Estonia is the northernmost Baltic state and has borders with Russia and Latvia. Even though the country is situated northerly, it is often warmer than you might expect, thanks to the temperate maritime climate. From May to July, temperatures range between 15 and 20 degrees Celsius. The remainder of the year it is significantly colder. Estonia is a sparsely populated country with vast historical landscapes and is a wonderful destination for hikers and cyclists. In the north, the long coastline is characterised by spectacular cliffs, in the west by sandy beaches. One of the natural highlights of Estonia is Lake Peipus. Estonia’s capital, Tallinn, dates back to medieval times and still is mostly surrounded by an ancient city wall. Regardless of your holiday plans for Estonia, please be aware of diseases to which you may not be resistant. Our KLM Health Services health experts gladly tell you what vaccinations you require and provide advice on what else you can do to minimise health risks. Click here to make an appointment with one of our nurses.
Estonia vaccinations: the most common risks
In Estonia, you run a (small) risk of catching diseases to which you may not be resistant. Vaccines can protect you against these. Please find below a list of the most common health risks and diseases in Estonia and instantly know which specific vaccinations you require.