From prehistoric hunter gatherers to the great Khmer Empire, French colonialisation to independence and through to the rule of the Khmer Rouge, Historic Sites in Estonia reveal a diverse story which has shaped this nation.
If you’re looking to explore Historic Sites in Estonia and the surrounding area, our interactive map above shows a selection of the sites to see, or you can navigate further by using the links below. You can plan some great things to see on your trips by browsing our selection of Historic Sites in Estonia. Once you’ve explored the Historic Sites in Estonia you can use our itinerary planner tool to plan out your trip and then print off a free pocket guidebook.
We are continuing to add to our database of historic sites and it’s growing all the time, but we may not cover them all. So, if you know of other Historic Sites in Estonia, you can always add them to Trip Historic now by visiting our upload page.
Among the more picturesque historic sites in Estonia is the Pirita Convent, a ruined 15th century nunnery of the order of St. Bridget.
Pirita Convent (Pirita klooster) was an important 15th century nunnery of the order of St. Bridget and now stands as a picturesque ruin in modern-day Estonia. At the time it was constructed, the city of Tallinn - where it was based - was already a trading hub and the idea... Read More
Toompea Castle in Tallinn is one of the best known historic sites in Estonia. A military and administrative stronghold for hundreds of years, it now houses the Estonian Parliament.
Toompea Castle in Tallinn is the site of the Estonian Parliament and has been a central administrative and military centre for hundreds of years. The first recorded construction on the site of Toompea Castle was established in the 9th century AD, when a wooden castle was constructed ... Read More