Regio Estonian Road Atlas (Regio Eesti teedeatlas) has been the best sold road atlas for many years and has become an icon among its kind.
The new atlas shows the Estonian administrative division after the administrative reform in 2017: maps show the new boundaries of administrative units, locations of town and parish governments and service centres, names of local governments. The names of several villages were changed during the reform and all of those can be found on the maps.
In addition to the accurate road maps the atlas includes all the maps of the towns of Estonian county centres, in addition the map of Narva.
The scale 1:100 000 makes the maps easy and comfortable to read and use.
Regio Road Atlas lays much stress on practical travel information: it contains a lot of practical travel tips – information on airports, ports, bus stations etc, and also detailed information, addresses and coordinates of over 5000 points of interest. Estonian 100th jubilee is still in focus.
The atlas comes with a new version of free Regio Road Atlas app „EestiTeed“ for iOS and Android smartphones. This app is the most up to date and constantly renewing Estonian map with detailed information on points of interest. The application works also in offline regime. NB! Address search by cadastral names.
Inside the atlas:
- About 300 historic sites relating to Estonian independence. Historian Mart Laar selected the sites and wrote information about them.
- 100 objects from The Estonian National Heritage Board adventure game ”100 treasures of Estonia”.
- Ca 5000 places of interest in English and Estonian.
- Ca 1300 natural sights, 700 manors, 500 museums, workshops and theme parks, 500 nature and hiking trails, 400 churches.
- Distance matrix of Estonian towns.
- Index of locations.
- Estonian general map and Estonian administrative map.