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19th EAEEIE Annual Conference

Tallink Spa & Conference Hotel, Tallinn, Estonia
June 29 - July 2, 2008

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 Tallink Spa &
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 About Tallinn
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How to get there?

Tallinn is the capital of Estonia – a European Union country lying on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea between Sweden, Finland, Russia and Latvia.
The largest cities closest to Tallinn are:

  • Helsinki – 60 km to the North
  • Stockholm – 380 km to the West
  • St. Petersburg – 350 km to the East
  • Riga – 250 km to the South

Traveling to and from Tallinn

Tallinn is well accessible by plane, boat, train, or bus.

By Plane
Tallinn Airport (TLL) is situated just few km away from Tallinn downtown and the EAEEIE 2008 venue. Tallinn is connected by air with major European airports: London, Paris, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki, Moscow, Prague, Berlin and many others. The full list of connections together with the full timetable is available here. The list of carriers is available at the Tallinn Airport’s home page.

The most convenient way to travel from the airport to the city center is a taxi where normal fare is approximately 150 EEK (ca. 10 EUR). There is no need to neither ask for a price nor argue with the driver before entering a taxi. Just make sure that the meter is switched on. The pricing in different taxi companies is almost the same - around EEK 15 per km. In many taxis you can use major credit cards (VISA, Eurocard/MasterCard) besides paying in cash

Bus from the airport
The public bus no. 2 will take you through the city center to the Passenger Port. The journey takes ca. 30 minutes. Bus fare is 20 EEK (ca 1,3 EUR). Tickets are sold by the driver in the bus. Airport bus stop is located in front of arrivals hall. Tallink Spa & Conference Hotel is located near to the Old City Harbour Passanger Terminal A. Further information is available below.

By Boat

The Port of Tallinn
is connected by sea routes to Stockholm, Helsinki, and Rostock. There are about 30 journeys per day to/from Helsinki provided by 6 operators and one daily departure to Stockholm and Rostock.

Visa Information
As of 21 December 2007, Estonia is a part of the Schengen visa area. If you are not sure about visa regulations between your country and Estonia, check the following page. Other useful consular information is available at the website of Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The Map
EAEEIE 2008 will take place at  Tallink Spa & Conference Hotel, that is situated only a short stroll from medieval old town. The business area, tourist sights and museums, major attractions and theatres are easily accessible by foot.

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