Source: Visit Estonia
Colourful flavours, vibrant design and world class Christmas market illuminate the dark autumn nights of Estonia.
24.09.2017 - 29.09.2017
Researcher’s Night Festival is the only science festival in Estonia and the one with the longest history in the Baltic countries; the tradition started in 2005. The festival takes place at the same time every year – the week before the last Friday in September; it culminates in a pan-European Researchers' Night that takes place in almost 300 cities and 24 different countries.
Harju maakond, Haabersti linnaosa
06.10.2017 - 08.10.2017
Tallinn International Horse Show combines top level equestrian sports, live music and genuine experience of the horse world. The horse festival annually brings together over 120 top athletes and around 200 horses from 10 to 14 different countries. More than 150 volunteers and over 12 000 spectators aid in preparation and efficient functioning of the event. Through the years, we have also offered the audience a memorable show programme. Musical interludes have been provided by the most beloved local artists. Guest performers have also included horse shows and riding school shows from Estonia and abroad. The Horse Show is a family event. We wish to offer good experiences to younger and older family members alike.
Pärnu maakond, Pärnu
07.10.2017 - 15.10.2017
In addition to Restaurant Week, the people of Pärnu are now also having a Café Week. The feedback for Restaurant Week was exceedingly positive and the chefs of Pärnu built a fun mutual synergy with which to go on. 21 various cafés of Pärnu are involved in Café Week offers. During Café Week, meals consisting of salad, dessert and a cup of tea/coffee are offered for €7. How to participate? Special offer is available on every day of Café Week from opening to closing, but the participating cafés have a limited number of special offers for every day - we reccommend book a table directly at the café via email or phone at least 1 hour in advance
Harju maakond, Tallinn
01.11.2017 - 07.11.2017
Tallinn Restaurant Week declares the first week of November as the week to celebrate good food and good restaurants. For one week Tallinn becomes a foodie heaven.Read more
Harju maakond, Kesklinna linnaosa
17.11.2017 - 03.12.2017
Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, or in native Estonian Pimedate Ööde Filmifestival – PÖFF – is one of the largest and most distinctive film events in Northern Europe and belongs to the 15 leading film festivals of the world. The festival embraces a cluster of events, accommodating three full-blown sub-festivals (Animated Dreams, Just Film, Sleepwalkers) as well as international industry events bringing together filmmakers from all over the world. The festival includes two international competition programmes (Main Competition and Tridens First Features Competition), a traditional film festival programme with documentaries and feature films as well as programmes for short films, retrospectives and film related special events (concerts, exhibitions, talks and more).Read more
Tartu maakond, Tartu
03.12.2017 - 07.01.2018
Together with all the Christmas lights a very special meeting place – Forest of Swings – will come into view on Town Hall Square of Tartu. It is set up by so-called swing-smiths, craftsmen well respected throughout centuries for creating meeting points where people love to get together, share the news and celebrate. Christmas City Tartu 2016 truly stands by the old belief that swings and swinging facilitates the good health of people and challenges any specific time frame forced upon this fun and much loved tradition – this Christmas winter and swings it is! Right on Town Hall Square! Come and join the crowd in the Forest of Swings to meet up, listen to the music, enjoy the activities and all the happy hustle and bustle the season has to offer!Read more