Estonia visa requirements for Indonesians
Travel and visa requirements
Basic Travel Requirements for Indonesians visiting Estonia
Travelers are required to fulfill the following requirements in order to apply for a Estonian Visa.
Estonia Visa for Indonesians
Facts about Estonia
Types of Estonia Visa
|Types of Visa||Processing Time||Duration of Stay|
|Tourist visa||30 days||90 days|
|Business visa||30 days||90 days|
General Requirements for Estonia Visa
Estonia Tourist Visa Eligibility & Requirements
- An Estonian tourist visa is available for Indonesians with intentions to traveling to Estonia for tourism purposes.
- Travel medical insurance confirmation of minimum 30,000 € coverage within Estonia and the entire Schengen area must be provided.
- A cover letter stating the purpose of visit to Estonia and itinerary is required.
- A copy of your return-ticket reservation with dates and flight numbers specifying entry and exit from Estonia must be provided.
- Proof of accommodation for the whole duration of the intended stay in Estonia should be provided.
- Proof of civil status (marriage certificate, birth certificate of children, etc) must be provided.
- Proof of sufficient financial means for the period of stay in Estonia must be provided.
- In Estonia, everyone is required by law to wear small reflectors on clothing when it is dark outside.
- Fines for refusing to wear the reflectors range from $50 to $500 USD.
- All visitors are subject to local laws. If you violate local laws knowingly or otherwise, you may be expelled, arrested, or imprisoned.
Estonia Business Visa Eligibility & Requirements
- The Estonian business visa is issued to Indonesians traveling to Estonia for business purposes.
- Invitation letter from the Estonian company you will be visiting and their detailed address accompanied by the dates of your visit must be provided.
- You are required to provide a certificate from your employer stating/approving your business travel.
- If there were previous trade relations between the two companies, proof of such events must be provided.
- The business bank statement of the latest 6 months must be provided by the applicant.
- Memorandum and Article of Association in original certified copy (registered with joint-stock companies) Trade License (first issued and present renewal), Proprietorship/Partnership documents must also be provided.
- Regarding the applicant’s expenses during stay in Estonia, either the employer or the partner company must state coverage of expenses on the letter or invitation.
- Applicants traveling for the aim of setting up a business in Estonia must send an application to the Estonian government, informing the government that they qualify for the permit on the basis of establishing and managing an enterprise that will benefit the country’ economy.
- This application must contain the enterprise’s business plan and its formation and operating documents. Moreover, if the applicant has a holding in a company, the applicant must have at least invested in the business in Estonia.
Estonia Visa Fees
Estonia Visa Application Centres & Embassies in Indonesia
Jl. Pinang Emas III/17 Pondok Indah Jakarta 12310 Indonesia
(+62) 21 70 82 8803
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it safe to visit Estonia?
Estonia is pretty safe to travel to. Its crime rates are mostly low, and though there are areas to avoid, pickpockets, mugging or other types of assault are not common. However, the capital city of Tallinn can get a bit dangerous, like any other major city.
What currency does Estonia use?
The currency used in Tallinn is the Kroon. Tallinn is the capital of Estonia. If you are traveling to Tallinn, you will need to exchange your currency for the Estonian Kroon. You may exchange your money for the Kroon at most Tallinn banks or at specialized stores called Foreign Exchange Bureaus.
What is the main religion in Estonia?
The religious population is predominantly Christian and includes followers of 90 affiliations, most prominently Eastern Orthodoxy and Lutheranism.
What is the climate in Estonia?
The Estonian climate is temperate and mild, characterized by warm summers and fairly severe winters. The weather is often breezy and humid due to the proximity of the Baltic Sea.