|Sept 14-16 2023||Physiology in Focus|
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September is a typical autumn month in Tallinn, capital of Estonia.
The average temperature in September is 12-17°C, there is plenty of sunlight and colourful leaves. Nights tend to be rather chilly with an average low temperature of 7°C. There might be occasional showers so we recommend checking the weather forecast beforehand and bringing suitable clothes.
It is a good idea to check weather.ee for accurate weather information.
Eastern Europe Time GMT +2 (EET), adding one hour in summer.
In case of an accident or sudden illness, call for an ambulance or the police free-of-charge from any phone: 112.
Pharmacies are usually open from 10:00-19:00 in major shopping centres. The pharmacy on the Town Hall Square in the Town Hall building is open 24/7.
No vaccinations or health certificates are required for entry into Estonia. A health insurance policy is optional. Travellers requiring dialysis can read more about local treatment options here.
Estonia has become famous for its abundance of free, public Wi-Fi, which is available in nearly every café, restaurant, hotel and hostel, as well in open spaces such as city squares and parks.
National currency: Euro (1 euro = 100 cents)
Most banks are open from 9:00 to 18:00 on weekdays.
Major credit cards are widely accepted throughout the country. ATMs are easily found everywhere.
Western Union service is available in most post offices and banks in Tallinn. Read more here.
Estonia has been a member of the European Union (as well as NATO) since 2004. Estonia is also a part of the Schengen visa area. Nationals of the EU are free to enter Estonia. The required travel document for entry is a national ID card or passport.
For more specific information, please contact the nearest Estonian consulate or embassy, or check the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs' website.
The electrical current is 220 volts AC, 50 Hz, European-style 2-pin plugs are in use.
The official language in Estonia is Estonian, but many people speak English and Russian, also Finnish and German, and some speak French.
Estonia’s country code: +372. International calls from Estonia: 00 + country +...