Viljandi Vacation Packages
Viljandi is situated about 80 miles (129 kilometers) south of Tallinn, the national capital.
During your stay here, spend time at Viljandi Castle. Another attraction is Lake Viljandi.
Estonia is a popular tourism destination. To discover why, check out the other fascinating natural and cultural attractions surrounding Viljandi. Soomaa National Park and Paide are two other places you may wish to visit while you're in Estonia.
Tartu is around 40 miles (64 kilometers) from Viljandi. This center offers a some great visitor attractions, including Tamme Stadium, St. John's Church (Jaani Kirik) and University of Tartu. Inglisild, Tartu Cathedral (Toomkirk) and Estonian National Museum are also good spots for checking out before heading back to Viljandi.
A good trick to get a true feel for a place is by understanding its history. While in Estonia, take the time to see the area's fine old towns.
Try out some of this area's most popular winter attractions. Many locals enjoy snow shoeing here. Cross-country skiing is also popular.
There's no nicer approach to get to the heart of a place than sampling the local cuisine. People in this region commonly make use of pork and baltic herring in their kitchen. Sult (pork) and rosolje (herring, beet and potato) are common dishes enjoyed by travelers and locals. Habelik taluneiu (rye bread and cream pudding), is the perfect way to wrap up your meal.
When booking your trip to Viljandi, it's good to remember that the handiest major airport, Lennart Meri Airport, is situated in in Tallinn, 80 miles (129 kilometers) to the north.
Accommodation in Viljandi
Hotel options in Viljandi are rather limited. View the range on Expedia's Viljandi lodging page.