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SAC will be held at Astra Building in Tallinn University.
room Astra Building, Narva mnt 29, 10120 Tallinn, Estonia
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trams Closest tram stop to the venue is "Tallinna Ülikool" tram number 1, 3 - map here
Tallinn University is located at the heart of Tallinn, next to the historically rich Kadriorg district, wonderful Tallinn Old Town, and the Tallinn bay. As such, the university is surrounded by picturesque locations that will be a wonder to explore. We recommend a long walk in the Kadriorg park or by the Reidi tee promenade by the Baltic sea.
Tallinn University itself is located on Narva road and the university campus consists of 6 buildings that are all interconnected to each other. The university buildings are an academic mixture of modern and historic, offering a unique atmosphere to all those who visit the campus. Furthermore, the campus is also accessible to wheelchair users. The university campus is accessible via car, bicycle, electric scooter, public transport, or even by foot. Fun fact: Tallinn University is the only Estonian university that is accessible via tram which is the greenest option in public transportation. For more information on where to park your car or your bike, please visit the university website.
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flight There is good air connection between Estonia and other European countries. The only international airport in Estonia is called the Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport (TLL) and it is situated in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. In 2018, it was named one of the best small airports in Europe. The airport is modern and convenient, offering a warm welcome to all visitors. For further information on the airport, please visit their website.
sailing As Estonia is located by the Baltic sea, it is also possible to reach Tallinn by ferry from Helsinki and Stockholm. The Old City Harbour is situated right in the city centre, not too far from Tallinn University. In the Springtime, it is especially enjoyable to take a stroll around the shore. For further information, please see their website, under the category of Old City Harbour.
directions_bus Another option to reach Tallinn is to take a bus from the Riga airport in the capital city of Latvia, which is located around 350 km to the South of Tallinn. The bus travel from Riga to Tallinn takes around 5.5 hours via bus. The Lux Express bus is equipped with free Wi-Fi and power outlets by every seat to help you stay connected on the road and individual multimedia screens to make the trip more enjoyable. If you wish to travel by bus, please visit the Lux Express website to buy tickets.
If you're opting for air travel, then you'll be satisfied to learn how quick and comfortable it is to get to the city centre from the airport. The easiest, most sustainable, and cheapest way to get to the city centre is via public transportation.
tramThe airport is well-connected and trams depart from the airport around every 10 minutes. You can take tram number 4 to Hobujaama station. From there, you can either walk to the University (ca 7 minutes) or change to trams number 1 or 3, with a direction to Kadriorg. Trams number 1 and 3 will stop directly by Tallinn University. The public transportation timetable is available here.
directions_busThe airport's bus stop is located in front of the terminal of arrivals. Bus No. 2 travels on the route Mõigu-Passenger Port. In the city centre, the bus stops next to Viru Keskus at A. Laikmaa Street. From the airport to the city, find a schedule named "Mõigu - Balti jaam" where the bus stop "Lennujaam" means the Airport. See the webpage for more details and ticket prices.
airport_shuttleIf you wish to travel in privacy, there is an Airport Shuttle service available at Tallinn Airport. The shuttle service is fast and convenient to those who are used to travelling solo.
local_taxiLastly, you can also take a taxi. For your convenience, there are taxis available in front of the Airport building. Since Tallinn Airport is fairly small, you will easily see the taxis waiting in front of the arrivals gate. The cost of a taxi ride to Tallinn University should be approximately 15 EUR. If you're used to taxi apps, you may also check Bolt or Uber, both of which operate in Estonia and are popular amongst visitors and locals alike.
Your route to Tallinn University from the Port of Tallinn depends on which terminal you arrive at: if you arrive at Terminal D, you can simply walk to the university. From other terminals, you should take a taxi. You can find taxis in front of the harbour building (and if you can't find one, please turn to the information desk). The taxi drive to Tallinn University should cost approximately 7 EUR. If you're used to taxi apps, you may also check Bolt or Uber, both of which operate in Estonia and are popular amongst visitors and locals alike.
To familiarize yourself with the Port of Tallinn and its terminals, please see their website for detailed maps and information.
Public transportation in Tallinn is by buses, trams, and trolley buses. See the webpage for more details, prices, and guidelines on how to buy a single-use or long-term ticket. The public transportation timetable is available HERE and it is updated in real time.
The cost of a taxi ride is approximately 0,5 EUR /per kilometre + starting fare 3,5 EUR. Most of the taxis will accept payments by card, but it's recommended to ask before sitting in. In order to ensure that you'll be able to catch a ride, make sure that you have enough change money in advance. For instance, you can do it at the currency exchange points both at the airport and the harbour.
If you're comfortable with using taxi apps, we recommend opting for either Bolt or Uber, both of which are affordable and convenient to use. Moreover, did you know that Bolt is a taxi service app that was originally born in Estonia and has now grown to become an international company that offers its services in various countries all over Europe!
If you wish to have other options, it is possible to order a taxi via phone call:
Tallink takso, phone +372 640 8921 (card payments accepted)
Forus takso, phone +372 612 0000 (card payments accepted)
The taxi fares may slightly vary depending on the traffic and company
As Estonia is a fast-developing country both in terms of digitalisation and sustainability, electric scoorters have become a popular way of getting from point A to point B among young people. Electric scooters are a great alternative to car rides as they use significantly less energy than their four-wheeled counterparts. Moreover, taking advantage of the public-use scooters gives you a wonderful opportunity to truly enjoy the city and its atmosphere.
In Estonia, there are two popular companies that offer electric scooters that are available for public use. Firstly, taxi app Bolt is also known for their high-end electric scooters that are fast and comfortable. Their scooters can be found anywhere all over Tallinn. Their service is easy to use via Bolt app that allows users to lock and unlock different scooters. On average, the fee is 0.20€/per minute.
Secondly, another popular app is called Tuul. Tuul is an e-scooter sharing app that's mostly known for being one of the greenest and most sustainable scooters in the world. Tuul is also an Estonian company. Likewise to Bolt, their scooters are available to ride via downloading the Tuul app. On average, the fee is 0.20€/per minute.
On the whole, domestic travel between major Estonian cities is quick and easy via a highway or railway system as most major cities are connected by buses or trains. For more information and ticket prices, please see the bus transportation website called T-pilet or Elron for the information on the national railway system.
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Narva mnt 7C, Tallinn, Estonia
Park Inn Central is ideally located in the heart of Tallinn where the Old Town is a mere stone's throw away. The hotel is ten minutes on foot from the Port of Tallinn and 3 km from the airport. All Park Inn Central's guest rooms have up-to-date décor and offer multi-channel and pay TV, free WiFi Internet and blackout curtains. Each room has a mini-bar, hairdryer and direct-dial telephone. Hotel facilities also include a conference center and Cafe Kompass for fine-dining.
Approximate distance from Tallinn University: 0.8 km (10 minute walking distance)
|Standard room||70€ per night for single|
|Superior room||80€ per night for single|
A.Laikmaa 5, Tallinn, Estonia
Located in the heart of Tallinn, the hotel is in close proximity to shopping centers and within just a few minutes walk from the marvelous Old Town, Tallink City Hotel provides comfortable accommodation for both business guests visiting the city and tourists spending the weekend here.
Approximate distance from Tallinn University: 1 km (12 minutes walking distance)
|Standard room||Double for 1 person 89€/per night|
|Standard room||Double/twin for 2 person 99€/per night|
|Premium room||Double for 1 person 99€/per night|
|Premium room||Double/twin for 2 person 109€/per night|
|Family room||Double/twin for 2+2 person 129€/per night|
|Deluxe room||Double/twin for 2+2 person 149€/per night|
Sadama 9, Tallinn, Estonia
Tallink Express Hotel is located near Tallinn's Old Town as it's only a 10-minute walk away. The hotel hosts 166 comfortable rooms, restaurant Tempo, free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, a business corner, large car park and even a children's play area to guarantee you a memorable stay.
Approximate distance from Tallinn University: 20 minutes walking distance
|Standard room||Double for 1 person 57€/per night|
|Standard room||Double/twin for 2 person 64€/per night|
Viru väljak 3, Tallinn, Estonia
Nordic Hotel Forum , the superior four-star business and conference hotel, welcomes you in the heart of Tallinn. With prominent location on the edge of the Tallinn Old Town, UNESCO World Heritage Site, guests at Nordic Hotel Forum have a choice of 267 rooms: all spacious and elegantly furnished, with every detail carefully considered. Each room contains air-conditioning, an LCD TV, Wi-Fi, a safe deposit box, a minibar, tea and coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board and a hairdryer. If necessary, we have rooms suitable for disabled people and people with allergies. In the hotel guests can enjoy a variety of complimentary amenities - Wi-Fi all over the hotel, entrance to the leisure centre on the top floor of the hotel from 07:00-22:00 which includes sauna, steam bath, an indoor pool 5x9 m and a jacuzzi. There is a 24/7 gym to work out in. Shopping and entertainment venues are all within walking distance. By taxi, Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport is just 10 minutes away, while the port is only 5 minutes away.
Approximate distance from Tallinn University: 1.1 km (14 minute walking distance)
|Standard single and twin room 124 EUR/night|