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Cultural Highlights in 2019

The city's cultural calendar has a colourful choice of events to offer all year round, from classical music concerts and medieval festivals to state-of-the-art concerts and high-level sport competitions.  

Tallinn Christmas Market voted best in Europe

European Best Destinations has been a source of inspiration for travellers for more than a decade. Every year, they rank holiday spots according to public votes in different categories, e.g., the best ski resort, the best beach, the most romantic destination or the best Christmas market. This year, Tallinn Christmas Market was named the best Christmas market in Europe! 

Estonian design – the perfect gift

Whether it's your friend, grandparent, girlfriend, boyfriend, niece or nephew you are looking for that special something to bring back from your trip – Estonian design will help you out.    

Photo by: Maret Põldveer-Turay

Christmas and New Year with Tallinn Card

The coming Christmas holidays (24.-26. December) and New Year (1 January) bring changes to the opening hours of Tallinn Card’s partners. Several places will be open and welcoming visitors.

Photo by: Mari Kadanik

Winter holiday in Tallinn

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The Top 30 Baltic restaurants were announced in Tallinn

The Top 30 Baltic restaurants of the year were announced at an event November in Tallinn.     

New venues on the Visit Tallinn’s Meeting Planner

Visit Tallinn’s Meeting Planner is a great tool when searching for suitable venues, service providers or incentive ideas for your event in Tallinn or its surroundings.    
A good-looking plate of berry dessert with a dollop of cream in Tuljak, a fine dining restaurant in Tallinn, Estonia.

Photo by: Tuljak

The Winners of Silverspoon 2018

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NEW! Arvo Pärt Centre opens near Tallinn


The Arvo Pärt Centre combines the composer’s personal archive with an information and music centre.

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Visit Tallinn Creators’ Camp 2019 is looking for new participants!

The first Visit Tallinn Creators’ Camp took place between 16 and 23 August 2018 in Tallinn and was attended by seven internationally influential content creators who are devoted to travelling.
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New brochure about Tallinn’s meeting venues


Photo by: Juhani Särglep

Visit Tallinn Creators' Camp was a success at the international City Nation Place Awards 2018

The City Nation Place Awards recognises the best practices in place branding and marketing of national and local governments, regions and communities. This year, the competition attracted more than 100 entries from 16 different countries.
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Best Tourism Achievements of 2018

The Tallinn Enterprise Awards were announced on the evening of October 3rd at a formal reception celebrating Tallinn Enterprise Day.
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New architectural gems of Tallinn

Tallinn takes great pride in its Old Town’s well-preserved Gothic architecture and milieu, which have been on UNESCO’s World Heritage List since 1997. Even though the city is old and dignified, Tallinn is undergoing constant change.    
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Tallinn Convention Bureau in the second half of 2018

Tallinn Convention Bureau (TCB) is taking part in 10 international business tourism workshops and fairs in 2018 to promote Tallinn’s conference and incentive tourism opportunities. Updated brochures will also be released this autumn.

Events in Tallinn from September to November

September is Estonian Food Month, but there will also be other exciting events in Tallinn this autumn, from fashion and theatre festivals to sports and film events. Fans of Christmas can also begin their preparations for the holiday.    

Photo by: Kadi-Liis Koppel

Tallinn is one of the ten smartest cities for tourists in Europe

Tallinn is among the ten finalists of the ‘European Capital of Smart Tourism’ competition. The aim of the competition is to recognise outstanding achievements in the development of European urban tourism.

What to do in Tallinn on Day of Restoration of Independence?


Photo by: Kaupo Kalda

Annual ECM Meetings Statistics Report was published

The annual statistical report of 2017 by European Cities Marketing (ECM) shows that European cities remain popular conference destinations. The report includes the events of international and local associations, and both corporate and non-corporate segment of the Meetings Industry.       
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Pope Francis will visit Tallinn


During his visit to the Baltic States in September, His Holiness will visit Vilnius and Kaunas in Lithuania, Riga and Aglona in Latvia, and Tallinn in Estonia. After the Estonian visit, the Pope will return to Vatican.

Radisson Blu Sky Hotel is Estonia’s Leading Business Hotel 2018

Radisson Blu Sky Hotel won the title of Estonia’s Leading Business Hotel 2018 at the international tourism and hospitality contest World Travel Awards.

Photo by: Kaupo Kalda

Tallinn among the best meeting destinations in 2018

Kongres Magazine named Tallinn the second best meeting destination in Europe.    

Photo by: Kaupo Kalda

VisitTallinn’s Lonely Planet campaign ranked second best tourism campaign of the year

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Tallinn Airport is the best small airport in Europe

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New must see exhibitions in Tallinn

The event calendar of Tallinn and its surrounding areas is full of unique and remarkable exhibitions and exhibits. Lovers of culture, history and fashion will certainly find something suitable from this list.    
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Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid to meet in Tallinn in the UEFA Super Cup

In August, A. Le Coq Arena in Tallinn will host one of the world’s club-level football highlights, the UEFA Super Cup, with Real Madrid playing against Atletico Madrid.

Photo by: Tallinna Sadam

First cruise ship in Tallinn with only Chinese passengers on board


What to do in Tallinn on Victory Day and St. John’s (Midsummer) Day?


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Tallinn makes a big leap in the list of world conference destinations

Last year, 46 conferences that met the ICCA criteria* were held in Tallinn. There has been 100% increase in the number of events compared to 2016, when Tallinn was in 111th place with 23 conferences held.    
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The six famous retro trams of Tallinn

Jaan, Konstantin, Johan, Jüri, Julius, Ernst – six unique-looking retro trams can be seen around Tallinn, which are named after public figures who played an important role in the history of the Republic of Estonia.    

Photo by: Krõõt Tarkmeel

What to do in Tallinn on Pentecost Sunday?

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Updates to Visit Tallinn tourist website


In order to keep up with the evolution of the digital world, we have made some major updates to the Visit Tallinn website. The homepage of underwent the most substantial overhaul.

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The new web portal ‘Explore urban nature’ – a guide to green spaces in Tallinn and Helsinki

There is good news for nature enthusiasts, as information about natural heritage objects in Tallinn and Helsinki can now be accessed through the joint web portal ‘Explore urban nature’.    

Photo by: Krõõt Tarkmeel

What to do in Tallinn on Spring Day, 1 May?

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Exhibitions worth visiting in Tallinn

The event calendar of Tallinn and its suburbs is full of unique and remarkable exhibitions. Lovers of culture will certainly find something suitable from this list.    
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Baltic for Events is coming – what to expect?

The II Edition of the Baltic for Events Forum (BFEF) will be taking place in Tallinn at NO99 Theatre, April 19-20. Baltic for Events Forum is the biggest meeting for event professionals in the region, focusing on the experience of organizing various types of events.    

Photo by: Krõõt Tarkmeel

What to do in Tallinn during Easter?


Tallinn Convention Bureau hosted international event and conference organisers

Tallinn Convention Bureau participated for the sixth time at the business tourism fair Convene in Vilnius and hosted a post-FAM tour to Tallinn.    

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Events from March until May


Springtime brings evidence of the fact that Tallinn is a true melting pot of music – numerous festivals will kick off presenting music from different genres.

Maarjamäe History Centre


After the completion of large-scale construction projects, Maarjamäe is a unique urban space where history is represented both entertainingly and informatively for children and adults alike.

Tallinn Old Town Days

Photo by: Toomas Volmer

Record-breaking year in foreign tourism of Tallinn

In 2017, the number of foreign visitors to Tallinn increased by 7%. More than 4.5 million visits were made to Tallinn from foreign countries.
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Successful conventions and conference ambassadors of Tallinn were acknowledged

Aivar Riisalu, Deputy Mayor of Tallinn, along with the Estonian Convention Bureau and the Tallinn Convention Bureau, acknowledged the conference ambassadors of Tallinn and the successful conventions of 2017. 
In 2017, more than 3,200 conference events took place in Tallinn.    
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What to do in Tallinn on Independence Day?


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Active holiday in Tallinn

Do you wish to live 100 years and more? Start today! On the centenary year of the Republic of Estonia, numerous exciting and thrilling sports competitions will take place in Tallinn. Take part, too!    

Photo by: Kadi-Liis Koppel

Visit Tallinn is organising an international summer camp for talented creators of visual content

The Creators’ Camp invites the best creators of visual content from all across the world to apply for the first creative summer camp of Visit Tallinn taking place on 16–23 August.    
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Tallinn Convention Bureau in the first half-year

Tallinn Convention Bureau (TCB) is taking part in 10 international business tourism workshops and fairs in 2018 in order to promote the conference and incentive tourism opportunities that Tallinn provides. Renewed brochures released in March.