What Do You Need To Know About the Estonia Tourist Visa?
Have you heard about Estonia and got itchy feet? Estonia offers you unique experiences of visiting Tallinn TV Tower, riding a bike along the Narva River Promenade, and listening to the sounds of nature through Pähny Megaphones.
Before you start making a list of the sights you have to see, you should deal with entry documents. In this guide, DoNotPay will help you figure out whether you need an Estonia tourist visa and other details important for your trip.
No, they are not. Estonia is a part of the Schengen zone, which means that you can enter this country and stay for 90 days in any six-month period.
If you are a U.S. citizen, here is what you need to enter Estonia:
- A valid U.S. passport that is not older than ten years
- Proof that you have financial means to support yourself during your entire stay
- Documents that show the purpose of your trip
Starting from 2022, U.S. citizens will have to apply for ETIAS (European Travel Information and Authorisation Systems). This system keeps track of all visitors to the Schengen zone who don’t need a visa to enter. Note that ETIAS will allow U.S. tourists to stay in Estonia for a 90-day period.
In case you are planning your travel in 2022, you are obliged to apply for ETIAS before the trip. These are the requirements to obtain an ETIAS permit:
- Valid U.S. passport
- Active email address
- Credit or debit card
To enter Estonia, you will need to show either a:
- Negative result of the PCR test you took in the last 72 hours
- Negative result of the antigen test you took 48 hours before your trip
- Vaccination certificate
You will also need a complete declaration of health. If you have already recovered from COVID-19 or have been vaccinated, you can enter Estonia without completing a declaration.
You will also have to present the information about:
- Potential contact with a person that shows obvious symptoms of COVID-19
- Persons you are traveling with
- Your travel itinerary
U.S. citizens can enter Estonia without quarantine. This country allows public events and meetings that gather up to 1,000 people indoors and 5000 people outdoors. All the visitors should wear a mask.
If you have some questions about Schengen visa, ETAS, or anything else regarding your trip to Estonia, you should contact their embassy or one of the honorary consuls listed below:
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|The Embassy of Estonia||
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Looking for accurate info about the visa application process is a time-consuming task. Various websites provide you with different info, and it might take you hours to figure out what is true. Before you waste another second, give DoNotPay a try!
Our app will tell you exactly what you need to know. We will check whether you need a tourist visa, what are the entry requirements for your destination country, and if the embassy accepts applications via email.
Here is what you need to do to receive our help:
- Log in to DoNotPay
- Select the Tourist Visa Guide product
- Click to confirm you are a U.S. citizen or passport owner
- Choose the destination you want to visit
After performing some checks, DoNotPay will send you a complete list of the mandatory paperwork for visa application. If you wish, we can also provide you with a direct link to the online application form (if available) or its printable version.
Whether you are traveling to Estonia or any other country in European Union, we are here to help you prepare for your trip stress-free.
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