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Rental Car Estonia

Estonia is a Baltic gem offering visitors a chance to explore the many bounties this vibrant nation has to offer. Although the smallest of the Baltic countries, Estonia is by no means the weakest as it enjoys an advanced economy and superb technological infrastructure which will make your stay that much more pleasant. HAPPYCAR is here to help you find the best car hire Estonia has to offer so you can take full advantage of this vibrant country. We check the prices of international and local providers so that you don’t have to check each website, and provide you with the best deals on your specific vacation rental. Car rental Estonia will make your money go further.

General Information

Estonia re-gained its independence on the eve of the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991. The former Soviet state officially won its decades-long fight for sovereignty and was quickly accepted back into the international community. Estonian settlements date back to prehistoric times and only began to gain importance with the advent of the Vikings. During the 12th century, the Kingdom of Denmark laid a claim on Estonia and established the capital city of Reval (Tallin). The Danish heritage of Estonia can still be seen to this day in the country’s cuisine, coat of arms, and architecture.

Due to Estonia’s occupation by several nations throughout its history, the country enjoys a refreshing variety of delightful dishes; Danes, Germans, Swedes, Poles and Russians have contributed to the traditional dishes: marinated eel, blood sausage, and sauerkraut stew with pork. Black bread and potatoes are also staples in their cuisine, although during the summer months Estonians love to eat what nature provides them. As avid gardeners, they will consume whatever they can plant in their plots of earth: colorful berries, fruits, and vegetables often find their way onto their plates, or during the winter months, into marmalade jars.

The country’s capital, Tallinn, offers visitors a myriad of opportunities to explore the culture and history of Estonia. One of the main attractions of the city is its beautiful Old Town, featuring architecture dating back to Estonia’s medieval times, the Old Town is one of the best preserved medieval sites in the world. The area is a perfect place to take an afternoon stroll as you can view the medieval walls, walk through the narrow alleyways, take pictures of the impressive spires, or just relax near the square with a steaming cup of coffee.

Tartu is the perfect rural getaway if you wish to escape the big city life. Tartu offers numerous ways for you to relax, you can take a hike through the countryside, visit some of the 13th century buildings, or take a leisurely stroll through one of the many beautiful parks. Tartu, although rural, is home to the nation’s oldest and most renowned university, the University of Tartu making the nightlife in Tartu quite lively.

Take advantage of your Estonia car rental

When starting your journey through Estonia, you should take advantage of the many doors your HAPPYCAR car hire in Estonia will open for your. As a developed country, Estonia enjoys an extensive road system which connects the main areas of the country. Nature lovers will want to visit the Lahemaa National Park, the first and largest national park in Estonia, it is located roughly 50 kilometers east of Tallinn. The park provides a great overview of most of the natural and cultural landscapes characteristic of Estonia.

You will definitely want to explore some of the famous Estonian Islands. With 1,500 in total, you might want to focus on some of the larger and more well-known ones. The largest one, Saaremaa Island, features an intact and well-restored medieval castle with thatched rooftops, stone fences, functioning windmills, and home-made beer are signs you have landed on Saaremaa. The islands are reachable via your rental car with an advance booking for ferry tickets or during the winter months, you can safely cross the frozen waters with your car.

While in Estonia, you can take your rental car on a ferry across the Gulf of Finland to Helsinki; the approximately 3.5 hour trip will bring you to the vibrant capital of Finland. You will find the city to enjoy an attractive atmosphere with many cultural, architectural, and natural sights.

Book now with HAPPYCAR and take full advantage of the flexibility and freedom of an Estonia car hire. Our quick and hassle free service provides you with a great springboard into your adventures. The HAPPYCAR team wishes you a pleasant journey!