Eurovelo 13 – Iron Curtain Trail through the Baltic starts in eastern Estonia and follows the coast road heading west. This brings you to Estonia’s oldest national park, Lahemaa and continues to capital of Estonia -Tallinn, from where you continue your journey heading south-west to Haapsalu. Once you are out of Haapsalu again you can continue either by ferry via the islands of Hiiumaa and Saaremaa, or on land to Pämu. You will then finally reach the Latvian border near Ikla. Once in Latvia, the Iron Curtain Trail first runs through the North Vidzeme Biosphere Reserve, an area of mixed woodland, moors, dunes, coastal meadows, natural lakes and rivers.
The best what Eurovelo 13 has to offer in Estonia is now combined into 5 different packages for you to enjoy.
For nature lovers: 3 days tour to the most known national park in Estonia - Lahemaa National Park
For adventures traveller: Northen Coast adventure from Tallinn to border city Narva. Northern part of Estonia is not-so-known or visited, but Lahemaa National Park and coastal cliffs with magnificent view to the Baltic Sea, are worth visiting.
For bird watchers: Birds and Forests tour - West-Estonia to Latvia. This tour goes through Matsalu National Park - THE place for bird watchers and nature lovers.
For those interested of military and former Soviet Union: Undicovered Paldiski and Pakri Peninsula. Paldiski was a closed city housing the Soviet Union's largest nuclear submarine training centre and rocket base. Beyond the crumbling military installations you will discover the striking limestone cliffs and rare wildlife of the Pakri Peninsula.
For romantics: Romantic West-Estonia and Islands tour to enjoy the best what islands has to offer - idyllic small villages with stone fences and houses with thatched roofs, romantic summer resorts, windmills, friendly people and of course the sea and sandy beaches.