TALLINN - In connection with the holiday period ending, the time it takes to pass through the Narva border crossing point on the Estonian-Russian border might increase from Thursday to Sunday.
The Tax and Customs Board suggests to take into account that lines might be longer at the border and, if possible, use the Luhamaa or Koidula crossing points where the expected time is shorter.
According to deputy head of the customs department Ants Kutti, a big number of tourists entered Estonia from Russia before the year-end who will presumably travel back this...
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