Tallinn,Estonia, 16-18 September 2019

Meeting venue

Hilton Tallinn Park
Fr. R. Kreutzwaldi 23
10147 Tallinn


Set in the heart of Estonia´s capital city, Hilton Tallinn Park is located on the eastern side of the quiet and recently renovated Politiseiaed Park. The hotel provides convenient access to the Airport of Tallinn within ten minutes drive and is situated on walking distance of the old Medieval Town with its shops, restaurants and popular Tallinn attractions.

Book a room

Unfortunately the conference hotel (meeting venue) is fully booked. We recommend the following hotels nearby:

Tallinn Airport

Talinn Airport is located 3 km from the hotel. You can travel to/from the airport by bus or taxi.

By Taxi
It takes approximately 8 minutes from the airport to the hotel and it costs around €5-10. From the hotel to the city centre, it takes about 5 minutes with taxi and costs about €10-15.

By Subway/ Metro
6.00 am to 23.00 pm. The duration of the trip is 30 minutes. The get off station is Keskturg and then it is a 3-minute walk to our Hotel.  


15th September 2019 - Sunday Social / 18:00-20:30

On Sunday your EPF hosts would like to welcome you to the Foyer Conference Floor at the conference hotel. Enjoy a selection of canapés and drinks to kick off your EPF!

16th September 2019 - Monday Night Social / 18:30-22:30BIX

On Monday we are happy to welcome you to The Energy Discovery .

The Energy Discovery Centre is located in a remarkable building. It was here, in the old Tallinn Power Plant, where using oil shale to produce energy for the public network first started in the early 20th century.
Learn more about this historical place and enjoy the Monday Social with drinks and food.

Busses will take us from the hotel to the venue. When the social ends the busses will bring you back to the hotel.

Address: Põhja pst 29, 10415 Tallinn, Estonia.

BIX 17th September 2019 - Tuesday night Dinner at Seaplan Harbour / 19:00-00:00

On Tuesday we are delighted to welcome you to Seaplan Harbour.

Located in Tallinn's famed, wooden-house district of Kalamaja, the harbour is best known for its architecturally unique Seaplane Hangars. Charles Lindbergh, the man who performed the first solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean, landed here in the 1930s. Now the vast hangars house an extensive, high-tech museum telling exciting stories of Estonia's maritime and military history and promising a 'sea full of excitement' for everybody. Enjoy a stunning EPF dinner at Seaplan Harbour! .

Busses will take us from the hotel to the venue. When the social ends the buses will bring you back to the hotel.

Address: Vesilennuki 6, 10415 Tallinn, Estonia

What to do on Sunday in Tallinn

Unfortunately, due to the low demand for the Sunday Excursion in previous years, the hosts have taken the decision to not run one this year. However, if you are thinking about what you can do instead, we have created a few Top Tips for Tourists in Tallinn!

Tallin is a fairly new capital in Europe which boasts a rich mix of architecture and culture in just a small geographic area. Even better that it’s all in walking distance so no need to worry about Taxi’s!

Old Town
Tallinn’s unique medieval Old Town is the perfect place to start your trip. Divided into a Lower Town and Upper Town (the hill of Toompea), the old town is adored by everyone. It boasts many restaurants, bars, museums and galleries to explore. Unlike other European cities, Tallinn has managed to preserve is medieval and Hanseatic structures. Here you will find original cobblestone streets, medieval churches and many other buildings that date back to the middle ages. You can easily spend an entire day (or two) discovering the Old Town, but if you wish to mix it up a little, add Kalamaja to your to-do list. Situated within walking distance from the Old Town, the area is known for it’s relaxed atmosphere, colourful wooden houses, bohemian cafés, trendy shops, lively culture and nightlife as well as the impressive Seaplane Harbour museum.

A top tip: The Tallinn Old Town is a favourite among locals and tourists alike, so if you wish to avoid the crowds during cruise season (summer), plan your visits for early in the morning or for the afternoon.

Free city tours in Tallinn
If you are no good at map reading or get lost easily in a new city, but still want to see the sights, the Tallinn free Traveler Tours offer the perfect solution! The Tallinn free Traveler Tours are the most popular in the area and the best introduction to the beautiful city and Estonian Culture. The free city tour runs every day at 10am, 12 noon and 3pm in the Old Town. This tour takes about 2 hours and is completely free (a tip is of course gladly accepted)! Gather in front of the tourist office in Tallinn Old Town (Nigulise Str. 2) and you will be taken to the main attractions (however, entry into the attractions isn’t included).

Estonian Open Air Museum
Travel back to rural Estonia in this vast museum filled with recreated 18-20th century villages. See the local vernacular architecture, Estonian history and everyday culture. You can also buy handicrafts, ride horses, and try traditional Estonian dishes at the inn. The museum is located in the quiet, seaside Rocca al Mare area.
Click here for more information.

Day Trip to Helsinki ( 2-3 hours with the ferry)
Fancy taking a trip a little further afield? What about taking the ferry over to Helsinki! There are plenty of things to do across the water from enjoying the fresh fish or reindeer kebabs from the market stalls, to visiting the famous Church in the rock. Or if you fancy some new designer wears, take a trip to the Helsinki designer district with more than 200 shops and boutiques that will keep you busy for hours.
Click here for more information.