Unconventional yet convenient, Port of Tallinn´s cruise terminal is a great place for meetings and events. Take advantage of the beautiful sea views and fresh sea air, while enjoying the central Tallinn location.

The new cruise terminal, completed in July 2021, is the most contemporary in the region, designed with the environment and sustainability in mind. The terminal is powered by solar panels which have been adapted to the Nordic climate and heated and cooled by marine energy through a heat pump. In July 2023 the cruise terminal was awarded the international Green Key certificate.



The terminal’s Main Hall is located on the ground floor and can fit up to 2000 guests in an area of 1750 m². From one side, large windows open out offering guests wonderful views of the waterfront and cruise ships. This large hall can further be divided into three smaller rooms with sound proofed walls;  with sizes of 997 m², 290 m², and 437 m² respectively.

The Small Meeting Room at 60 m2, fits around 15-20 people and is suitable for both meetings and a backstage room for performers. The space boasts a large meeting table for 8 people, as well as a projection screen, kitchen, shower room and WC, as well as a make-up table for backstage users.

Name of Hall Theatre Class Board Reception Banquet Area (m²)
Main hall (1+2+3) 800 450 100 2000 740 1724
Meeting room 8 8 60

Each room comes equipped with the necessary technical fixtures and fittings:

  • For presentations the rooms feature: projectors, a remote, projector screens (as well as an LED screen and green screen), a laptop, and partial acoustics equipment.
  • Fixtures include conference chairs (320 in total) – and tables (64 in total) as well as a presentation stand.
  • Further benefits include ancillary rooms, catering services and wardrobe space for 2000.

Delegates can stretch their legs after spending time seated by taking a walk on the 850-meter cruise promenade built by the Port of Tallinn. The promenade is open to the public and stretches over the roof of the cruise terminal on the northwestern pier, connecting the seafront with the Culture Kilometer (Kultuurikilomeeter) walking trail.


The Old City Harbour Cruise Terminal was awarded the Green Key eco-label just this summer. The eco-label assures passengers, guests, and partners visiting events at the cruise terminal that the terminal operates in an environmentally sustainable manner. The cruise terminal produces its own electricity from solar panels and, if necessary, covers any missing energy by purchasing green electricity. The terminal’s heating and cooling systems operate on marine energy, and the terminal uses LED lighting, demand-controlled (with CO2 and temperature sensors) ventilation systems, natural smoke extraction systems and water-saving sanitary ware. To minimise the environmental footprint of events, decorations, inventory (including souvenirs and gifts), waste management and catering are in line with circular economy principles. The cruise terminal also encourages partners, tenants, and guests to organise their events according to the Green Key criteria or in compliance with the principles of the Green Key programme.

Check out their Guide to organising environmentally friendly events at the cruise terminal


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Maris Salmu

Conferences and Events Manager

+372 5302 2129

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Max capacity: 2000
No. of conference rooms: 4
Distance to City center: 21 min walking
Distance to Airport: 17 min driving
Logi 4/2, 10111 Tallinn