4 — 5 March, 2024
Tallinn | Kultuurikatel

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The main program of Amber Prize 2024 will take place at Kultuurikatel (Põhja pst 27a, 10 415 Tallinn, Estonia)


Exploring Tallinn and Estonia

For useful advice and inspiration on Tallinn’s top attractions, activities, events, and places to eat and drink, check out the city’s official tourism portal, visittallinn.ee, or follow @VisitTallinn on social media. We also recommend checking out the official Estonian tourist information website Visit Estonia. To learn more about Estonia and Estonians, visit Estonian World online magazine.

Take a closer look into E-residency and the digital nation concept, and maybe find out why Tallinn is among the best cities in the world for remote workers!

Getting around in Tallinn

Encouraging Sustainable Transportation
Public transport is a convenient way to access the main venue, Kultuurikatel. The closest stop to the venue is called "Linnahall," located just 200m away. However, please note that during our event, the tram network, including lines nr 1 & 2, will be partially under renovation, and you won’t be able to reach our venue by tram this time.

If your accommodation is not within walking distance, taking the bus (nr 2, 3, 21, 21B, 41, 41B, 66, 73) would be the best alternative.
As strong proponents of sustainable choices, we highly recommend considering options such as ridesharing and leaving your car at home when attending the conference. By choosing alternative modes of transportation, you contribute to reducing your carbon footprint.

Parking Options

However, if you do require parking near the Tallinn Creative Hub/Kultuurikatel, there are paid parking spaces available in the vicinity of Tallinn City Hall (Linnahall).

Please note that public roads within the administrative territory of the City of Tallinn often require payment for parking. You can find the terms and conditions for public parking by referring to the provided link.

tips for your stay in TALLINN

Arrival and Accessibility Support

It’s important to note that we continually assess and improve our accessibility measures based on feedback and evolving accessibility standards. We are committed to fostering an inclusive environment where everyone, regardless of their abilities or needs, can fully participate in the conference and its offerings.
  • Foreign Visitors: We provide comprehensive information on accessible transportation options from airports to the conference venue. This includes details on accessible public transportation routes or available accessible taxi services.

  • Accessibility Assistance: Our team is available to provide guidance and assistance to individuals with special needs throughout their journey to and from the conference. This includes providing information on accessible accommodation options, nearby facilities, and answering any queries related to accessibility.

  • Kultuurikatel has a disabled parking place in front of the venue and all (except D-Hall) have disabled access. The disabled toilets are also available. In case of need, we provide transportation to disabled and wheelchair bound people from/to Creative Hub from/to the hotel/airport. For these requests people can contact us: info@beic.pro