Conference will take place in the conference centre of Swissotel Tallinn (Address: Tornimäe 3 Tallinn Estonia).
Interpretation in English, Russian and Estonian.
Participants are expected to make their own travel arrangements. It takes only up to 10 minutes to get from the airport to the hotel by taxi, and vice versa. However, during certain hours (between 4-6 p.m. on business days) it would be advisable to plan for longer travel times in case of traffic jams. Taxis are available 24/7 at taxi stops located in the front of the airport’s building and the hotel. The estimated fare for the 10 minute taxi ride would be around 8-10 Euros. You are entitled to request the receipt from the driver.
Expenses, such as hotel and travel costs, will not be reimbursed by the conference organisers
Please note that the hotel reservation is entirely the responsibility of the conference attendants.
The organizers have secured a preferential rate for lodging at the Swissotel Tallinn where the seminar will take place. To obtain the preferential rates, you are requested to reserve the hotels using the reservation code „EIHR2018“.
Tornimäe 3, 10111, Tallinn
Tel: +372 624 0000 Fax: +372 624 0001 email@example.com
Swiss Advantage King Single room – 110 € per night/per room
Swiss Advantage King Double room – 125 € per night/per room
Price includes: Buffet breakfast, relax centre, free broadband access and 9% VAT.
Information on visa process is available on the web page of Estonian Foreign Ministry
National currency is Euro. Larger hotels, stores and restaurants accept Visa, MasterCard, Eurocard, Diner’s Club and American Express. However, it is advisable to carry some cash with you. Traveler’s cheques can be exchanged in most banks, but are less likely to be accepted in shops. There is plenty of banks inTallinnthat can be easily found. Most of them are opened from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays, while some offices are also opened on Saturday mornings. All banks offer currency exchange services. Exchange points can also be found in larger hotels, airport, harbor, railroad station and major shopping centers.
Estonia’s official language is Estonian. English, Russian and Finnish are also understood and widely spoken.
Current time zone offset: UTC/GMT +3 hours (Standard time zone +2 hours and daylight saving time + 1 hour).
The current is 220 volts AC, 50 Hz, European-style 2-pin plugs are in use.
Taxis can be found lined-up at taxi stands (in front of larger hotels and at some key intersections) and can be ordered on the phone or via various mobile apps. For public transport routes and schedules, please refer to: http://soiduplaan.tallinn.ee. The fares and other information on Tallinn public transport tickets is available at http://www.tallinn.ee/eng/Public-transport-tickets. For further information, please refer to: https://www.visittallinn.ee/eng/visitor/plan/getting-around
For current local weather, please check www.weather.ee. Average temperature in December is -2° C.
Tallinn is the beautiful capital city of Estonia, borders the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland. A forward-thinking centre of commerce, culture and history, Tallinn welcomes guests to enjoy the splendors of the past and the cosmopolitan comforts of today. To discover Tallinn please refer to: www.tourism.tallinn.ee/eng/fp
A the same time beautiful Christmas Market is open in Raekoja plats: http://www.visitestonia.com/en/tallinn-christmas-market
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