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Danish Embassy for Estonia

Danish Embassy in Estonia

Address: Wismari 5, 15047 Tallinn
City: Tallinn (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2 hours)
Tel.: (372) 630 6400
Fax: (372) 630 6421
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 10.00 – 16.00

The Royal Danish Embassy can be found at Wismari 5 in central Tallinn overlooking the beautiful Hirve Park, the Estonian parliament, the Pikk Hermann tower and the Alexander Nevski church. The most important undertaking of the Embassy is to continuously strengthen the political and economic relations between Denmark and Estonia. The special historical connection between these countries, together with the cultural and geographical closeness and joint membership of a number of international organisations like the European Union and NATO, offers a unique foundation for cooperation between the two peoples and countries.

The Danish Embassy in Tallinn has no longer a commercial department with local, Estonian commercial staff. Instead it functions under the Trade Council, which again is a part of the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as part of a regional collaboration comprising also the Danish Embassies in Finland, Latvia and Lithuania. The task is to assist Danish companies looking to either export, outsource or invest in Estonia and I encourage Danish companies to take an interest in this important, geographically close, and potentially even bigger market.

The Embassy can legalize Estonian documents for use in Denmark if the document has first been legalized by the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Certain types of documents can be endorsed with an Apostille; these documents are immediately useable in Denmark as both Estonia and Denmark are parties to the Apostille Convention.

Due to Estonia’s participation in the Schengen co-operation, Estonian citizens and holders of Estonian Alien’s passports are able to travel freely within the entire Schengen area, including Denmark, for up to 90 days.

NOTE: The Embassy is charging its clients fees in accordance with the Executive Order on Payment for Services provided by the Danish Foreign Service. In some cases, there is an hourly charge, in others a flat fee is paid for the service rendered.

Theft or loss of a valid passport must be reported to the police and a police report should be presented when applying for a new passport. Otherwise a passport is applied as normally. When reporting a lost passport to the police it should be noted that a report made by telephone and a registration number given on the basis of that might not be adequate proof to the insurance company. The report can be made in person at a police station so that a report of the crime is available in writing.

The Embassy is closed on the following holidays:

  • 1 January – New Year's Day
  • 24 February – Independence Day, anniversary of the Republic of Estonia
  • March/April – Maunday Thursday
  • March/April – Good Friday
  • March/April – Easter Monday
  • 1 May – Spring Day
  • 16 May – Common Prayer Day
  • 9 June – Whitsun Monday
  • 23 June – Victory Day
  • 24 June – Midsummer’s Day
  • 20 August – Estonian Day of Restoration of Independence
  • 24 December – Christmas Eve
  • 25 December – Christmas Day
  • 26 December – Boxing Day
  • 31 December – New Year’s Eve

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