Tallinn, the capital city of Estonia, is an ideal destination if you are looking for a combination of modern comforts, a thriving culinary scene and a vibrant cultural landscape in a truly unique, historical setting: the renowned Old Town is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Every neighbourhood in Tallinn has its own personality and allure, from the medieval Old Town to imperial Kadriorg, bohemian Kalamaja and the sleek and trendy city centre. This fascinating mix of the old and traditional with the new and high-tech further adds to the appeal of Tallinn as a location for major international events. Pure sea air and easy access to nature exist side by side with cutting edge technological solutions and versatile event venues.
The city is very compact and can be easily explored on foot or by public transport. The main transport hubs are also centrally located and well-connected: the airport is only four kilometres from the city centre and just ten minutes away from the downtown hotels. The ferry terminals and train station are also located only a short walk away from the medieval Old Town.
You can find more information about Tallinn on the city’s official tourism Visit Tallinn portal, including advice on what to do and see, top events and plenty of useful resources for travel professionals and event organisers.