Information regarding moving to Estonia in 2020, and preparing for your move with resources for how you can make your travel and relocation move easy as possible. Don’t worry, we have you covered! There are some rules and regulations that you may want to know about first, especially regarding the COVID 19 pandemic and what you can expect to have happen from the pandemic. Estonia is a land that is beautiful, offering wide open spaces, plenty of fresh air, a positive vibe and a thriving, bustling start-up scene. It is no wonder that finally, after so many years, people are beginning to truly see the value in living in Estonia. Here is a fun fact. Did you know that Estonia is home to hundreds of little islands? So, let’s dive into moving into Estonia and get down to what you hopefully might expect from your relocation experience.

Moving to Estonia

You will want to fly in to Tallinn’s Lennart Meri Airport. This beautiful airport is sure to welcome you right. If you are considering moving to Estonia this coming year or you have already made commitments please read further as these insights may help you make your decision about moving to this beautiful country and if it is right for you. I’ve been living in Estonia now since I moved here from New Hampshire three years ago. I have many great tips I will share with you on my social media for those looking to move to Estonia and what they expect upon arriving in the country.

Living in Estonia in 2020

As you begin your adventures in Estonia, we recommend you explore the ancients forests of Estonia and learn more of the land. The one thing I absolutely love about Estonia is the nature. In Estonia you will find so much nature and it is beautiful. It is everywhere and you are going to love all of it.

In Estonia, you may want to prepare for a land full of darkness and it can get fairly cold here. You will not be producing much Vitamin D in the winter months here on the 59th parallel. Embracing the delicious food of Estonia is key as well. Enjoy root foods, meats and potatoes. Upon arriving at the international airport in Estonia you will need to find out how you are wanting to arrive at your Airbnb and what to expect.

Transportation in Tallinn, the Capital City

Okay, so you arrive at the airport in Tallinn and you are now looking to move into your new home. When you arrive you are also going to want to find a great sauna to call your favorite as well. We are going to take some time to talk about transportation in Estonia but don’t worry, the public transportation system works really well and a lot of people in Estonia speak English so this is good as well. When you arrive in Estonia you will need to decide if you are going to learn Estonian or not.

  • Public Transportation such as bus
  • Bicycles
  • Rollerblades
  • Walking

Estonian Supermarket Tour and Estonian Cooking Classes

Estonians love food just as much as everyone else does.