The conference will take place in Tallinn University Mare building (Uus-Sadama 5). You can also access the Mare building through Astra (Narva rd 29) or Terra (Narva rd 25) buildings. There will be signs by the entrances to guide you to the conference hall.
The conference reception on October 5 will be held in Vabamu – the Museum of Occupations and Freedom (address: Toompea 8). There will be a guided tour through the current exhibition ‘Why Estonia? 30 Years from the USSR to e-Estonia’.
We kindly ask you register to the conference online beforehand and to visit the registration desk on-site to confirm your arrival.
Registration desk will be at front of the conference rooms in Mare building. Registration opens at 9 on Wednesday, October 5. It will also be possible to register yourself during the coffee and lunch breaks.
Current Covid-19 restrictions
The travel information and general restrictions are described and updated on the government website. Currently, travelling to Estonia is allowed for everyone.
It is recommended to wear a mask in crowded indoor spaces and in public transport, especially for risk groups. It is also recommended to keep a reasonable distance, if possible, and to wash or disinfect hands regularly.
The wide variety of accommodation options in Tallinn can be viewed and booked via booking.com
The following hotels are withing walking distance of the Tallinn University:
Lunch is not included in the registration fee. There are several cafeterias on the campus the University of Tallinn that offer a variety of hot and cold dishes. We recommend having lunch at the campus as the quickest and easiest option; however, there are also several restaurants in vicinity of the university.
On Thursday, October 6 at 19:00 we have booked a table for the conference delegates in restaurant KoHo (Telliskivi 60/1). The restaurant is located in the former industrial complex Telliskivi Creative City, the creative hotspot in Tallinn. You can order à la carte, the dinner is at your own expence. Please see the menu here , vegan options are available.
The Tallinn Tourist Information Centre gives advice and provides free tourist materials:
Address: Niguliste 2, Tallinn
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org +372 645 7777