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Find your way in Tallinn

One major advantage Tallinn holds, is its compact layout, which means that most sights, attractions, hotels and restaurants are within a comfortable walking distance of one another. The city center can be explored on foot and easily walked through. Visitors staying in the center during their time in Tallinn are practically not dependent on public transport nor taxis.

Getting into the centre from Tallinn airport is quick – it’s just a 20-25 minute bus ride away from the main event venue. Tallinn Old City Harbour is also located just 15-20 minutes away, depending on the terminal of arrival.

If walking and public transportation aren’t an option, one can always travel by Bolt taxi, e-bikes or e-scooters, – Estonia’s home-grown alternative to Uber.

Free public transportation

Tallinn will offer free public transportation for our delegates, which includes buses, trams and trolleybuses. Here is a free ticket in the form of a QR code to be downloaded and displayed on any smart device. Please note that the QR code must be validated on every entry, at the validator machine by the front door of the vehicle.

Get to know it

Tallinn, the capital city of Estonia, is an ideal destination – 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.

Each of Tallinn’s neighbourhoods has its personality and allure: from the medieval Old Town to imperial Kadriorg, bohemian Kalamaja and Telliskivi Creative City, to the sleek and trendy centre. This fascinating mix of the old and traditional, the new and high-tech, pure sea air and easy access to nature is sure to enchant and surprise. 

To find out more about Tallinn’s top activities, attractions and places to eat and drink, check out the city’s official tourism website Visit Tallinn or follow @VisitTallinn on social media.

Decide to bring your own water bottle

We encourage people to carry their own refillable bottle and take advantage of the good quality tap water in Tallinn. There are dozens of public water taps around the city where anyone can get clean drinking water for free. Having fresh high quality tap water conveniently available in urban spaces helps the environment by reducing plastic waste. The water taps are listed on a web map and are labelled with a QR code, which can be scanned to reveal the locations of other taps.

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Tallinn, Harju maakond, Estonia