Getting to Estonia:
Participants are expected to make their own travel arrangements. Travelling to Estonia is quick and convenient thanks to frequent connections with Scandinavia, Russia, Eastern and Central Europe. You can fly to Tallinn with a number of direct routes from Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt, London, Paris, Vienna and many more cities. You can find the real-time timetables of the flights HERE.
Ferry routes connect Tallinn with Helsinki, Stockholm and Saint Petersburg.
Estonia is a member of the Schengen area, meaning that travellers coming from other Schengen countries do not need an additional visa to enter Estonia. Nationals of the EU, EEA, United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, in addition to further countries, do not need a visa to visit Estonia. Please consult the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website for a full list and details. If you do require a Schengen area visa, you can submit an application at an Estonian representation abroad. If there is not an Estonian embassy or consulate in your country, you can apply at the office of a Member State representing Estonia in issuing visas.
Tallinn Airport (Tallinna Lennujaam) is conveniently located at the edge of town. The city centre and the conference venue is only about 3 km away.
Airport bus and tram stops are located at the city side of the passenger terminal. The journey to the city centre takes approximately 15-17 minutes.
For a single trip you can buy the ticket from the driver (2€) or buy a QR-ticket on the Internet (1€). In addition, there are hourly tickets and day tickets, for which you need the Tallinn Ühiskaart Transport Card. You can buy the transport card and load money to it at the R-kiosk in the open area of the airport. You can find more information about tickets HERE.
Tram no. 4 leaves from the airport (stop called: "Lennujaam") every 10-15 minutes, and operates from ~5:30 AM until 0:30. Tram takes you around the corner from the conference hotel, to a stop called “Paberi”, from where it is a few minutes walk to the hotel.
For the Tallink City Hotel and Sokos Hotel Viru , take the downtown tram stop, called “Hobujaama. You can check out the tram timetable HERE.
Bus no. 2 leaves from the airport (stop called: "Lennujaam") to the city centre and port approximately every 20 minutes, and operates from ~6:30 AM until midnight. The bus takes you straight across the street of the conference hotel to a stop called "Tornimäe".
For the Tallink City Hotel and Sokos Hotel Viru , take the downtown bus stop “A. Laikmaa”. You can check out the bus timetable HERE.
A Taxi stand is just outside the Airport arrivals hall. Taxi rates vary by company, but are posted on a yellow sticker in the right rear window of each vehicle. The fare from the airport to the city centre is about €10. UBER and Bolt (Taxify) are also available.