolga manors is also included in the trip. In the little coastal village of Viinistu, we will visit one of the best art museums in Estonia, located in the old cold storage of a fish processing plant.

National Geographic writes: Estonia’s largest rahvuspark (national park), the ‘Land of Bays’ is 725 sq km of unspoiled, rural Estonia, making it the perfect country retreat from the nearby capital. A microcosm of Estonia’s natural charms, the park takes in a stretch of deeply indented coast with several peninsulas and bays, plus 475 sq km of pine-fresh hinterland encompassing forest, lakes, rivers and peat bogs, and areas of historical and cultural interest.

Departure from Tallinn  on 4 November at 10 am. Back by 7 pm.

Promotional price: 30 EUR per person (incl. coach travel, all entry tickets to the museums and manor houses, English speaking local tour guide) . Lunch is available for the additional cost of 8 EUR. Please dress according to weather conditions and wear comfortable walking shoes.