The national capital Tallinn is located 50 miles (80 kilometers) northwest of Paide.
From much-loved, tourist hotspots to still-undiscovered gems, Estonia is brimming with fabulous attractions. Aegviidu, is 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the south, while Viljandi is situated 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the north.
Around 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the northwest of Paide is Tallinn, a regional center where you'll find Tallinn Song Festival Grounds (Lailuvaljak), Pikk Hermann and Port of Tallinn. Great Coastal Gate, Church of the Holy Spirit (Puhavaimu Kirik) and House of the Brotherhood of Black Heads are good places to visit.
Whatever your beliefs, visitors are sure to enjoy at Estonia's churches and other holy sites.
When the months get cooler, spend time in this area. Grab your woollen hat and scarf and try some of the wintersports on offer here. Try snow shoeing or cross-country skiing.
For many people, experiencing new horizons is as much about the culinary landscape as it is about sightseeing, so make the effort to sample the local specialties at the region's restaurants. Pork and baltic herring are often included as part of meals here. Sult (pork) and rosolje (herring, beet and potato) are two much-loved choices sure to imbue visitors' palates with a true taste of Estonia. Those who would like to try something else, can order habelik taluneiu (rye bread and cream pudding), a lovely way to complete your Estonia culinary experience.
When booking your trip to Paide, it's good to remember that the nearest major airport, Lennart Meri Airport, is located in in Tallinn, 45 miles (72 kilometers) away.