Haapsalu is located along the west coast of Estonia. Approximately 12,000 inhabitants have made this sleepy resort town their home. The land on which Haapsalu was built is made of several islets, and thus, it is sometimes referred to as the Nordic Venice.
Haapsalu has a temperate climate. The summers are cool and damp; July and August being comparatively warm are the best time to visit. Owing to its proximity to the sea, winters are severe.
In the 1800s, the Russian aristocracy first started visiting Haapsalu to avail of its therapeutic mud. Ever since, people from around the world have been visiting the several spas in the town to avail of the mud treatment.
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