Source: Baltic Connecting event, 2017. Viru bog
Cities in Estonia are perfectly-sized – big enough to be lively and packed with activities for conference-goers, but small enough so that people can easily get around on foot. Historical sights, attractions, hotels, restaurants and event venues are typically within short walking distance, which makes visiting a cosy, relaxing experience. All the cities feature a good choice of high-quality hotels, most of which also offer spa services.
Visit Estonia and Estonian Convention Bureau will help you organize international conferences, meetings and corporate events of different scale.
Liisa Eller, MICE Marketing Manager
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Session, Renee Altrov
The picturesque Old Town of Tallinn is widely loved by conference travelers. In addition, visitors are fascinated by the historic wooden house areas and renovated factory properties that have been transformed into trendy cultural centers and venues.
Estonia's second largest city, Tartu, has been chosen as the European Capital of Culture in 2024. As the country's most important university capital, it attracts numerous international conferences related to, for example, science, research and academic networks. Tartu is loved for its student culture and historical charm.
Tartu Convention Bureau
Business Tourism Coordinator
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Tartu student vibe
The seaside town of Pärnu is a popular choice for organizing events outside the major cities. Known as the Estonian summer and wellness capital, Pärnu is loved for its beaches, parks and especially its high-quality spa hotels, which offer great opportunities to combine business travel and healthy relaxation.
Specialist of Tourism Development
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Pärnu Concert Hall