We encourage you to use public transport or micromobility devices!
For our attendees traveling from abroad, we highly encourage utilizing the most environmentally-friendly transportation methods available. If you’re journeying from Sweden, Finland, Latvia, or Lithuania, consider taking a bus or ferry. These options are often more cost-effective. However, if they are not, please bring it to our attention – we’re committed to supporting your sustainable travel choices by compensating the difference.
You can get to the venue by public transport using bus no. 32, 72 or tram no. 2, 6. The nearest stop is Marati. Thanks to our cooperation with Tallinn, you can take FREE public transport by using the QR code sent to you by email! You can use this almost all week long – from 3th October to 8th October.
If you have a micromobility device (bicycle, scooter), you can park it under a tent. We recommend you to enjoy the seaside Stroom pedestrian route to Kopli Street.
If you can’t get there by public transport or micromobility devices, you can leave your car around the Põhjala Factory. Warning: there are very few parking spaces, so you might get a few (or even more) steps on your activity monitor while walking from your car! There is a car park around the Põhjala factory, but it is used by the workers and people who live around it. You may or may not have the opportunity to park on nearby streets. Therefore, we strongly advise you to come by public transport from both an environmental and a convenience perspective!
Põhjala factory address: Marati 5, 11713 Tallinn.