Narva-Joesuu is situated about 120 miles (193 kilometers) east of Tallinn, the country's capital.
It's little wonder Narva-Joesuu is a perennial favourite with with international and local vacationers alike; Estonia has been blessed with captivating attractions. Kalvi, lays 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the east, and Rakvere is situated 60 miles (97 kilometers) to the east.
Houses of worship are often the best places to experience a community's big beating heart. The churches of Estonia are no exception.
Have a go at some of the area's great winter attractions. Join the locals and go cross-country skiing here. Snow shoeing is also popular.
Local menus are one of the keys to getting to know about an area. So take the time to visit some of Estonia's bars, cafés and restaurants. Cooks in this part of the world commonly include pork and baltic herring in the food they cook. Sult (pork) and rosolje (herring, beet and potato) are some popular meals to taste. After the main course has settled order the delicious habelik taluneiu (rye bread and cream pudding).
Independence Day is celebrated on the 24th of February, so if you're visiting at this time, put aside your sightseeing and join in the local festivities with happy locals.
The nearest major airport, Pulkovo Airport, is situated in St. Petersburg, 80 miles (129 kilometers) to the east of Narva-Joesuu, a handy point to remember when planning your trip.