Venue & travel

The venue for the conference day - 26 January is located at the Estonian National Museum (also known as ERM) Muuseumi tee 2, Tartu.

It’s a short walk from the city center, upwards on Roosi street. 

You can also arrive by public transport (bus number 7) at the stop named ERM. If this feels too crowded, grab a cab from the street or use the Bolt app.

The venue for the seminars day - 27 January is located at the University of Tartu Delta Center (also known as Delta) Narva maantee 18, Tartu.

It's also a short walk from city center on Narva mnt.

If you wish to use a public transport (buses 4 and 8) will arrive at the stop named Vene. And again - if this feels too crowded, grab a cab or use the Bolt app.

How to get there

By plane: you can check connecting flights to Tartu, Tallinn, and Riga airports, and use the shuttle transport or rentals to arrive in Tartu.

By car: a pleasant ride from Tallinn and Riga with a rental car gives you the freedom to experience Estonian culture and nature first-hand. For inspiration on the must-see sights, you can check out Visit Estonia or Visit Tartu sites.

By bus: comfortable buses depart every half hour from 6:30 AM to 8 PM from Tallinn, every hour until 11 PM. Find schedules and tickets on the  Tpilet or Lux Express pages.
You can also arrive by bus from Riga (Latvia). Find schedules and tickets on  Tpilet.

By train: trains run 11 times a day from Tallinn. Fast, comfortable trains (with WiFi) take you to your destination in 2 hours. Schedule and tickets on the Elron page.