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Welcome to Estonia

Emigrate to Estonia

To help you with your planning, we have compiled some useful information:
In 2018, 107 Germans officially emigrated to Estonia and 66 returned home. Within the 10 years from 2008 to 2017, 759 Germans officially emigrated to Estonia and 618 moved back to Germany.
In 2017, 1,414 Germans officially lived in Estonia. Estonia, as well as Latvia and Lithuania, do not necessarily belong to the typical immigration countries. Nevertheless, there have been more and more people emigrating here recently - perhaps because of the unspoilt landscape or the reliability of the people in this region.
The Estonians are quite reserved people but with an extremely warm friendliness.
Moving Estonia e.g. Tallinn planned?
Talk to us, your removal company Alphaservice Umzüge!
Phone: +49 40 514 97 80

How long does it take to move to Estonia?

Estonia, the northernmost country in the Baltic States, has about 1,500 islands in the Baltic Sea. The climate in Estonia is quite cool. There are bitterly cold winters and only moderately warm summers.
Almost 50% of Estonia is covered with trees. In these forests you can find deer, roe deer, foxes, lynxes, moose, brown bears, wolves and snow hares.
A residence permit can be applied for at the Embassy of the Republic of Estonia in Berlin or, as an EU citizen, directly in Estonia. Sufficient income must be proven.
This includes pensions, scholarships, assets and wages. Permanent residence must be registered within one month of the residence permit being issued. The temporary residence permit is issued for a period of 5 years.
Whether you are planning to move to Tallinn, Tartu or anywhere else in this beautiful country, choosing the right removal company to safely store and professionally transport your belongings is essential.
We have been handling removals to and from Estonia professionally and damage-free for our customers for 10 years. Quality and service at a fair price. The table below gives you an approximate overview of the transit time you can expect when moving to Estonia, for example from Düsseldorf to Tartu:
Umzugsgröße Dauer
1 Zimmer 1-2 Tage
2  Zimmer 2-3 Tage
3 Zimmer 2-3 Tage
4 Zimmer 2-3 Tage
5 Zimmer 3-5 Tage

Benefit from the experience of our specialists at Alpha Service

We settle accounts directly with the German Armed Forces, employers and the Employment Agency and European organisations.
Storage possible in many German cities (e.g. Hildesheim, Bielefeld or Hanover).
Additional services can be booked, e.g. furniture lift, stair climberTurnkey complete removals on request ("all-round carefree") or partial services only.
No hidden costs.

Reliable and inexpensive relocation to Estonia with Alpha Service Ltd.

If you are looking for a moving company to take care of your private move or VIP move Estonia then please call us right away.
You have come to the right place, we specialise in international removals and relocation. Our staff will take care of your belongings on the spot and ensure a smooth move into your new home. We will help you to make your move as pleasant as possible. 
Private Removal to Estonia - CostsBecause there are so many variables, it is often difficult to estimate the cost of international removals, as they can vary considerably. However, you should consider the following factors when planning your move to Estonia.
Mode of transport: Moving by air is generally the fastest, but also more expensive. Alternatively, there are many routes for land freight, which is usually cheaper.
Size of move: The size and weight of the possessions, will affect the cost as the calculation of the price is based on the weight and space requirements of the goods to be moved.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please fill out our form accurately and completely so that we can provide you with a binding quote.
Packing: Special moving boxes and packaging are the best solution to ensure that fragile items are transported safely
Moving to Estonia, like any foreign move, is a challenge. Then there is the language.
Estonian is an inflectional-agglutinative language and belongs to the East Sea Finnish branch of the Finno-Ugric language group.  Estonian is closely related to Finnish and Livonian, which became extinct in 2013. There is a distant relationship to Hungarian. Estonian is the only official language of the Republic of Estonia and is spoken by 950,000 people there.
The cost of living in Estonia is much cheaper than in Western Europe. However, in the capital Tallinn, rents for flats are sometimes high. 
Most people who move to Estonia from Germany usually bring most of their possessions with them. However, to ensure that not only the transport but also the entire relocation goes off without complications, it is advisable to take care of the formalities as well as possible beforehand.
Alpha Service advises German and Swiss customers as your relocation professional in an uncomplicated, personal and reliable manner
Carefree and stress-free moving to Estonia with the moving company Alphaservice Umzüge from Hamburg (Germany) .
Of course, we also carry out furniture removals and removals to other countries, e.g. removal Norway.

Alpha Service advises you as your removal professional in Germany or Switzerland reliably at a favourable price.

How do you prepare your move to Estonia?
Start planning two months before the move. The earlier you start, the greater the chances that your move will be a success.
Call Alpha Service and we will give you a competitive quote in Germany and Switzerland. This is the easiest way to move with a clear conscience.
Alpha Service, which specialises in international removals, will ensure that everything runs smoothly. This will benefit you and can take the whole burden off your shoulders.
Our tips for moving Estonia:
* Organise your move at least 2 months in advance, including placing the order.
* Remember all the necessary documents
Carefree and stress-free relocation to Estonia


Officially the Republic of Estonia is a state in the Baltic region. As the northernmost of the three Baltic states, it borders Latvia to the south, Russia to the east, and the Baltic Sea to the north and west. There are close ties with Finland across the Gulf of Finland, and historically there are many cultural links with Germany through the Baltic Germans.  First independent from 1918 to 1940 and again since 1991, Estonia is a member of the United Nations and has been a member of the EU since 2004. Estonia is also a member of the Council of Europe, NATO and the OSCE, since 2010 of the OWZE and since 2011 of the Eurozone.
Estonia has a good 1.3 million inhabitants (January 2018). The capital and largest city of Estonia is Tallinn, the second largest city is Tartu. Estonia is located in the north of the Baltic States. The classification of the region as a whole, in turn, is controversial and is influenced not only by geographical factors, but also by historical, cultural and political aspects. Estonia lies on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea.
In terms of area, it is slightly smaller than Lower Saxony and slightly larger than Switzerland. The forest and hill country, rich in lakes and with many peat bogs (some of which are used for peat extraction), has an average altitude of only 50 metres. In the southeastern moraine area it rises to the Livonian hill country to the highest elevation, Suur Munamägi (318 metres). The largest lake is Peipsi järv (Lake Peipus), and the largest islands are Saaremaa and Hiiumaa. 
Form of government: Estonia is a parliamentary republic.
The climate of Estonia is generally cool-moderate to harsh with cold, frosty winters and moderately warm summers at northern European levels. The annual mean temperature in the capital Tallinn is 4.5 °C, with 650 millimetres of precipitation with a maximum in late summer. The average temperature in July is 16.5 °C and -6.0 °C in January. Despite the cold winter, however, the coasts remain mostly ice-free. in the course of glasnost and perestroika, especially since 1988 - restored its sovereignty. This development was mainly peaceful; it became known as the "Singing Revolution". Estonia became a member of NATO on 29 March 2004. The Estonian population supported accession to the European Union in a referendum on 14 September 2003.
On 9 December 2010, Estonia joined the OECD. On 1 January 2011, Estonia was the first of the Baltic states to introduce the euro. A major problem for Estonia is the migration of young and qualified inhabitants (mostly ethnic Estonians) to Scandinavia and Western Europe, with a constantly low birth rate.
When moving to Estonia, Alpha Service is there for you!
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