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Arriving to Estonia

Probably the easiest way to get to Estonia is to fly to the capital – Tallinn. There are many airlines connecting the largest European cities with Tallinn, for example, Estonian Air, Finnair and Lufthansa. Airport web page can be found here: Tallinn Airport
It is entirely possible to rent a car, however, don’t hesitate to contact us in advance at info@21cc.ee, so we can help you with airport transportation arrangements.

About Estonia

The official language spoken in Estonia is Estonian; however, English is widely spoken in most parts of the country as well.
Since January 1, 2011 the official currency in Estonia is euro.

Swimming competitions in triathlon are held mostly in local lakes. Summer water temperatures during June, July and August generally stay around 16-23 °C. Taking into account that the daily air temperature rarely rises up to 30 °C, it is more common that the water warms up to 15-20 °C.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estonia 
https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/en.html 
http://www.visitestonia.com/en 
http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/5377.htm

Accommodation and training while staying in Estonia

There are a variety of housing options available throughout the country. Let us know what your preferences are and we can assist you by providing information about different accommodation possibilities.

You can find an overview of training options below. Our club has over 100 members who use local pools, roads and recreation areas for training on a daily basis. We can definitely give you advice on the best places that meet your demands. Contact us at info@21cc.ee and let us show you around.

Swimming - there are two public 50 m pools in Estonia and multiple short course pools all over the country. For open water swimming practices our club members can suggest lakes, rivers and the best locations by the sea.

Biking - it is advised that you choose roads that have less traffic for your biking practices. The terrain in North-Estonia is quite flat, in the southern part of the country there are few hillsides as well. Although the terrain is far from being mountainous, there are some hillsides, with the highest „hill“ of 318m. :)

Running – there are many parks and recreation areas in Tallinn and other densely populated areas. They are easily accessible, the biggest recreation areas also have well mapped courses and tracks are lit till late in the evening.

Getting to the competition location

Most of the competitions are located in southern Estonia, up to 3 driving hours from the capital. Contact us in advance at info@21cc.ee for getting to the competition location, we will help you find the best way of getting there.

About the competition

Quite a few competitions provide briefing the day before. Course introductions are provided online at least 2 weeks in advance. Few biggest competitions have also dedicated webpages and English schedules/course overviews available.

Contact us and we can provide English information about any competition held in Estonia.
info@21cc.ee

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