In order to enter Estonia, certain goods are subject to specific controls and, regardless of their value and quantity, they require the consent of Estonia government, preferably, license must be obtained prior to passage through the customs, preventing the goods from being retained. On this page, you will see what kinds of items are prohibited from entering the Estonia, and which items need special documentation before exporting to Estonia.
Estonia admits cancelled or non-cancelled stamps only as part of an organised philatelic exchange.
Estonia admits only those medicines and vitamins authorised by the Records Office for Medicines and Pharmaceutical Products.
Senders should determine import restrictions from Estonian authorities before posting:
- Alcoholic beverages
- Animal products
- Dairy and fish products
- Food products
- Fruit and vegetables
- Plant and plant products
- Pharmaceutical products
- War material
Food products up to 5 kg
May be imported without a certificate in parcels, except raw material of animal origin, thermally untreated food products of animal origin, food additives and admixtures.
Seeds and plants
Seeds, plants and parts of plants require a Phytosanitary Certificate from the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service.
In addition to items prohibited by Dangerous and Prohibited Goods & Packaging Post Guide and ECI International Courier Regulations, Estonia prohibits:
- Currency, foreign
- Explosives, combustivle preperations
- Inorganic chemicals
- Items contrary to the political, social or economic order of the State
- Jewellery, precious stones and metals
- Live trees, plants and bulbs
- Paper securities serving as instruments of payment
- Products from the milling industry
- Seeds, grains and fruit
- Trademarks and labels
- Traveller’s cheques.
Estonian Postal authorities do not accept ordinary and registered letters containing articles subject to custom duty.