Here you will find important tips and useful information for Estonia.
in Euro (EUR)
For ATM cash withdrawals
For cashless payments in shops, restaurants, hotels, and online
in local currency
For minor expenses on arrival in country of destination
Local currency / ISO Code
Currency exchange rate
EUR 1 = ~ CHF 1.10 ; CHF 1 = ~ EUR 0.91 (07/2020)
Customary credit cards are accepted in most places. For more detailed information, please contact the credit card issuer.
Credit cards are recommended for car rentals. Prepaid cards are generally accepted for payment but not for reservations. Please check the possible payment methods with the car rental company in advance.
Observe elementary safety precautions.
Special legal regulations
Very strict laws to fight illegal drugs.
Public alcohol consumption is prohibited.
Vaccination against diphtheria, tetanus, hepatitis A, polio and measles recommended.
Swiss driver's license accepted for car rentals if obtained at least 1 year previously, varies by rental company.
Minimum age for car rentals: 21 to 25 (varies by company).
CH sticker, breakdown triangle, first-aid kit, two wedges to install under the wheels and fire extinguisher mandatory.
Headlights must be on even during the day.
Blood alcohol limit: 0.2 ‰.
9.00 - 16.00 h (Mon - Fri)
9.00/10.00 - 18.00/19.00 h (Mon - Fri)
8.00 - 17.00 h (Sat)
Passport still valid after end of stay or valid ID card for stays up to 3 months.
220 volt; 2-pronged round plug / adapter required for 3-pronged plug
00 41 (disregard '0' preceding Swiss area codes)
Russian, German, English and Finnish
Consulate General of Switzerland
c/o Trüb Baltic AS
Tallinn, Laki 5
Tel.: +372 658 11 33
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