Enjoying the ambiance of Freedom Square, next to the Old Town of Tallinn, I talked to Silja Veerme, Manager of Tallinn Tourism Information Centre, and Mariann Lugus, Secretary General of the Estonian Travel and Tourism Association (ETFL), not only about Estonia‘s EU Presidency nearing the end, but also about what is at the core of their daily routine– tourism trends and what is affecting them, and what will be impacting them in the future. “We definitely will see larger flows of Chinese tourists and we have to get ready for them,” both told The Baltic Times.
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