Harju County in Estonia has recently become popular with stag groups, who flock to the picturesque capital of Tallinn to make the most of the cheap alcohol and thriving nightlife. However, during the day there is plenty to keep stags and city-breakers alike entertained, from the picturesque Old Town area, where holidaymakers can relax in one of the coffee shops with a hot chocolate and slice of gingerbread, to the KGB Museum which documents the country’s Soviet past. There is even a small beach on the outskirts of the city, which visitors can cycle to and explore the nearby monastery.
Outside of Tallinn, even more of Estonia is just waiting to be discovered. Harju County is a mixture of verdant terrain and small cities. In Padise, holidaymakers can visit an old monastery which provides stunning views out across the nearby area. Whilst Paldiski boasts a waterfall reserve bordering the banks of the Keila River and Suuruupi is famous for its large lighthouse.
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