8.4.2017 | Estonia
01 The unbelievable 5th season
Experience an unforgettable sight at Soomaa National Park, where flooding rivers cover a space of 170 m2. It’s referred to as the fifth season, during which the best way to get around is with a canoe.
02 Natalie Imbruglia in Tallinn
Known for her 90s hit Torn, Natalie Imbruglia will take to the stage at Tallinn’s Rock Café on 24 April. The artist is on her world tour, which this time around will have her performing in smaller venues. This will be the Australian singer’s first time in Estonia.
03 Soup town party
You know it’s spring when Tartu’s Supilinn or Soup Town celebrates with its own festival, taking place 17-23 April. The week-long festival includes many cultural and sport events, as well as workshops.
04 Festival of coffee
From 28-29 April, the first ever Tallinn Coffee Festival will take place. The smell of coffee beans will fill Tallinn’s Kultuurikatel. Many coffee roasters and coffee brands will be on-site. Festival visitors can vote for their favourite coffee.
05 Swinging towards Walpurgis night
Swing into spring at the Tallinn Swing Weekend, taking place from 28-30 April. Dance lessons and swing parties will be taking place all over town. International instructors and groups will be attending as well.
PHOTOS: TOOMAS TUUL, PRESS
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