TALLINN – Maris Nogu, head of curriculum for tourism and restaurant management at the Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences, said that domestic tourism will likely see a good summer this year as borders are closed and Estonians have no other option than to travel within the country.
Nogu, who runs a hotel in the northeastern town of Rakvere, said that all bookings for the next six months fell through a month ago and are now gradually being restored. "It is quite clear that people will be driving around Estonia this summer and looking for undi...
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