Travel Documents: Passport or identity card are required for entry in Estonia of European citizen. Children and minors must have their own passport / identity card. For nationals of most countries the required travel document for entry in Estonia is a valid passport. For some countries a visa is required for stays longer than 90 days.
Driving License: To drive in Estonia you must have your National driving license.
Car Insurance: To drive your own car in Estonia you must have a valid European insurance.
ESTONIA TRAVEL INSURANCE, HEALTH INSURANCE AND MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
Health Care: Health care and hospital services in Estonia are of good quality. European citizens to receive public health care need the European Health Insurance Card. An additional medical and travel insurance is always advisable.
Vaccinations: No vaccinations are required.
ESTONIA MOBILE PHONES AND INTERNET
Telephones: The international dialling code for Estonia is 00372.
Mobile Telephones: The GSM mobile phones work without a problem in Estonia, the signal coverage is very good. You can buy SIM cards by choosing from a wide range of operators.
Mobile telephone operators: EMT, Elisa and Tele2.
Internet: There are many public connections to access the Internet, in general any public library and post office has one. There are also many free Wi-Fi access in Estonia.
ESTONIA ELECTRICAL OUTLETS
Electricity: The electricity supply in Estonia is 230 volts AC, 50.
Electrical plugs and sockets: The electrical outlets used in Estonia are those of type C and F. Both outlets are like those used in continental Europe.
ESTONIA MONEY AND BANKING
Currency: The national currency of Estonia is Euro (EUR). Banks Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9:00 to 18:00, some banks are also open on Saturday mornings.
ESTONIA TYPICAL PRODUCTS:
Liqueurs (Vana Tallinn), Kalev chocolates. The traditional cuisine of Estonia is influenced by German cuisine, is usually made of pork, fish (trout), soups, cabbage, potatoes and vegetables. The national drink is beer made from malt or barley and rye.