This Bradt guide to Estonia is informative and readable, and overall the best guide book to the country I have come across. As well as giving you all the things you expect from a guide - when to go, where to stay, places to eat and drink, entertainment and nightlife (at least, in Tallinn) and so on - it is full of practical advice (eg for disabled visitors) and interesting background information. Some of this is provided by experts (eg the section on sensible health precautions to take before visiting the countryside or coming into close contact with animals) and some is in the form of personal accounts, which give fascinating insights into life in Estonia, past and present. Another excellent feature of the guide is the amount of space devoted to places in Estonia beyond its capital city, Tallinn. I have travelled in and around Estonia over the last 15 years, but I found references to many places which were unfamiliar to me, or which now have facilities and amenities, which I know did not exist in earlier years! The author, Neil Taylor, is clearly very knowledgeable about Estonia, and apart from the occasionally curious turn of phrase - for example (of a small town on the border with Latvia) "Valka is a town dominated by death" (page 218) - writes with a real enthusiasm for the country. This is a guide to read with pleasure before and after your visit, as well as being of great practical assistance while you are there.