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Aerial view of an event taking place at Tallinn Song Festival Grounds

World’s largest hybrid event held in unique Tallinn venue

When looking for a great venue for your next event, Tallinn Convention Bureau recommends considering Tallinn Song Festival Grounds. The venue recently proved that through boundless creativity and professional skill, it is possible to create completely innovative solutions and extraordinary experiences.
View from Kohtuotsa viewing platform

Photo by: Kadi-Liis Koppel

Tallinn continues to be a valued destination for conferences

Tallinn has constantly proven itself as a convenient and versatile destination for business travel. Every year sees thousands of conferences taking place in the city and Tallinn’s position in international rankings is as high as ever.

Aerial view of the medieval town wall towers and church spires of Old Town of Tallinn, Estonia

Photo by: Kaupo Kalda

Tallinn to begin lifting restrictions for select venues and activities

07.05.2020 Mari Pever
Starting from May 11, the city of Tallinn will begin easing restrictions set in place during the beginning of the coronavirus epidemic. 

Photo by: Maret Põldveer-Turay

Visit Tallinn's activities during the coronavirus crisis

The coronavirus pandemic has created an unprecedented global challenge. Where to find information on the current situation in Estonia and the activities of Visit Tallinn during the crisis? 

Photo by: Kristi Sits

Creative solutions in the current conference world

The current situation has inspired many creative solutions in the meetings industry.

Photo by: Kadi-Liis Koppel

Dreams come true for Tallinn Convention Bureau, celebrating 20 years of service

For 20 years, Tallinn Convention Bureau has been an active part of the city’s meetings industry.
Throughout this time, Tallinn has developed tremendously as a conference destination.
Linnahall (city hall) to become an international conference and concert centre in Tallinn, Estonia

Photo by: Linnahall

City Hall (Linnahall) to become an international conference and concert centre

The City of Tallinn signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Tallink Grupp AS and Infortar for the development of the City Hall (Linnahall) into an international conference and concert centre with a harbour, hotel and a business centre of its own.

Photo by: Filippo Cesarini

Visit Tallinn Creators' Camp 2019 results are in: take a look at the amazing content!

The second Visit Tallinn Creators' Camp took place in September this year where eight internationally influential content creators, devoted to travelling discovered the city.
A red door in Kalamaja, a bohemian neighbourhood in Tallinn, Estonia

Photo by: Maret Põldveer-Turay

New Kalamaja neighbourhood map now available

Find your way in one of the trendiest areas of Tallinn! In Visit Tallinn's new neighbourhood map, we share the main points of interest in Kalamaja, Noblessner Seafront Quarter and Telliskivi Creative City.

New partners on Visit Tallinn's Meeting Planner

Organise your event in a fantasy world, on Portuguese sand, travelling through time or while enjoying the sound of train tracks.

Photo by: Kadi-Liis Koppel

New services at the Tallinn Tourist Information Centre

You can now send postcards and buy Ühiskaart, a fare card for Tallinn’s public transport, directly at the Tallinn Tourist Information Centre. 
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Tourist Information Centre staff to help out at cruise terminal and Old Town

July and August is the peak season for cruise tourism in Tallinn, which brings a surge of visitors to the city. To help our guests make the most of their short stay, staff members from Tallinn Tourist Information Centre will once again be providing information on the streets of Tallinn. They can be found near the cruise terminal, by the corner of Rumbi Street, which is also the beginning of the Culture Kilometre.