Tallinn, the country's capital, is situated 95 miles (153 kilometers) northeast of Rannakula.
Traveling in this popular region is all about discovery, so be sure to hit the road and visit some of the other fabulous cities, towns and villages dotted around Rannakula. Liiva, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the southwest, and Kuressaare, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the northeast of Rannakula are also well worth checking out.
Estonia is graced with some wonderful churches and other sites of spiritual importance, perfect places to catch a glimpse of Rannakula's spiritual side.
Try some of the area's most popular cold weather activities. Locals and tourists alike enjoy cross-country skiing here. Snow shoeing is also popular.
For many, the attraction of traveling to a new place is learning new flavors, tastes and aromas. Don't miss the opportunity to eat at the region's restaurants. Locals in this region commonly use pork and baltic herring in their meals. Two of the local favorites to order are sult (pork) are rosolje (herring, beet and potato). Estonia desserts such as habelik taluneiu (rye bread and cream pudding) are also great to try.
When it's time to say farewell to Rannakula, head to the nearest major airport located in Tallinn, 100 miles (161 kilometers) to the northeast.