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I’m told that Tallinn is a real highlight of this route around the Baltic sea so irrespective as to whether I’m arriving from Helsinki or from St. Petersburg (where, presumably, I wouldn’t be doing much cycling), it would be a good place to take a pause and explore. I can, potentially, see me taking a relatively long great from the cycling as Helsinki, I’m sure, is also worth exploring. Once back on the bike cycling any serious distance I’ll have the Estonian Islands in sight. Again, I’ve been promised that they are a real treat.
“Eurovelo 10 follows the Estonian National Route 1 for 981 km along the Baltic coast. Completed back in 2001, this stunning route takes in the astoundingly beautiful scenery of the Lahemaa National Park close to the Russian border and the city of Narva, where the Soviet Union has let visible traces. Then it crosses the medieval capital city Tallinn, a true fairy tale, before going to the islands of Muhu, Saaremaa and Hiiumaa where you will come face to face with Estonia’s rich natural environment. Before continuing to Latvia, you will still visit Pärnu, a popular summer holiday resort with many hotels, restaurants, and large beaches.”ECF EuroVelo