Tallinn is the capital and largest city of Estonia with a population of nearly 450 000 people. Tallinn has a lot of skyscrapers (the highest has 30 floors), big traffic jams, the only road tunnel in Estonia — 320 meters, free public transportation, H&M stores (more awaited than a new Harry Potter book), bumpy roads, it’s own TV-channel — Tallinna TV, British bachelors and Nordic alcohol tourists.


Tallinn combines medieval architecture in the Old Town with skyscrapers in the modern city centre and panel houses in the suburbs. The rhythm of the city is fast enough to support a productive business environment and a bustling night life, yet slow enough to allow a relaxing break once in a while.

Top 5 places to visit:

Song Festival Grounds

A unique suspension roof construction, built in 1959 for the Estonian Song Festival.

Seaplane Harbour

The world’s first reinforced concrete shell structure building.

Old Town

A part of the UNESCO World Heritage List with a lot of churches and medieval architecture.

Pubs and Clubs in Old Town

Hell Hunt (The Tender Wolf), Must Puudel (The Black Poodle), Nimeta baar (The Bar With No Name)

and of course…

BuildIT Conference

the reason you’re coming here