I’ve mentioned couple of times in here or on Facebook how much I enjoy travelling in autumn. There are couple of reason for that but one of the most important is the beautiful autumn colours. This is my favourite season and even here at home I very often found myself speechless at the beauty of the nature that surrounds me. For my whole life I was so sure that the most beautiful autumn happens in Poland, after all we even have a special words describing indian summer – we call it „golden Polish autumn”.But then I travelled to Estonia and suddenly what I believed in for almost 30 years of my life didn’t matter anymore ;) As it turned out what we see in Poland might be beautiful but still it’s nothing in comparison with autumn in Estonia! When I was landing at Tallinn‚s airport I could already spot the orgy of colours everywhere and it was getting better and better with every minute!
Autumn in Estonia
Forests cover over half of Estonia so every time I traveled between cities (Tallinn to Tartu to Parnu to Tallinn) I was literally glued to the window and stared speechlessly at the nature playing its tricks! It was so amazing, there are no rights words to describe how incredible beautifully the autumn looked there! This trip just proved one more time why travelling at this time of the year is the best, the world around couldn’t be any prettier!
Since the picture is worth 1000 words I will just stop trying (and failing) to describe the beauty of autumn in Estonia. Instead let me show you some pictures so you can see how amazing everything looked like in mid-October in this tiny yet so interesting Baltic country!
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