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Forests are the key to Estonian growth


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In an effort to increase investment in Eastern Europe and boost Estonian tourism, the national support agency for entrepreneurship has said it will concentrate its 2012 promotion efforts on nature tourism.

The agency, which acts as the tourism branch of Enterprise Estonia, aims to increase the number of people visiting Estonia's vast forest regions so that they can take in what is, to many already, a beautiful area of Europe.

Dozens of new attractions will be released and revamped in order to tempt people into the country's plush green lands including the Wittenstein historical centre, the Lotte children's theme park and the Rakvere Castle's new year-round theme park.

According to ERR News, Tarmo Mutso, Enterprise Estonia's director of tourism development, said: "Essentially, our goal is to send an increasing number of tourists visiting Estonia to the forest. The Estonian landscape as well as bird and animal life is one of the most diverse in Europe."

Tallinn was voted the European Capital of Culture in 2011.

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