Estonia - Tourism, travel, and recreation

Visitors are drawn to the country's scenic landscapes, Hanseatic architecture, music and dance festivals, regattas, and beach resorts. The ancient town of Tallinn, noted for its architectural preservation, is a major tourist attraction and is linked by regular ferries to Helsinki and Stockholm.

In 2000 there were 3,310,300 visitor arrivals and tourism receipts totaled $506 million. There were 7,599 hotel rooms with 16,292 beds and a 48% occupancy rate. In 2003 the US Department of State estimated the cost of staying in Tallinn at $161 per day.

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