Easily the biggest event on the calendar, this hugely popular, four-day music festival is renowned for its friendly, relaxed vibe and impressive international line-up. It sees Viljandi’s population double in size ar…
This increasingly prestigious international festival has been showcasing documentary films since 1987. It’s held at the Museum of New Art and other venues in town over two weeks in early July.
Over the second weekend in June, around 45,000 people wend their way around the 200 food vendors in Vallikäär Park, enjoying the best of Estonian cuisine.
Pärnu goes medieval for a weekend in late June, with a knightly tournament, market stalls, performances and a poultry and livestock fair.
Archaic instruments and musical forms are showcased in the town's churches and concert halls over a week in mid-July.
Celebrating the town’s past over a long weekend in early June.