Conference main venue
National Library of Estonia
The building of the National Library on Tõnismägi is a landmark building in Estonian limestone architecture. Of the three major projects by top architect Raine Karp – the Sakala Centre, the Linnahall convention centre, and the National Library – it is the only one that has survived to this day and is still fully in use.
The National Library serves the Estonian state as a preserver of cultural heritage, and the mission is to provide a venue that are of cultural and social significance for Estonia.
Address: Tõnismägi 2, 15189 Tallinn
Gala dinner venue
Estonia Concert Hall
This neoclassical imposing building (architects A. Lindgren / W. Lönn, 1913, reconstructed 1947) is a symbol of Estonia’s political and cultural power. Traditionally, the most festive events are held here, including receptions of Estonian President. No other hall in Estonia can compete with Estonia Concert Hall in combining history with flexibility and beauty with adaptability. The Hall promotes its own Concert Season of prestigious visiting artists as well as being home to the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra.
Address: Estonia pst 4, 10148, Tallinn
Tallinn never fails to amaze visitors with its historical charm. At its heart is the Medieval Old Town, an area of cobblestone streets, gabled houses, churches and squares that developed here from the 13th to the 15th centuries when Tallinn boomed as a key Hanseatic commercial hub. Old Town has long been the main draw for newcomers – in fact it’s so unique that UNESCO added it to its World Heritage List in 1997. Other regions of the city reflect different ages, from the romantic, Tsarist-era Kadriorg Park to the unforgettable, early-20th-century wooden house district of Kalamaja. A modern shopping/business district in the city centre completes the tableau, making Tallinn an amazing blend of old and new.
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Estonia is an amazing place of natural beauty and steeped in colourful history. Geographically, Estonia is on the north-eastern edge of the European Union, bordering Russia and Latvia.
Estonia is often seen as the world’s leading innovator against the backdrop of untouched nature and rich medieval heritage.
Being environmentally conscious and using sustainable resources are growing trends in Estonia, setting an example with its many organic farms, green events, sustainable activities, Green Key hotels and many other sustainable tourism options.
Learn more about Estonia and what it has to offer: visitestonia.com