Practical Information

Life Around the Festival

Getting to Tallinn

Tallinn, the Capital of Estonia, is well connected to neighboring countries and easily reachable by land, air and sea.

From most destinations in Europe: Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport

From Latvia, Russia: Tallinn Bus Station

From Finland, Sweden: Tallinn Port

From Russia: Go Rail Train Travel (Moscow-Tallinn)

Public Transport in Tallinn

Time tables

Parking in Tallinn

Where to Stay

Tallink Hotels

Hostels in Tallinn


Good places to eat

African Kitchen
Authentic African cuisine, with a good selection of meat, seafood and vegetarian options
Uus 32/34,, +3726442555


Nice cafeteria with good food in a bohemian neighborhood
Kopli 18,, +3726311928


Restoran-lounge with live music events in the evenings
Vana Turg 2,, +3726279022


Indian cuisine, ecological usage of space and stunning world music
Vene 5,, +3726313132


Telliskivi 60a, +3726801114
Good food, long drink, nice space and even nicer people in an old factory house

Kohvik Komeet

Cakes, pies, salads, savouries and warm meals
Estonia pst 9 4. korrus,, +3726140090

Kohvik Must Puudel

Cafe with live music events
Müürivahe 20, +3725056258

Kloostri Ait

Good food and live music in the weekends plus medieval atmosphere
Vene 14,, +3726446887


Organic food cafe and shop in Kadriorg
Köleri 1,, +3726032270


Simple food, made from fresh local seasonal raw material
Mere pst 6E,, +37256992200

What Else is Happening

Tallinn is the European Capital of Culture of 2011 and thus there are a lot of events happening around the city.

See a list of events happening in October

More Information:

Tallinn Tourist Information Centre in Old Town
Niguliste 2 / Kullassepa 4
Phone: 645 7777
Open: Mon–Fri 9–17, Sat 10–15

European Capital of Culture Information Centre
Rotermanni 5 / Roseni 10
Phone: 56 2011 00
Open: Mon–Sun 10–7 pm