Been there? Done that? Why not surprise your delegates with a novel destination that will show them a side of Europe they've never seen? It will keep them talking for months.Destination Estonia
This is no fairy-tale. This is the capital city Tallinn.
First-time visitors are amazed by Estonia's historic ambience. Imagine strolling past Medieval walls and gates, Gothic churches, curious little lanes lit with old-fashioned lamps and a man in 16th-century merchant's garb selling his wares from a cart.
At the same time Estonia's cities are surprisingly modern, with the latest high-tech conveniences always at hand. It's this combination of old and new, Medieval and modern, that gives Estonia its unique flavour.
50% of Estonia's territory is covered by forests and 20% by bogs. That means nature areas in Estonia are never far away, no matter where you are. The country has 1,500 islands to explore as well as sandy beaches and rich wildlife.Program Ideas
Distances in Estonia are conveniently short, with major hotels, event venues, sights, restaurants and shopping concentrated the same central area, all within easy walking distance.
That means there's no need for delegates to waste time waiting for transfers, figuring out public transportation or sitting in traffic.
And for organisers, it simply saves cost on transfers and travel cards.
Organising an event in Estonia doesn´t break the bank. On contrary, many international planners have stated that organising an event in Estonia is cheaper than elsewhere on the continent, due to favourable hotel and meal prices,Request for Proposal
Your guests will enjoy the convenience of staying in a compact, walking-distance city - no long transfers or traffic jams to deal with. Free Wi-Fi is available just about everywhere. Gourmet food can be had at an affordable price. The euro is the local currency and credit / debit cards are widely accepted. Estonia is a safe EU country as well as a member of the Schengen visa area.Estonia Fact Sheet
Getting to Estonia is easy. Most major European cities are less than two hours away by air. Tallinn is only 1 hour from Stockholm and Copenhagen and 2 hours from Amsterdam, Brussels, Berlin and Frankfurt.Getting Here
Free wireless internet is available in nearly all hotel rooms, not to mention at the airport and in restaurants, pubs and cafés throughout the cities. Delegates can check e-mail and stay in touch wherever they are. Estonia is one of the most wired-up – and wireless – places on the planet. This is, after all, where Skype was invented.E-Estonia Solutions