How To Open A Bank Account In Estonia

Estonia may not have the biggest expat community, but in Tallinn and Tartu, it’s starting to gain traction—especially with families, international students and young professionals.This is, in part, thanks to the country being among the most advanced in terms of digital and tech industries. Another contributing factor is that many diplomats and politicians choose to […]

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The Cost Of Living In Estonia

On January 1, 2011 Estonia joined the European Union and adopted the euro as its national currency. Previous to that, from 1928 to 1940 and then again from 1992 to 2011, the Estonian currency was the kroon. At the time, the exchange rate was 15.65 Estonian kroon to one euro. During the transition, prices for […]

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