Narva is the Eastern most city in Estonia, with just a river separating the city from Ivangorod in Russia. It takes 2.5 hours by train from Tallinn but there are only 4 trains a day each way. Bus services are more frequent but takes almost 4 hours one way.
Everywhere you go, you hear Russian being spoken. Some sources say that more than 90% of the people in Narva are ethnically Russians. It’s a beautiful town full of Russian influence. Here’s 8 reasons why you should make the trip here.