Where Medieval Meets Modern!

Are you constantly seeking for a new, wild-card destination for your events that offers incredible experience and excellent value for money?

Estonia is a true rising star among international meetings and events destinations. No wonder though – Estonia is a fresh, short-haul destination that comes packed with positive surprises. It’s a country loved for its relaxed atmosphere, where major attractions and venues are typically within walking distance, where high-quality, business-class hotels are easily affordable, and where restaurant food is inventive, seasonal and simply amazing. The capital city, Tallinn, never fails to wow visitors with its enchanting, UNESCO-listed, medieval Old Town, but also offers areas of stunning modern architecture and creative, youthful vibes. Estonians, known for their deep appreciation of nature, prioritize sustainability, offering excellent options for eco-conscious meetings and activities. Simultaneously, Estonia is celebrated internationally as one of the most digitally advanced societies globally.

We all know that the best—and quite frankly the only way—to really know if a destination is right for your next meeting, conference or corporate retreat is to experience it firsthand.

Therefore, If you’re considering Estonia as the potential host for any of your business events, Visit Estonia and Estonian Convention Bureau would like to invite you to the “Post-tour to Tallinn”, scheduled from November 3rd to November 5th, 2024.

During this trip, you will be exploring Tallinn as a meeting and events destination. The itinerary provides opportunities to site visit the main meeting venues and hotels, experience the dining, group activities, and hospitality that help make a meeting memorable. Take a look at the Study Trip Programme below to learn more.


Sunday, 3. November  2024

Arrival to Tallinn 14:05 – 16:05 Stockholm-Tallinn flight SAS, transfer to the hotel

Check in to Radisson Collection Hotel Tallinn 

Radisson Hotel Group has brought its luxury lifestyle brand to Estonia with  the opening of Radisson Collection Hotel, Tallinn on May 1st, 2022. The new hotel offers an exceptional, five-star experience to its guests including 289 guest rooms, 1000 m2 meetings space, 2 restaurants and a spa area. 

 17.00 “Meet & Greet”, Presentation of Estonia as a meeting and events destination. Site inspection of the Radisson Collection Hotel

 17.45-18.00  Walk to the Rotermann Quarter , in the heart of Tallinn, between the Old Town, the port, and Viru Square, old industrial buildings that have been given new functions stand next to modern architecture. What makes the Rotermann quarter such an atmospheric place is the old factories that have been skillfully and thoughtfully rejuvenated with ultra-modern architecture. The transition between old and new is almost seamless, in a way that we haven’t seen in many other cities.

18.00-19.00 Local Beer Tasting at BrewDog Tallinn. This is a cozy craft beer bar in the heart of Tallinn, representing the world famous Brewdog. With 14 rotating taps and 150+ different bottles, Brewdog showcases a wide selection of beers from around the world from bigger and smaller breweries. Special event experiences are possible for corporate groups.

19.00 Dinner at Restaurant R14 Wine restaurant R14 operates in a former power plant building in the Rotermann area. The interior has a special emphasis on the combination of materials and colors, which allows the antique details of the historic limestone building to shine and stand out. R14 dishes are characterized by clear and modern flavors inspired by Mediterranean cuisine.

Monday, 4.November 2024

Breakfast at the hotel

 9.00 Visit to Hilton Tallinn Park Hilton Tallinn Park boasts 202 spacious  guest rooms showcasing panoramic views of the city and the Baltic Sea. Whether it is for a conference, a meeting or an exhibition, Hilton Tallinn Park provides the perfect venue for every occasion with impressive range of state-of-the-art business facilities and flexible meeting spaces, including 10 meeting rooms.

 10.00 Walking Tour to get to know the world-famous Tallinn Old Town Tallinn is famed for its impressive Old Town, one of the best-preserved medieval town centers in Europe. This centuries-old district of merchant houses, Gothic churches, winding lanes and other historical attractions is protected as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

 11.15 Marzipan Painting at Maiasmokk CafeDid you know, that according to the legend, marzipan was invented in Tallinn? Up until 17th century the sweet almond paste was considered a medicine and sold by the Tallinn Town Hall Pharmacy –  also the oldest constantly operating pharmacy in Europe, first mentioned in written sources in 1422. This unique Estonian experience showcases the art of marzipan decoration. Learn to paint a marzipan figure with instructions from a professional artist and keep your creation to savor later.

12.15 Visit to Nunne Boutique Hotel.  Nunne Boutique Hotel is a place where history meets luxurious comfort. The hotel with 75 rooms and a restaurant is in the heart of Tallinn’s Old Town, in the Nunne quarter surrounding the historic Walls of Tallinn. Established in buildings dating back to the Middle Ages, the elegant hotel is an ideal stopover for guests who value quality, comfort, and something special to make their trip a memorable experience.

12.45 Bus transfer to Noblessner Area.

13.00 Lunch Lore Bistro Lore Bistro in the popular Kalamaja has become a focal point for spending quality time with friends and family. Michelin Bib Gourmand awarded restaurant offers a temptingly eclectic menu consisting of good old-fashioned classics with a nice modern vibe.

14.30 Visit to Estonian Maritime Museum Seaplane Harbour The Seaplane Harbour  is home to Tallinn’s unique seaplane hangars, as well as the historic Lembit submarine, numerous boats, yachts, and naval artillery. In 2012, the facility opened as the most exciting maritime museum in Northern Europe. The indoor venue is available for rent for conference gala dinners, receptions and other special events.

15.00 Visit to Tallinn Creative Hub Conference Center This industrial-looking historic building used to be a boiler house for a power plant and its 700-square-metre boiler room still contains two giant boilers, which played an important role in the history of Tallinn Power Plant. Parts of the complex – the boiler house, the gas storage, the trestle, and the brick chimney – are under protection as cultural heritage. Today, Tallinn Creative Hub operates as a multifunctional event centre, where different concerts, exhibitions, conferences, and workshops take place.

15.30 Bus transfer to Radisson Collection Hotel

16.00-17.30 Free Time

 17.30 Transfer Telliskivi Creative City

18.00-19.45 Go Creative at  Telliskivi Creative City  Telliskivi Creative City is a historic factory area that’s been reborn as an offbeat shopping and dining hotspot and the go-to destination for culturally oriented Tallinners.

Cocktails at  Juniperium Distillery

Make your own leather bracelet at  Stella Soomlais Design Studio Stella Soomlais is a leather designer from the younger Estonian generation. She makes leather bags and accessories with a minimalist aesthetic.

Visit to Fotografiska Tallinn Situated in the vibrant hipster district of Telliskivi creative centre, Fotografiska Tallinn stands as a satellite gallery of Stockholm’s renowned Fotografiska photography museum. It serves as a hub for world-class art, cuisine, and entertainment, featuring event spaces, a music club, a bar, a café, a gift shop, and a zero-waste restaurant boasting fantastic views.

19.45 Bus transfer to Restaurant 38

20.00 Farewell dinner at Restaurant 38  The kitchen of restaurant 38 strives towards shifting the limits of traditional flavours. Combining new and classic flavours with playful presentations, he leaves a memorable impression even to the biggest of foodies. The restaurant is situated in the Old Town.

22.00 Bus transfer back to the hotel

Tuesday, 5. November 2024

Breakfast at the hotel

The organizer has the right to add a programme for the morning depending on the flight departure times.

Individual departures to the airport depending on flight schedule.


Terms of Attendance

  • This fam trip is fully hosted by Visit Estonia / Enterprise Estonia,  including flight tickets in economy class from Stockholm to Tallinn, accommodation, meals, transfers in Tallinn and the ground programme.
  • Flight from Tallinn to your preferred airport, travel insurance and extras are not included (mini bar, telephone calls, etc.)
  • It is the participant’s own responsibility to arrange travel insurance that sufficiently covers the whole period of the fam trip.
  • After the flight ticket is purchased any cancellation will be charged at the full value of the flight ticket.
  • Due to the limited number of places, only one representative of each company can participate in the fam trip. For the same reason, accompanying persons cannot be accepted.
  • The organiser has the right to change the programme.


For all further information please contact us by email: info@ecb.ee