Tallinn – the Fairytale Capital

Tallinn – always inspiring unforgettable events

Tallinn is a true treasure chest for first-time and returning visitors alike. Located on the coast of the Baltic Sea, the seaside capital of Estonia manages to offer endless opportunities for event organisers hosting meetings and conferences in Tallinn, as the city is home to venues and activities for any taste.

Read more: 10 reasons to have your event in Tallinn

Diversity of meeting and event venues

Tallinn has an abundance of unique venues, offering event organisers a chance to think outside the box. In addition to our state-of-the-art conference hotels, you could for example also choose a 100-year-old power station for your event or gala dinner, or instead, a palace built for Russian czar Peter the Great.

Read more: Unique venues in Tallinn

 Creative incentive ideas

From medieval themed city tours or yachting on Tallinn Bay to adrenaline-filled rally parks – there is a lot to experience in Tallinn and its surrounding areas, regardless of the season. Why not go for a serene bog walk or go diving under an old submerged prison? In and around Tallinn the possibilities for incentive programmes are endless!

Read more: Tallinn – A great destination for incentives

Conveniently compact

Tallinn is not a big city. With only 450,000 inhabitants, Tallinn manages to be just big enough to offer constant diversity and change, but comfortably small enough to make it easy to get from one place to another. Tallinn airport is a mere 10-minute tram or car ride from the city centre and the harbour is walking distance from the Old Town. So when in Tallinn, don’t be afraid to travel on foot – everything is close and the way is beautiful. Tallinn Transportation Department now also offers a chance for conferences to apply for free public transportation for their delegates. For more information, contact Tallinn Convention Bureau.

Read more: Epic streets in Tallinn

Centuries’ worth of history and culture

With our historically strategic and exciting location, Tallinn has amassed a diverse cultural heritage, which is evident when considering the varied areas that build up contemporary Tallinn. The medieval hanseatic old town of Tallinn gives the city a fairy-tale like ambience, and is surrounded by distinctive and colourful districts such as Kalamaja, Noblessner and Rotermanni, which have been built in the centuries that followed and are ideal for experiencing Tallinn’s local everyday life.

Read more: Old Town – where Tallinn’s heart beats and also Kalamaja, Telliskivi, and Noblessner – industrial heritage and bohemian charm

Green and sustainable future

Tallinn is constantly working towards more sustainable solutions in all fields. Estonia is the birthplace of the international World Cleanup Day, aiming to inspire people from around the world to make the effort to keep their surrounding environment clean. Tallinn has several Green Key certified hotels and venues and it is also among the top 10 capitals in the world with the cleanest air.

Read more: Top ideas for a green and sustainable city trip to Tallinn

Tallinn is a Smart City

In a world where technological advances are happening in an increasingly growing speed, Tallinn is proud to be in the front run of the race. The city has implemented numerous innovative smart solutions; for example, we have a regular bus route “manned” by a driverless bus. You can also meet some adorable package delivery robots on the streets of Tallinn. The city of Tallinn is also home to high-level universities, Tallinn University of Technology and Tallinn University, which are excellent cooperation partners for technology-oriented and academic conferences and events.

Read more: Tallinnovations website, mapping smart technologies being developed in Tallinn

Did you know?

The construction of Tallinn must never be completed.

According to legend, the Old Man of Ülemiste Lake has promised to flood the city when it is finally completed. Each year, he travels to the city centre, where Old Toomas watches over Tallinn from atop the Town Hall tower, and asks him if the city is completed. Old Toomas always replies that the city is still undergoing construction, thus delaying the promised flood by another year.

 Free expert advice

Tallinn Convention Bureau is the best starting point when planning an event in Tallinn – with a wide range of free services and assistance we will help you along the way to a successful event! Tallinn Convention Bureau was established in 2000 and has more than 250 partners.

Looking to hold an event in Tallinn? Get in touch with Tallinn Convention Bureau today!