Estonia, officially the Republic of Estonia, is a country in Northern Europe.
Estonia has land borders to the south with Latvia and Russia to the east.
The tourism bureau says, “Like Alice in her Wonderland, you will find there is even more
to see in Estonia than you have dreamed about.
The dream world becomes real and the reality is unbelievable.”

Tallinn, Estonia’s capital city is only about 40 miles south of Helsinki, across the Gulf of Finland.
Sweden is Estonia’s western neighbour across the Baltic. Russia is to the east, with St. Petersburg
just across the north-eastern border.

While Tallinn may not be a cultural metropolis like London, Paris or New York, people here do still like to
feed their souls. The town is home to a number of theatres, an opera house, several interesting museums
and galleries, and even an art-house cinema.

Though attitudes in Tallinn have become more in line with those of Western Europe over the last few years,
overt public displays of affection are still rare here. Similarly, Tallinn’s gay nightlife venues, with a couple of exceptions, tend to keep a low profile.

Gay and Lesbian Information Office
Tartu mnt 29
ph +372 5811 6969

 Parliament House – how gay is that?!

There has been a gradual improvement for the position of the GLBT community in Estonia since 1990.
Several gay groups have been set up and since 1998 Tallinn has hosted a large and popular gay club.
Estonia’s close ties with Scandanavia would suggest that the position is likely to improve in the future. 
Some friends went to  Estonia and would recommend Tallinn as an interesting
and different city break for gay and lesbian visitors.  –
I just love all those European guys! And the countries are so rich in history and architecture.
The age of consent here is 14! Can you imagine????
For club information and nightlife – check here.