Poltsamaa is a lovely Estonian smalll town with a romantic flavour. It used to be the residence of the king of Livonia in 1500s. It also used to be an important centre of the national awakening and the enlightenment era. Now it is known for the wine making, a big rose garden, and summer events in the castle yard, beautiful river and many bridges, a...more
There are some cute little locally owned shops in Poltsamaa selling locally made arts and crafts or bakery. Try the sugary bretzels or black bread made in Kördiööbiku Bakery. The smell will take you there. The bakery is in an old house which used to be a school long time ago. Lemmik lilleäri has some amazing women working there who will do the most...more
The Väike-Maarja Collective Farm reconstructed the building with a view towards historical preservation, opening the Museum in 1988. The Museum was in the care of the Collective Farm until it was dissolved in 1993, at which time the Municipality assumed responsibility for its care and maintenance. Advice: ask for a guide. She will tell you the full...more
A wonderful and cosy place for to have some food with a beautiful environment. Don't miss it on your way.
Favorite Dish: Food is really delicious there and nice served. And don't forget to try the local beer, of course. It's really tasteful! :)