We warmly welcome you because it’s possible to enjoy everything that Estonia has to offer

There are no restrictions on services and tourism attractions based on presenting vaccination/recovery certificate or negative test result or wearing a mask . Please read the details at the website of Estonian Tourist Board.

Find all the latest data on Estonia’s infection rate per 100 000 inhabitants, our vaccination rate and overall healthcare information at the website of the Health Board.

Who can enter and how?

We welcome you with no restrictions from any place of the world if you are recovered or vaccinated.

Fully vaccinated no more than 12 months ago or no more than 180 days since diagnosis – no testing, no isolation (still testing for recovered people coming from some countries outside Europe, please find the detailed list at the website of Ministry of Foreign Affairs).

Entry to Estonia cannot be earlier than obtaining maximum protection depending on your vaccine type. Otherwise – depending on the infection rate of the country, testing and isolation rules apply. Detailed information for testing and isolation rules and about needed documents will be availabe at the website of Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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You Are Safe Here

Responsible companies in Estonia has joined the consumer label “Covid-19 Safe & Clean”.

Companies that have joined the label confirm that:

  1. While indoors, attendants and visitors are able to keep their distance from one another.
  2. Disinfectants are located in places that are visible to everyone, and there are more disinfection stations than set forth in the minimum requirements.
  3. Keep their staff informed of the requirements and recommendations of the Health Board and ensure that no one comes to work with a runny nose, cough or other signs of illness.
  4. They monitor their clients, and an individual is asked to return home if any signs of illness are detected. All surfaces that have been touched by a person exhibiting signs of illness shall then be disinfected.
  5. Constantly ventilate interior spaces: keep the windows open, if possible and, if the windows do not open, ventilate the interior by keeping the exterior doors open. When ventilating, both outdoor and indoor temperatures are monitored.

The following is a list of Pärnu businesses that confirm that they have done everything in their power to protect guests from the possible risk of infection and that their health is safeguarded while staying with them. One can’t be too cautious these days, so it is quite sensible to take the safety aspect into account when choosing a place to stay. Please find the list here.

These companies confirm that they comply with all of the Health Board’s COVID-19 codes of conduct for accommodation leisure and catering establishments in order to ensure people’s well-being and good health.

NB! Information published by Visit Pärnu regarding COVID-19 restrictions rely on information disclosed by official government organisations. Any data presented on Visit Pärnu’s website is informative only – i.e. without juridical foundation, and should be viewed as such. Please keep in mind, that governmental authorities may change the conditions for entering and staying in the country with a short period of notice. Visit Pärnu does not take responsibility for your decisions to travel or to cancel a trip – neither for any other decisions you make based on the information presented on our website nor the possible consequences resulting. We recommend you to make yourself familiar with all the travel-related restrictions, including the ones related to specific transport connections, services to be consumed etc. In case you notice some contradictory or outdated information on this website, please be kind and inform us by writing to info@visitparnu.com.