Diverse landscape and an intriguing history best describe the region of Northern Estonia. The capital of Estonia, Tallinn, one of the oldest capital cities in Northern Europe is situated in this region. The Northern region has a colourful history and a dynamic present, charming fishing villages are scattered along the amazing limestone cliffs that offer breathtaking panoramic views over the sea. The region also features one of Estonia's most popular nature reserves, the Lahemaa National Park with its jagged coasts, vast forest, wetlands and many hiking trails. The region also boasts of many medieval castles, elegantly restored manor estates and beautiful waterfalls from Tallinn to Narva, the country's most easterly city. North Estonia is a place with great history and is stunning natural beauty.