Estonia

There are just slightly above one million inhabitants in the country, which has a bit bigger area than either Switzerland or the Netherlands. On top of that, one third of the population lives in the capital, that gets lot of tourists all year round. It leaves other parts of the country sparsely populated and under-discovered by foreign visitors. Estonian towns are either small or tiny, and they are very close to wonderful nature: forests, marshland and islands deserve unhurried admiration. Unspoiled nature provides a healthy contrast to extremely high-tech habits of local population, who has embraced internet as basic human right and the one true everyday religion.

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Koguva

Koguva

Located on Northern coast of Muhu island, which is claimed to have the clearest water in the Baltic Sea. Home for Muhu Museum thanks to its numerous old houses.