TOURS

JCI WORLD CONGRESS 2019
In Tallinn, Estonia

 

Tallinn for the First Timers

Tallinn Ghosts and Legends Tour

Tallinn Roof Top Tour

KGB Tour

3-Day Visa-Free Cruise Helsinki – St. Petersburg – Helsinki

Banya Party

Home Visits on Kihnu Island

Lahemaa National Park

Feel the Spirit of Lapland

Trips from/to Helsinki and Stockholm -25%!

Take part of Tallinn’s great nightlife!

High Fashion Jewellery and Champagne

Make your own leather bracelet with a message

Artisan gin distillery tour

Exclusive showroom visit of the Estonian fashion designer Lilli Jahilo

Ballet "The Goblin" with warm welcome

Lighted raft tours on the magical lake

Fine Dining. Estonian Flavors.

Estonian Ciders & Cracking Jokes With the Local Pommelier

Toompea Castle and the work of the parliament

Old Town and cheese tasting tour by Erwin Wassenaar

The Magic Moon Dinner at ex First Lady’s Home

Estonian Open Air Museum tour

Estonian Craft Beer Experience

Bogshoeing in Kakerdaja bog

Champagne, fashion & best pavlova in town by Beatrice

The Seaplane Harbour Tour

Smart Manufacturing Meetup 2019

Modern Estonian Cuisine Cooking Class

Sauna in Craft Brewery

Magical lantern-lit walk through the hidden corners of Old Town

Bump n' Grind - the Burlesque Class

Pool & Sauna Party

これはエストニア人の飲み食いです

Pre-Dinner: Medieval Feast

Liviko Distillery Tour

Wine-tasting and tour in the museum of Estonian drinking culture

Magical lantern-lit walk through Kadriorg - the most prestigious district of Tallinn

Local Craft Brewery Tour

Build a traveller-friendly capsule wardrobe in a Start-Up Hostel

Old Town Adventure

Night in the Estonian Museum of Natural History

Sushi made of Estonian traditional food paired with unique drinks

Liviko cocktail training

Guided tour in the Office of the President of the Republic of Estonia

Meditative concert Holy Minimalism featuring pieces by Arvo Pärt and sound therapy gongs

The Epic Bar Crawl in the Old Town

Exciting adventure - laser tag

Sports event!

Climbing and Slacklining Training at Ronimisministeerium

Sports event!

Winter Swimming

Sports event!

Morning Runs

Sports event!

Tallinn for the First Timers

Dates: 3, 4, 5, 6 November

Duration: 2,5h 

Price: 45 EUR per person

Tour Highlights:

All “the must see-s” in Tallinn – Kadriorg Park, Song Festival grounds, Kalamaja, National Library and Opera House, Freedom Square

Do not miss the chance to see all the magical spots of Tallinn. During this bus tour, you will get a perfect overview of the city starting from modern skyscrapers to lovely wooden suburb and sea district.

Join this tour to get a quick and comprehensive Tallinn experience with a comfort of sitting down and relaxing at the same time.

Tallinn Ghosts and Legends Tour

Dates: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 November

Duration: 2h 

Price: 30 EUR per person

Tour Highlights:

Danish King’s Garden, Toompea Hill, Town Hall square and some other famous sites in Tallinn Old Town, and of course – creepy ghost stories

Enjoy the evening walk through the picturesque Tallinn Old Town in the company of mysterious medieval ghosts. Feel the ancient magic and get to know the dark side of Tallinn’s Old Town, where the tales of ghosts and murders are at their most frightening. Learn about the surprising secrets behind many landmarks of Tallinn.  

Join this tour if you want to experience Tallinn Old Town from a new and adventurous angle.

Tallinn Roof Top Tour

Dates: 3, 5, 7 November

Duration: 3h 

Price: 75 EUR per person

Tour Highlights:

KGB Museum, Tallinn TV Tower

Experience a breathtaking view over Tallinn from the highest building in Estonia – a 314 meters high TV tower. Discover the secret world of a notorious KGB officer. This tour will take you back to quite recent history of Estonia and guarantee you a fun time in one of the most popular culture and leisure spots in Tallinn. Psstt, let us tell you a secret … inside the TV tower, in the television studio, you can record and broadcast video greetings as a gift for your loved ones at home.
Join this tour to get a birds eye view of Tallinn, to hear a little about Estonian recent history and – to have some fun along the way.

KGB Tour

Dates:  4, 6, 8 November

Duration: 1h 

Price: 11 EUR per person

Tour highlights:

KGB museum, Hotel Viru

Once upon a time, there was a hotel called Viru. The year was 1972 and a little less than 20 years remained until the end of the Soviet era. The hotel for foreigners also had to suit the national security body – KGB …

In the 1960s the Soviet authorities decided to bring some of the billions circulating in global tourism to the USSR. The country needed hotels suitable for foreigners, and these hotels had to accommodate KGB as well. The Viru Hotel, open in 1972, is full of various stories – stories about the hotel itself, Soviet society and the development of Estonia.

Join this tour to get a glimpse of Estonia’s interesting history.

Lahemaa National Park

Dates: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 November

Duration: 7h 

Price: 90 EUR per person

Tour Highlights:

Jägala Waterfall, Viru Bog, Altja Fisherman Village, Sagadi Manor

Almost half of Estonia is covered with forest. That’s why it’s no wonder that Estonians have a deep connection with nature and they love to go to the wild to find fresh energy. Join this tour to experience the purest untouched nature in it’s best. Be ready to hike through the mystical Viru bog on a 3,5 km long wooden trail over the wetlands. And let the beauty of the manors and stories about the local fishermen life touch your soul and give you inspiration.

Join this tour to purify your mind and soul and experience some of the “must see” places in Estonia.

3-Day Visa-Free Cruise Helsinki – St. Petersburg – Helsinki

SOLD OUT!

Dates: 1-3 November

Duration: 3 days 

Price: 458 EUR per cabin / 487 EUR per cabin (2 persons)

Tour Highlights:

Cruise, Princess Anastasia, Peter and Paul Fortress, St. Isaac’s Cathedral, Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, Nevsky Prospect, Hermitage

If you bought the St. Petersburg tour then you can also register to a GUIDED TOUR WITH A BUS organized bu JCI. St. Petersburg. Lunch also included.

Is there anything better than a comfortable calm holiday on board the magnificent ferry accompanied by your friend? Let’s also add here fine cuisine from the Italian chef, the stunning evening show program and a multitude of things to buy in the Duty Free shop. You will have a warm welcome from St. Petersburg, in all its royal splendour, wrapped in a light veil of the sky, decorated with palaces and cathedrals.

Go for a walk along Nevsky Prospect, get lost among the galleries of the Hermitage, one of the best museums in the world, and have a snack on one of the many picturesque embankments. It’s your chance to solve the mystery of charming St. Petersburg.

Join this tour to enjoy the beauty of North Venice for a day without a visa.

Banya Party

WILL BE SOLD OUT SOON!

Dates: 3, 5, 7 November

Duration: 3h 

Price: 70 EUR per person

Tour Highlights:

Sauna experience, Relaxing time, health, wellbeing, fun within warm and grill food

Are you wild enough to join the party in the extremely hot wooden house? Banya – sauna experience of Russian type. It is a place to get together with friends and family, and slapping one another with bundles of specially prepared twigs and leaves called viht. At the end of the sauna, you should be brave enough to slosh all over the body ice water or jump into a cold pool. In winter, some craze people even simply head outside and roll around the snow.

Join this party to get in a few hours an inclusive sauna experience with jumping in the ice water and slapping friends with tree leaves.

Home Visits on Kihnu Island

WILL BE SOLD OUT SOON!

Dates: 7 November

Duration: 14h 

Price: 135 EUR per person

Tour Highlights:

Island under UNESCO protection, home visits, home-brewed beer, folk costumes, motorbikes, farm life

Looking for something culturally unique? Take the tour to Kihnu island, a UNESCO intangible cultural heritage island ruled by women! During this trip, you will have an opportunity to take a glimpse into the unique matriarchal society distinguished from the whole world in the manner of existence. You can see the content of a Kihnu women’s casket and the richness of aprons, skirts, and scarves that it holds as well as see how a Kihnu woman weaves the kört, familiarize yourself with the fishing equipment of a Kihnu man and find out who drives the motorcycle/sidecar in the family.

Join this tour if you wish to have a look at the traditional everyday clothes, style of home life, activities, music and food culture preserved over the centuries.

Feel the Spirit of Lapland

SOLD OUT

Dates: 1-3 November

Duration: 3 days, 2 nights

Price: 565 EUR double room / 645 EUR single room (per person)

Tour Highlights:

Handicraft workshop, Santa Claus Village, Ranua Wildlife Park, polar bears, Northern lights, Rovaniemi, wild nature

Did you ever wish to see the polar lights? How about a polar bear? With a tour to Finish Lapland, you have a chance to see even much more of magic untouched expanses.
You will discover what is inside the wooden walls of a traditional Lappish home, as a local family warmly welcomes you to step in. With their guidance, you will try the art of reindeer antler carving. Get familiar with not only customs but also the fauna of Lapland. Visiting the Ranua Wildlife Park you will meet the only polar bears living in Finland and enjoy picturesque landscapes. But save your camera for a very special place – the home of Santa Clause! Drop in where the most magical night of the year is creating and don’t forget to ask for your next Christmas gift.

NB! This tour starts from Rovaniemi, the lively capital of Finnish Lapland. The tour price does not include flights to Finland.

Join this tour for the wilderness of Lapland and Christmas mood.

Take part of Tallinn’s great nightlife!

Club Venus:

When: 4-7 November

 “Pure magic” are the magic words to use to get in the club! 

Address: Vana-Viru 14, Tallinn

Website: https://www.venusclub.ee/en/

 

Club Teater

When: 8 November

“Pure magic” are the magic words to use to get in the club! 

Address: Vabaduse väljak 5, Tallinn

Website: http://www.klubiteater.ee/en

Side Events

Treat yourself with a spiritual journey by joining world-class cultural experiences at internationally renowned Arvo Pärt Centre in Laulasmaa. World-class cultural experience amidst the sea and pines!

Arvo Pärt has been the world’s most performed living composer for 8 years in a row. He is the creator of spiritual music of modern times. Arvo Pärt’s work, enhanced by sacral instruments, has a particularly profound effect. Arvo Pärt’s musical style is often defined as “new simplicity”, as well as “holy minimalism” or “new blissful music”. The composer metaphorically defines himself as tintinnabuli. The concert brings you Arvo Pärt’s pieces in an unusual performance – a piano, a violin, and an archaic musical instrument – the gong.

Price includes transfer to the destination, welcome tea of Estonian powerful herbs and slowly dried bilberries, documentary of the spiritual journey of Arvo Pärt, magical meditative concert experience, the visit of Arvo Pärt Centre in the middle of blueberry forest by the seacoast.

Arvo Pärt ‘s World class concert Holy Minimalism with Sound Gongs

When: 

5 November from 2 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Address:

Arvo Pärdi Keskus, Kellasalu tee 3, Laulasmaa, 76702 Harjumaa. Organized transport from Radisson Blu Olümpia hotel, Liivalaia 33, 10118 Tallinn.

Price: 39€

 

Additional information

Time schedule:

1.30 p.m. Bus transfer from Radisson Blu Olümpia hotel (Liivalaia 33, Tallinn) to Arvo Pärt’s Centre (Kellasalu tee 3, Laulasmaa)
3 p.m. Concert and visit of the Centre
5.40 p.m. End of the Concert
6 p.m. Bus transfer back to Radisson Blu Olümpia

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

www.arvopart.ee  

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

Estonian born jewellery and lace designer Piret Kartus together with Carpe Vinum wine shop is inviting you to a night of Champagne tasting and jewellery talks. Piret is going to showcase her pieces and tell stories about living and working around the world in High Fashion and Haute Couture. She has lived in Brussels, Paris, Japan, London, and Australia so some juicy fashion secrets might just slip out while you sip three different Champagnes and snack on a delicious cheese selection! Carpe Vinum wine shop is more then just a wine shop, its more like a wine boutique and your private sommelier Kristel will customise wine to your lifestyle and tell her tales of travels as the night pursues. All the jewellery pieces are available for purchase and and once you have tasted all the Champagnes, you can also purchase wine by the glass. We higly recommend gentlemen to join us this evening and quarantee that the ambiance is suited for everyone!

High Fashion Jewellery and Champagne

When: 5 November from 18-20

Address: Carpe Vinum, Poordi 3, 10151 North Side entrence

Price: 39€

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 1.9km, 25 min

Public transport: 550 m on foot to Paberi stop + tram nr 2 (towards Kopli) to Linnahall stop (3 stops) + 400 m on foot OR bus nr 3 (towards Randla) from Olümpia stop to Linnahall stop (4 stops) + 400 m on foot

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 3-5€, 8-10 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://www.facebook.com/PiretKartus

http://www.carpevinum.ee/

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

Make your own leather bracelet with a message

When: 

4 November from 12 p.m to 1:30 p.m.  

5 November from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

6 November from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Address:

Kadri Kruus, Pärnu mnt 20a

Price: 35€

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 1.1 km, 15 min

Public transport: bus nr 16 (towards Väike-Õismäe parkla), 17 (towards J. Sütiste tee) or 23 (towards Kadaka) from Hotell Olümpia stop to Vabaduse väljak, walk 230 m to destination. It should take about 9 min in total.

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 3-4€, 6 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://www.kadrikruus.com

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

In this workshop you can make your own unique leather bracelet. You can personalize your bracelet with an inspiring quote or mysterious initials. In addition to that you can make it truly yours by embellishing it with rivets, flowers…or both?! Or just leave it bare and minimal- the choice is yours! This workshop takes place in Kadri Kruus studio, she’s one of the most recognised accessories designers in Estonia. In the studio showroom you have the chance to discover and purchase designer bags and small accessories.

Junimperium Distillery is the first open artisan craft gin distillery in Estonia offering distillery tours for everyone interested in the history of gin and the art of gin production. During the tour you’ll learn about the production process and botanicals they use and get to know the story how Junimperium Distillery came to be a world-class award-winning distillery.

The package includes a distillery tour, overview of gin’s history, nosing & tasting of Junimperium gins, Signature Gin & Tonic cocktail from double-gold award winning gin.

After the tour there is a possibility to enjoy some more cocktails in Junimperium Distillery gin bar. 

Artisan gin distillery tour

When: 

5 November from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.

6 November from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.

7 November from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Address:

Junimperium, Telliskivi 60m

Price: 30€

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 2.6 km, 33 min

Public transport: Walk 550 m to Paberi stop, take tram no 2 to Telliskivi stop (7 stops) and then walk for 350 m to destination. It should take approx. 22 min in total.

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 4-5€, 7 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://junimperium.ee/en/

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

Exclusive showroom visit of the Estonian fashion designer Lilli Jahilo

When: 

4 November from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

5 November from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Address:

Maison Lilli Jahilo, Valgevase 13, 2nd floor

Price: 5€

 

Additional information

Maison Lilli Jahilo was founded in 2010 and it caters to clients around the world. Influencers and businesswomen such as Amal Clooney in the US to Shereen Mitwalli in Dubai to Isabella Löwengrip in Sweden have fallen for her elegant and intelligent designs. Lilli Jahilo focuses on dresses that are designed to empower the modern woman, with all garments produced responsibly. The brand maintains the highest levels of craftsmanship at all levels — including design, fabric selection and the best tailors employed in-house.

Transport

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 2.5 km, 30 min

Public transport: walk 550 m to Paberi stop, take tram nr 2 (towards Kopli) to Telliskivi stop (7 stops), walk 240 m walk to destination; approx. 25 min in total.

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 4-5€, 10 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

www.lillijahilo.com

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

Lilli Jahilo is a fashion designer creating the most beautiful dresses in the world. Having received university degrees in design from Oslo and Tallinn, she trained at the famous Chanel Atelier Lesage in Paris. Her signature style is uniquely feminine, blending Scandinavian minimalism with expressive colors and the technique of haute couture.

Lilli Jahilo is an award-winning fashion designer. She has been awarded with the Best Fashion Designer of the Year Award Kuldnõel in 2016 as well as the Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award by Swedish Business Awards in 2011 amongst others.

The exclusive showroom visit includes meeting the designer, hearing the brand story, possibility to view and shop latest collections, welcome drinks and snacks.

The tour concentrates on the history of Toompea Castle, the structure of the parliament and its everyday work.

The history of Toompea is the story of the rulers and conquerors of Estonia, each of whom moulded and reinforced the place to their own needs and according to their own taste. Today the castle is home to the Riigikogu (the Estonian parliament). The blue, black and white of the national flag can be seen flying on top of the 45.6-metre Tall Hermann tower as the symbol of Estonia’s independence.

Entry to the Riigikogu is from the right-hand foyer. Tour programme may change in connection with events organised in the Riigikogu.

There are several security measures in place. Firstly, upon registration you need to provide your full name and date of birth (DD-MM-YY). Also, you need to present a valid photo identification document to gain entry to the Castle: ID-card, passport, driver’s licence or student card. Please come 15 minutes before the start of the tour to allow yourself time to pass the security check.

Toompea Castle and the work of the parliament

When: 

6 November from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. 

8 November from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. 

Address:

Riigikogu (the Parliament of Estonia), Lossi plats 1a, 15165 Tallinn

Price: 10

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 1.6km, 25 min

Public transport: Buses 16, 17, 17A or 23 from Hotell Olümpia stop to Vabaduse väljak stop. From there, it’s 550 m walk to destination (15 min in total).

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 3-4€, 6 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://www.riigikogu.ee

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made. 

Old town walking tour with highlights of most interesting places, for example: Toompea, Pikk Hermann, viewpoints of Tallinn, Estonian Parliament house, Town Hall Square, churches and more. The second part of the tour takes place in Rotermanni Quarter with Cheese & Wine degustation in famous Cheese Kings (Juustukuningad in Estonian), owned by Dutch-Estonian JCI family.

Price includes cheese and 2 glasses of wine. Tour is about 4 km long. Please wear weather conditional clothes and walking shoes.

Old Town and cheese tasting tour by Erwin Wassenaar

When: 

4 November from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. 

7 November from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. 

Address:

Suurtüki Street 4 and 2 (the crossing with Laboratooriumi street)

Price: 20€

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 1.8 km, 23 min

Public transport: Take bus nr 3 (towards Randla) from Hotell Olümpia stop to Linnahall (5 stops), then walk for 550 m to destination. Takes approx. 21 min in total.

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 3-4€, 7 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://www.cheesekings.com/

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

The Magic Moon Dinner at ex First Lady’s Home

When: 

3 November from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

9 November from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Address:

Pikk street 57, Old Town of Tallinn. Press the bell button no 1

Price: 115€

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 1.7 km, 22 min

Public transport: Bus nr 3 (towards Randla) from Hotell Olümpia stop to Linnahall stop (5 stops), then walk for 550m. Takes about 21 min in total.

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 4-5€, 10 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://www.roog.ee/

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made. 

The cobbled streets of Old Tallinn will lead you to a 800-year-old home hidden in a private courtyard. Its cosy kitchen is full of wonderful smells and warm atmosphere, memories of laughter and heartfelt stories. The embrace of the thick medieval walls make you forget about the world outside. What better place to step into a world of magic – Evelin Ilves, the former first lady of Estonia, will create this on your plates and Triin Tobber, a qualified astrologer, will help you find your life path through astrology. We will look at the nodes of the Moon that illuminate the right path for you when you’re at the crossroads. The food is enjoyed around a large wooden table full of artfully decorated plentiful dishes that bring out the best Estonian fields and forests can offer.

Welcome bubbles, soft drinks, coffee, tea, water included. Wines and spirits on your order – not included.

Dress code: Smart casual, its HOME!

Come and learn about Estonian rural architecture and experience the village atmosphere from the 18th to the 20th century. The museum’s 14 farms introduce the life that households of different wealth and skills have had in the days of old. As in any proper village, there’s a church, an inn, a schoolhouse, mills, a fire station, a shop and fishing net sheds by the sea.

The Estonian Open Air Museum, established on May 22, 1957 on the territory of the former Rocca al Mare summer estate, reminds of a village which lies in the boundaries of Tallinn. The valuable collection of Estonian vernacular architecture consists of nearly 80 buildings from the past two hundred years.

Price includes ticket to the museum and a guided tour.

Tour will start at the ticket office.

Estonian Open Air Museum tour

When: 

05 November 2 p.m to 3:30 p.m. 

06 November 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. 

Address:

Estonian Open Air Museum, Vabaõhumuuseumi tee 12, 13521, Tallinn

Price: 16€

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

Public transport:

– Take a bus nr 16 (towards Väike-Õismäe parkla) from Hotell Olümpia stop to Koidu stop (4 stops). Change to bus nr 21 (towards Landi) and ride to Rocca al Mare stop (10 stops). Rocca al Mare stop is in front of the museum.

– Walk 630 m to Kaubamaja stop. Take a bus nr 42 (towards Väike-Õismäe) to Sinilille stop (14 stops). Change to bus 21A (towards Kakumäe) and ride to Rocca al Mare stop (4 stops). Rocca al Mare stop is in front of the museum.

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 6-8€, 10 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://evm.ee/

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made. 

Smart Manufacturing Meetup started in 2017 and has grown in volume and quality. We focus on delivering value to business executives. Inspiration, exchange of experience and business contacts are the core of Smart Manufacturing Meetup.

This year’s event will focus on leadership & strategy – fundamental part of every successful enterprise. Participants benefit from networking and educational talks from successful business leaders from all over the world.

Smart Manufacturing Meetup 2019

When: 

4 November from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Address:

Dorpat Conference Centre, Turu 2, Tartu

Price: 

Tickets can be bought directly from their website: http://arinouandla.ee/smart-manufacturing-meetup/ticket-information/ There’s a discount code JCI_WC2019. To use the code, enter it to the cell “Have a discount code?” upon registration.

The code gives you a 50% discount from the current price, which is 62.50€ 

Additional information

Tartu is 185 km from Tallinn (2.5h drive). JCI WC 2019 participants will get the chance to tick of Tartu, the only city in the word sTARTUp, from their bucket list. 

Free transportation on the route Tallinn-Tartu-Tallinn is organized and the info will be forwarded to JCI WC 2019 participants joining the industry leaders and forerunners at Smart Manufacturing Meetup in Tartu.

Buss from Tallinn will depart from Radisson Blu Sky Hotel (Rävala Street 3), at 7:15 AM and be back at Saku Grand Hall (Paldiski Road 104B, Tallinn) for the Opening Ceremony of JCI World Congress 2019 before 8:00PM.

You can find more detailed information on other logistics options from here: http://arinouandla.ee/smart-manufacturing-meetup/arrive-and-depart/

If you wish to stay overnight, then special hotel rates can be found here: http://arinouandla.ee/smart-manufacturing-meetup/hotels/

Contact person

Kadri Arrak, kadri.arrak@arinouandla.ee, +372 50 308 84

http://arinouandla.ee/smart-manufacturing-meetup/event/

https://www.facebook.com/events/385853668686677/

Modern Estonian Cuisine Cooking Class

When: 

3 November from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

5 November from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Address:

FoodStudio, Ahtri 6, Tallinn

Price: 99€

 

Additional information

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 1.4 km, 17 min

Public transport: Take bus nr 3 (towards Randla) from Hotell Olümpia stop to Hobujaama stop (3 stops), walk 400 m to destination; takes 14 min in total.

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 3-4€, 4 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

http://www.foodstudio.ee/en/the-offer/koolitused/modernne-eesti-koeoek

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

 

If we think of Estonian cuisine, first is our sauerkraut, roast pork, blood sausage and kama, aka, the roasted meal. Often, we underestimate the diversity of domestic cuisine and the opportunities for our cuisine in modern culinary dishes. During the course, we will think together, and we will look for new outlets for “the good old” Estonian food. We will prepare a four-course gourmet dinner from local raw materials while respecting old ones and introducing new preparation techniques.

Menu:
  • Whitefish tartare with ash potatoes and creamy egg quenelles
  • Rutabaga (swede/turnip) consommé with mushroom
  • Slow roasted pork belly with seasonal vegetables
  • Soft pavlova with sour cream snow

The course lasts 4 hours. The price includes: 4 course dinner cooked together, coffee, tea, water, welcoming drink and half a bottle of wine per participant. If you like, it’s possible to buy additional wine, cocktails or other drinks at your own cost. If you’d like to stay there longer than the prescribed 4 hours, then it’s possible to do so at your own cost.

Sauna in Craft Brewery

When: 

6 November from 6 p.m to 9 p.m.

Address:

Põhjala Brewery, Peetri 5, Tallinn

Price: 300€ (whole package for 8 people)

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 3.7 km, 46 min

Public transport: Bus nr 3 (towards Randla) from Hotell Olümpia stop to Volta stop (8 stops), then walk 300 m to destination (about 20 min in total)

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 6-7€, 10 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://pohjalabeer.com

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made. 

Estonians love both beer and sauna, but the combination of these two is the best! You’ll have the magical opportunity to take 7 friends with you and go to classical Finnish sauna where you can warm your frozen bones in a room with 80–110 °C (176–230 °F). The beer will be served cold, of course!

The sauna is in Põhjala craft brewery. There’s room for 8 people. This package includes 3h of sauna (incl. steam room, showers, and a resting area with sofas and chairs), cold beers, water and snacks, towels for use.

Estonians love beer! It’s currently golden time for the small and microbreweries in Estonia. During the tour, you’ll be able to witness the magic of beer brewing with your own eyes in the actual production area. Also, as seeing is not always believing, then you get to taste 3-4 different beers as well. After that you should feel at least a bit more magical than before!

Local Craft Brewery Tour

When: 

3 November from 2:30 p.m. to 3:15 p.m.

5 November from 6:30 p.m. to 7:15 p.m.

7 November from 1 p.m. to 1:45 p.m.

Address:

Põhjala Brewery, Peetri 5, Tallinn

Price:15€

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 3.7 km, 46 min

Public transport: Bus nr 3 (towards Randla) from Hotell Olümpia stop to Volta stop (8 stops), then walk 300 m to destination (about 20 min in total)

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 6-7€, 10 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://pohjalabeer.com

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made. 

This event combines fashion, entrepreneurship and travelling in the most exciting way. We will have a capsule wardrobe workshop in the Start-Up Hostel! Additionally, to getting the best tips for building your own traveller and eco-friendly capsule wardrobe, we will hear more about the start-up hostel concept and will be given a house tour. Price includes some snacks and tea/coffee.  

What it is and how to build a 'capsule wardrobe’ ?

It means a simple set of staples in your closet plus few accent items you can easily mix and match, layer up and down in order to have more outfits with less items. It helps to decrease clutter and therefore increase productivity, inner peace, focus – so literally it delivers happiness. This workshop will provide tips on how you can build easily your very own small wardrobe. You will get wardrobe builder guide as a freebie plus you can purchase locally made capsule wardrobe staple TUUB.

Tiiu Roosma is co-founder of an Estonian brand TUUB which delivers a simple piece of fabric, but a very smart one.

“We make only ethical clothes with a purpose for a better life. ‘Travel light’ was the motto in our mind when developing TUUB concept. And that means not only travelling with lighter suitcase, but mostly decluttering your closet, mind and life. TUUB will come in handy on your way of living more with less. Life is a journey. Travel light!”

What is a Start-Up Hostel Tribe Theory?

Tribe Theory is a global entrepreneurial ecosystem. We are a community curated and business friendly, global hostel chain, designed to cater to the traveling start-ups, digital nomads, creative and entrepreneurial community.

Build a traveller-friendly capsule wardrobe in a Start-Up Hostel

When: 

6 November from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Address:

Tribe Theory – Entrepreneurs Hostel for Startups and Digital Nomads, Uus 26, 10111 Tallinn

Price: 12€

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 1.6 km, 20 min

Public transport: walk to 550 m to Paberi stop, take a tram nr 2 (towards Kopli) to Linnahall stop (4 stops) and then walk for 300 m; in total takes about 18 min

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx.3-4€, 9 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://youtu.be/LKQuYAqpvOQ

www.tuub.ee

https://tribetheory.com/locations/tallinn-estonia/

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made. 

The Old Town Adventure is perfect for getting to know the city centre. This is a competitive adventure that takes players to most popular sights.

First, the participants are divided into small groups (3-5 persons in each team). The goal is to find answers to the Old Town related questions. Each team gets electronic device that leads them around the streets. The questions pop up automatically when the group reaches the question point. Team members need to work together and be attentive in order to find the right answer from the multiple-choice selection.

This game is equally exciting during daytime and at night. Each participant will be provided with an LED head lamp and a reflector.

Please wear warm/rainproof clothes and comfortable shoes. There’s no need to run!

Old Town Adventure

When: 

3 November 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. 

4 November 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. 

Address:

Freedom Square, in front of St John’s church (Jaani kirik)

Price: 29€

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 1 km, 13 min

Public transport: Take a bus nr 16, 17, 17A or 23 from Hotell Olümpia stop to Vabaduse Väljak stop (2 stops); takes about 6 min in total.

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): 3-4€, 5 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://youtu.be/4KPcd75yylI

https://www.360.ee/en/teambuilding/fun/old-town-adventure

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made. 

 

Come with us to a journey, we will tell you stories of the wilderness of Estonia without leaving the city centre and help to de-code its secret talks! The Estonian Museum of Natural History will open its doors for us after the actual closing hours so we can have the museum for ourselves to fully enjoy a 40-minute guided tour. On top of it, you get to see a Virtual Reality movie “Secrets of Ancient Sea” that will enable you to dive down to the seabed hundreds of millions of years ago and experience life there.

Price includes a guided tour and virtual reality movie session

This visit is suitable for nature enthusiasts of all ages.

Night in the Estonian Museum of Natural History

When: 

6 November from 5 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.

8 November from 5 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.

Address:

Estonian Museum of Natural History, Lai 29a, Tallinn 10133

Price: 15€

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 1.8 km, 22 min

Public transport: Take a bus nr 3 (towards Randla) from Hotell Olümpia stop to Linnahall stop (5 stops), then walk for 550 m to destination; takes about 22 min in total. Or take tram nr 2 from Paberi stop to Linnahall stop (4 stops), then walk for 400 m; takes about 20 min in total.

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 4-5€, 9 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://www.loodusmuuseum.ee/en

https://youtu.be/kGnLfkX6Rf4

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

Guided tour in the Office of the President of the Republic of Estonia

When: 

4 November from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.  

5 November from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. 

6 November from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. 

Address:

Office of the President of the Republic of Estonia, A. Weizenbergi 37, Tallinn

Price: 10€

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 2.6 km, 33 min

Public transport: Walk 1 km to Hobujaama stop. Take a tram nr 1 or 3 (towards Kadriorg) to Kadriorg stop (3 stops). Walk 650 m to destination. Takes about 26 min in total. 

Taxi (Bolt, Uber):  approx. 4-5€, 9 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://www.riigikogu.ee

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made. 

During this tour you’ll get an overview of the history and architecture of the official building of the President of the Republic and about Presidential institution. Did you know that Estonia has had only five presidents since its independence and the current president, Kersti Kaljulaid is our first female president?     

There are several security measures in place. Firstly, upon registration you need to provide your full name and passport information: country of issue and passport number. Also, you need to present a valid photo identification document to gain entry to the Presidential Palace: ID-card, passport, driver’s licence or student card. Please come 5-10 min before the start of the tour to ensure yourself enough time to pass the security check. 

The building is located across from Kadriorg Palace (the art museum). As only the official guests of the president are allowed to use the main door then please enter from the side door on A. Weizenberg Street. 

Magical lantern-lit walk through the hidden corners of Old Town

When: 

3 November from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Address:

Sitting Woman Sculpture, Old Town

Price: 15

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 1.8 km, approx 23 min

Public transport: walk 550 min to Paberi stop, take rram nr 2 (towards Kopli) to Balti Jaam (6 stops) + walk 300 m; takes approx 21 min in total

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 3-4€, 6 min

 Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://laternamatkad.ee/

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

 

Come and enjoy a magical lantern-lit walk through the past! These guided tours are meant for everyone who likes activities in fresh air and would like to know more about the history of Tallinn. The walk will cover 6-7km.

Old town is the best-known tourist site of Estonia. But this time we are going to skip the common sites and discover old Tallinn in a different way. We are going to walk a circuit around the medieval town and discover how the town was established and how it developed. We are going to discover the hidden corners and less visited places of old Tallinn.

The tour will start and end on Towers’ Square, near the Sitting Woman sculpture close to Nunne Street (close to Nunne 18 Tallinn City Center Government building).

The fee includes an oil lantern, guide, handheld radio station and hot tea in the candle-lit rest area. Please dress warmly and wear comfortable shoes!

Magical lantern-lit walk through Kadriorg – the most prestigious district of Tallinn

When: 

6 November from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Address:

Corner of Mäekalda ja Weisenberg Streets

Price: 15

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 3 km, approx 40 min

Public transport: Bus nr 39 (towards Liikuri) from Hotell Olümpia stop to KUMU stop (6 stops) + 300 m on foot; takes 18 min in total

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 4-5€, 8 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://laternamatkad.ee/

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

Come and enjoy a magical lantern-lit walk through the past! These guided tours are meant for everyone who likes activities in fresh air and would like to know more about the history of Tallinn. The walk will cover 6-7km. 

For tourists, Kadriorg is usually presented as the presidential area of Tallinn. A place that was established as the summer residence of Russian Tsar Peter The Great. Fine – as its true, we are going to visit it. But in addition to the common sites we are going to walk through all other areas of Kadriorg too. We are going to see how Kadriorg developed from a fancy summer resort to the most glamorous district of Tallinn. We visit buildings from three centuries and talk about what kind of life people lived here when those buildings were still brand new.

The tour will start and end near Peter the Great House Museum, Mäekalda 2, on the corner of Mäekalda and Weisenberg Streets.

The fee includes an oil lantern, guide, handheld radio station and hot tea in the candle-lit rest area. Please dress warmly and wear comfortable shoes!

Estonian Craft Beer Experience

When: 

5 November from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

7 November from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Address:

Pudel Bar, Telliskivi 60A, Tallinn

Price: 39

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 2.7 km, 33 min

Public transport: Walk 550 m to Paberi stop. Take tram nr 2 (towards Kopli) to Telliskivi stop (7 stops) and walk 400 m to destination. Takes approx. 24 min in total.

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 4-5€, 8 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://www.facebook.com/pudelibaar

www.pudel.ee  

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

 

Even for the most well-travelled beer lovers, Estonian brews will offer new flavours not available anywhere else, e.g. juniper, moss, spruce, and birch. The event takes place in one of the most popular craft beer locations – the Pudel Bar. Your hosts are two Estonian craft beer experts who will give an overview of Estonian craft beer history, trends, and recent innovations. With their guidance you will taste 5 of the most important and interesting local beers. The group will be small to give everyone a chance to get to know each other, have a relaxed evening, and to ask questions about everything we taste.

“The Goblin” is the first Estonian ballet as well as Eduard Tubin’s first work for a music theatre. The work is based on a mythical character from Estonian folklore, the Goblin, whose sole purpose is to serve his greedy master, the Farmer, in obtaining riches. In Marina Kesler’s rendition, the story crosses the borders of one nation’s folklore: in a contemporary money-hungry world the Goblin is like a voice in people’s heads, finding excuses why there is never enough money. But money buys no happiness and the reward for gluttony is ruination – becoming weary of human voracity, the Goblin destroys his maker and dies as well. The story of the greedy Farmer and the Goblin is contrasted by the love of the Farmer’s Daughter and the Peasant, resented by the Farmer because of the young man’s poverty. Kesler’s staging raises the question – what is important in today’s material and racing world? Is there room for love?

Before the ballet show (from 5:45 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.), there are drinks and small dessert served to celebrate European Senate 50 years – included in the fee.  

The show starts at 9 p.m. and lasts for 2 h 5 min with one intermission.

Ballet “The Goblin” with warm welcome

When: 

6 November from 5:45 p.m. to 9 p.m. 

Address:

Estonian National Opera, Estonia pst 4

Price: 52.50€

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 700 m, 9 min

Public transport: Take a bus nr 16, 17 23 or 54 from Hotell Olümpia stop to Estonia stop and walk 120 m across the road to the destination; 5 min in total.

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 2-3€, 5 min

 

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

 

The museum presents the history of Estonian drink culture and Luscher & Matiesen’s over 100-year-old legend. In the 800-year-old cellar rooms the guests get to know exciting stories and view interesting exhibits. The museum has an aroma corner where visitors get to sense the typical aromas of wines. The museum is situated in Toompea hill at the same place where Luscher & Matiesen wine factory operated during the first independence of Estonia. From the courtyard and the reception rooms of the museum opens a magnificent and unique view over the rooftops of Tallinn Old Town.

During the excursion, the history and culture of Estonian juice production, wine making, beer brewing and vodka distilling is presented. During the visit the guests get to know the tragic and exciting legend of Luscher & Matiesen until the re-birth of the company. During the excursion, also cold climate viticulture of Estonia and Luscher & Matiesen’s wine growing project are presented to the guests. Price includes guided tour at the museum and tasting of 4 Estonian fruit/berry wines.

Wine-tasting and tour in the museum of Estonian drinking culture

When: 

4 November from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

8 November from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Address:

The Museum of Estonian Drinking Culture at the Luscher & Matiesen Distillery, Toom-Rüütli 10-1, 10130 Tallinn

Price: 22€

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 1.8km, approx 25 min

Public transport: Take a bus 16, 17, 17A or 23 from Hotell Olümpia stop to Vabaduse väljak. From there walk for 800m. Takes approx 17 min in total.

Taxiv(Bolt, Uber): approx. 3-4€,  8 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

http://luschermatiesen.com/

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

 

Bump n’ Grind: the Burlesque Class

When: 

8 November from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Address:

Müstika Dance Studio, Tatari 64, Tallinn (6th Floor)

Price: 29

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 800 m, 10 min

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 3€, 3 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://www.misschrissykiss.com/

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

 

This is the base, the very origin of Vintage Burlesque. Learn the original vintage vixen moves: shakes, bumps, grinds and all the tips-and-tricks to make the crowds go wild. The class also includes a fun, bold and sassy choreography in 1960s burlesque style.

The workshop is suitable for all levels. No prior burlesque or dance experience required.

Please wear comfortable clothes to the class that allow movement: example leggings + top. Shoes are not required.

Please arrive 10 min before the workshop so you’d have time to change clothes and settle in.

Pre-Dinner: Medieval Feast

With JCI WC2019 badge, you’ll get a 15% discount from the menu.

When: 

3 November from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Address:

Olde Hansa Restaurant, Vana Turg 1, Old Town

Price: 45

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 950 m, 13 min 

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 3-4€, 5 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://www.oldehansa.ee

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

This grand feast is a genuine and plentiful medieval repast of a wealthy home, where food will be carried to the table until everyone has had more than plenty. The honourable guests can make their choice according to their own preferences – when the food is running out on the table, more can be asked. During the feast, with delicate food and drinks, the guests can experience state of belonging together. Sharing the food at the same table makes even strangers acquainted with each other.

Price includes appetizers and main courses, dessert and water. Other drinks will be on extra cost and when presenting JCI WC2019 badge, you’ll get a 15% discount from the menu. 

Please be there by 6 p.m. the latest as there will be a thematic grand opening of the dinner!

Menu

Appetizers:

* French Royal Poultry Liver Paté with Lovely Onion Jam

* Freshly-Caught Salmon from the Fisher Folk of Andalusia

* Olive Berries from a Highly Blessed Tree

* Earl’s Pickled Cucumbers Livonian-Style

* Rye Bread with Lard

* Nutty Herb Bread with Nuts

* Castle’s Fresh Cheese

* Oven-baked Herb and Juniper Cheese

 

Main courses:

* Game Sausages made of Bear, Wild Boar, and Elk Favourite of the Honourable Cook Frederic

* Game Fillet of the Burgemeister Seasonal Game Fillets with Vegetable Dainties

* Grilled Salmon with Nut Sauce

 

All main courses are served with: 

* Smoked Sauerkraut

* Cooked Spelt

* Ginger Rootbaker

* Crusader’s Lentil Sauce

 

Dessert:

* Rose Pudding Dessert A Savoury and Velvety Delight of the Nobility

This event is the perfect interlude to Japan Night held later in the evening. We are serving traditional Estonian food (rye bread; pea soup; black pudding) in the form of sushi. The food is paired with utterly unique alcoholic beverages that range from apple ice wine and rhubarb sparkling wine to apple brandy. The event includes food and presentation by Sushimon owner and chef Maria Lilje and beverages selected by pommelier (cider sommelier) Kaire Jakobson, the only one in the Baltic States.

It will be a two-hour-adventure into the homey flavours of Estonia. It is not going to be posh, and it is not going to be fine dining. It will be savage and authentic.

Menu

TSUKE SASHIMI (pickled sashimi)

Pickled Herring; Raw Spiced Baltic Sardines; Rye Bread; Quail Egg

 

NIMONO (boiled)

Pea Soup from Dried Peas; Smoked Pig’s Head; Potato; Carrot; Celeriac Chips

 

KOROKKE (crispy fried mashed potato ball)

Deep Fried Potato & Barley Mash Ball; Dark Plum Sauce

 

YAKIZAKANA (fried local fish)

Baltic Herring in Rye Bread Coating; Salted Mushroom & Sour Cream Dressing

 

TORI KOGORI (turkey jelly)

Turkey Aspic with Horseradish Wasabi

 

TEMPURA (deep-fried)

Deep Fried Black Pudding; Vegetables; Cranberry Sauce

 

DESSERT

Honeycomb on Rye Bread; Cheese

Sushi made of Estonian traditional food paired with unique drinks

When: 

7 November from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Address:

Sushimon Sushi & Wine restaurant, Tartu maantee 47, Tallinn

Price: 99€

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 700 m, approx 9 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

Sushimon web page: https://www.sushimon.ee/ 

Siidrimaja web page: http://siidrimaja.ee/ 

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

Sushimonのヘッドシェフと献身的な日本料理愛好家のMaria Liljeは、巻き寿司として典型的なエストニアの味を日本風に提供しています。この特別なメニューの材料は、バルトニシン;七面鳥アスピック、乾燥エンドウ豆のスープ。世界の約30%を旅行し、多くの国に住んでいたMariaは、常に心が広く、興味深い仲間です。

バルト諸国で唯一の認定ポムリエKaire Jakobsonは、Mariaの料理とエストニアのホームワインやサイダーを組み合わせています。エストニアの意欲的なクラフトビバレッジムーブメントの前例のない飲み物には、トマトワイン、ジュニパー&ミントレモネード、ルバーブスパークリングワイン、バーチサップのブランデーなどがあります。Kaireは、クラフトサイダーの世界、およびエストニアがこの世界のどこに位置するかについての知識を提示することで、非常に面白いです。

夕食は、エストニアの家庭的な味への2時間の冒険です。経験はぱりっとで高級ではなく、しかしMariaとKaireが自宅で食べる料理に似ています。Mariaは日本に住んで勉強したことがあるので、日本人グループのためにすべて日本語で発表できます。

メニュ

漬け刺身

ニシンの酢漬け; 生のスパイシーバルト海イワシ;ライ麦パン; ウズラの卵。

 

煮物

乾燥エンドウ豆スープ; スモーク豚の頬; じゃがいも; にんじん; セルリアックチップ。

 

コロッケ

ポテトと大麦のコロッケ; ダークプラムソース。

 

焼きざかな

ライ麦パンコーティングのバルトニシン; 塩漬けマッシュルームとサワークリームドレッシング。

 

トリコゴリ

西洋わさびとト七面鳥ゼリー。

 

天ぷら

黒プリン天ぷら; 野菜; クランベリーソース。

 

デザート

ライ麦パンのとハニカム; チーズ。

これはエストニア人の飲み食いです

いつ

11月5日 18時から20時まで

どこ

この特別なイベントはSushimon、Sushi and Wineレストランで開催されます。

住所:Tartu maantee 47、Tallinn (タリン)

Price: 99€

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 700 m, approx 9 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

Sushimon web page: https://www.sushimon.ee/ 

Siidrimaja web page: http://siidrimaja.ee/ 

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

Bog is a magical land and Kakerdaja bog is one of the most beautiful bogs in Estonia. In this bog you can see everything characteristic to a raised bog: old curved and stunted pine trees (Estonian bonsais), mirror smooth bog pools, insidious hallows, soft and springy peat moss and a bog lake which is named after a rare bird ­ Black-throated loon (Gavia arctica). There are many other powerful herbs growing in the bogs.

Kakerdaja wetland is more than 8000 years old. Our ancestors realized how special this place is and created a sanctum on a bog island. They believed in animism ­ that all living creatures on the planet have a soul. In addition these bog islands were later on used also as a shelters in an emergency (war), strangers did not know the track leading to the bog island and for them this area were almost inaccessible.

Kakerdaja bog is about an hour drive from Tallinn. There will be organised bus charter from Radisson Blu Olümpia hotel parking lot and back.

You will take a hike on the bog using special bogshoes. Please wear warm/rainproof clothing, rubber wellies and bogshoes will be provided.

Agenda

8:30 a.m. – transport from Radisson Blu Olümpia to Kakerdaja bog

10 a.m. – hike

2 p.m. – transport from Kakerdaja bog to Radisson Blu Olümpia

3:30 p.m – arrival to Radisson Blu Olümpia

 

Price includes bus charter there and back, guided hike in the bog, hot tea with sandwiches and a sweet snack, bogshoes and rubber wellies (please provide your shoe size upon registration).

Bogshoeing in Kakerdaja bog

When: 

4 November from 8:30 a.m. to 15:30 p.m. 

8 November from 8:30 a.m. to 15:30 p.m. 

Address:

Kakerdaja bog. Organized transport from front of Radisson Blu Olümpia (Liivalaia 33, Tallinn)

Price: 75€

 

Additional information

Organized transport from Radisson Blu Olümpia parking lot (Liivalaia 33, Tallinn) to Kakerdaja bog and back. Bus to the bog leaves 8:45 a.m.

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://www.360.ee/en/toursmenu/bogshoeing/bogshoeing-in-kakerdaja-bog 

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

Estonians love to party and love to sauna! This event offers you the best of both worlds! The drinks will be cold, saunas hot and DJ will play the best music to get the vibes going! There are a variety of steam saunas to enjoy, as well as the Finnish sauna and hammam stone-bench. There are Jacuzzi pools, a large indoor pool and a year-round outdoor pool, with drinks served at the indoor swim-up bar. 

Price includes: entrance to Tallink Aqua Spa with the possibility to use the saunas and pools, towel. Water is available at all times, other drinks can be purchased at your own cost. There are three options of how to pay for your drinks. The best option is to buy coupons at the entrance of the Spa or from the hotel reception. You can also use your bank card at the bar. Third option is to load them on your wristband and pay for them when you exit the Spa. Though, in this case be prepared for a longer queue. 

Pool & Sauna Party

When: 

5 November from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m.

Address:

Tallink Aqua Spa, Sadama 11a, Tallinn

Price: 26€

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 2.1 km, 26 min

Public transport: Take bus nr 3 (towards Randla) from Hotell Olümpia stop to Linnahall stop (5 stops). Walk 300 m to destination. Takes approx. 15 min in total.

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 4-5€, 7 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

Lighted raft tours on the magical lake

When: 

5 November from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. 

Address:

Rummu Quarry. Organized transport from front of Radisson Blu Olümpia (Liivalaia 33, Tallinn)

Price: 69

 

Additional information

Organized transport from Radisson Blu Olümpia parking lot (Liivalaia 33, Tallinn) to Rummu quarry and back. Bus to Rummu leaves 2 p.m.

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

Rummu has earned the status of a legendary place in history, tourism, and scuba diving. In 1938, a prison camp was opened there. The prisoners were used to mine the so-called Vasalemma limestone from the quarry. We will “fly” over this underwater world after the sun has set. We will use lights to guide us and glide over underwater forests and the roofs of the miniature Atlantis, and try to find sleeping schools of fish in the crowns. We will use green, white, blue, and red lights to peek in the thicket of reeds and under the limestone coast. 

Light rafts have 6 seats. Everyone has to row on the raft.

Alcohol consumption before and during the trip is not allowed!

Recommended clothing: weatherproof, warm and windproof, raincoat if necessary. Wearing hat and gloves are strongly recommended. Also, bring something warm to place under sitting (blanket, plaid).

Agenda

2 p.m. bus transfer from Radisson Blu Olümpia hotel to Rummu Prison gates

3 p.m. independent discovery of Rummu quarry and its surroundings 

4 p.m. Rummu light raft tour

6 p.m. bus transfer from Rummu Prison gates to Radisson Blu Olümpia hotel

7 p.m. arrival to Radisson Blu Olümpia hotel

Ticket includes: bus transport, entry to the Rummu quarry, guided light raft tour, tea after the tour.

Champagne, fashion & best pavlova in town by Beatrice

When: 

5 November from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Address:

Mull Champagne & Wine, Sulevimägi 5

Price: 54

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 1.7 km, 22 min

Public transport: Walk 550 m to Paberi stop. Take tram nr 2 (towards Kopli) to Linnahall stop (4 stops). Walk 400 m to destination.

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 4-5€, 8 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

Model-agency owner, artist, stylist and champagne-lover Beatrice Fenice has turned her Tallinn Old Town home into a private restaurant and champagne room, where she serves fusion food within an oasis of exuberant eclecticism. She’s welcoming you to her magical salon-lounge Mull to enjoy four different bubbly drinks, some snacks and her famous pavlova! She’ll give a house tour, tell you about the drinks and of course about fashion and her own collections.

Fine Dining. Estonian Flavors.

When: 

6 November from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Address:

Restaurant Mon Repos, Narva mnt. 92, Tallinn

Price: 180

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 2.2 km, 28 min

Public transport: Walk to Viru Center. Take bus nr 44 (towards P. Pinna) to Poska stop (2 stops). The restaurant is behind the black building made of glass.

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 3-4€, 6 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

Executive Chef Vladislav Dyatsuk and certified pommelier Kaire Jakobson have designed a fine dining event with Estonian flavours. The dinner will be held at restaurant Mon Repos, in it’s exclusively reserved second floor. During the seven courses which are accompanied by rare local alcoholic beverages (juniper & mynthe lemonade, birch sap sparkling wine, rowan berry wine, apple sparkling wine, ice cider), the participants are given insights into the world wide famous chefs competition Bocuse D’Or by Executive Chef Vladislav Dyatsuk. Vladislav is one of the five chefs in Estonia who has represented Estonia in this competition. Kaire Jakobson is the only certified pommelier (ie. cider sommelier) in the Baltic States. She will shed a light on the ciders of Estonia, as well as on the craft wines that are made in small batches and quite often sold only at the same winery or cidery.

Please let us know well in advance if there are special food requirements: vegan, lactose intolerance, gluten intolerance or other.

Price includes food and drinks, presence and guidance by Vladislav and Kaire.

Menu

* Crispy pork skin, trout roe and horseradish “Smetana”

* Fish & dill

* Roasted bone marrow with black bread and apple mustard

* Parsley root soup with puffed buckwheat and bacon crust

* Apple cider granite and sorrel

* Glazed lamb tongue with wild mushroom “Mulgi” porridge, quince puree and Porter beer sauce

* Plum “mannavaht” dessert with juniper ice cream

……………

This special format includes a couple of small brakes, just to absorb the impact of such unusual flavours. During these brakes it is possible to peek into Vlad’s special kitchen which is situated on the same floor. And last, but not least will be the story of this elegant wooden villa, that has been used as a restaurant and a casino during the 1920-s.

Estonian Ciders & Cracking Jokes With the Local Pommelier

When: 

8 November from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. 

Address:

Cider Speciality Shop Siidrimaja, Masina 20, Tallinn

Price: 29

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 1.5 km, 19 min

Public transport: Take bus nr 54 (towards Kurina) from Hotell Olümpia stop to Sossimägi (4 stops). Walk 300 m to destination. Takes approx. 11 min in total.

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 3-4€, 4 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

We taste 4 Estonian ciders and 1 Estonian apple sparkling wine. It is an overview of this new booming trend called craft cider. 

The beverages are selected by pommelier (cider sommelier) Kaire Jakobson, the only one in the Baltic States. She has travelled a wee bit in the search of great ciders and is therefore very open to discuss either cider or things in Estonia which are different from the regular tour guide manual.

The Seaplane Harbour Tour

When: 

5 November from 1 p.m. to 1:45 p.m.

6 November from 1 p.m. to 1:45 p.m.

Address:

Seaplane Harbour (Lennusadam), Vesilennuki 6, 10415 Tallinn

Price: 25

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Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 3.1 km, 40 min

Public transport: Take bus nr 3 (towards Randla) from Hotell Olümpia stop to Linnahall (5 stops). Change for bus nr 73 (towards Tööstuse), ride 2 stops to Lennusadam stop.Walk 230 m to destination. Takes about 23 min in total.

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 4-5 €, 9 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

The Seaplane Harbour is one of the top attractions in Tallinn (#2 according to TripAdvisor) and for the right reason: it’s the most exciting maritime museum in Europe! About 200 authentic items are on display at the historical seaplane hangar: a submarine called Lembit, a century-old icebreaker Suur Tõll, a seaplane called Short 184, remains of the oldest ship found in Estonia, and much more. 

You’ll first take a 45-minute guided tour in the Seaplane Hangar, with stories from underwater, the surface and above. you’ll dive to the origins of the Finno-Ugric culture, drift on the stormy Baltic Sea and surface eventually in the middle of hi-tech equipment from the previous century. After the tour you’ll have the opportunity to look around by yourself. 

Price includes a museum ticket and a guided tour. Gathering point is in front of the ticket booth.

Liviko Distillery tour

When: 

6 November from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. 

7 November from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. 

Address:

Liviko, Masina 11, Tallinn

Price: 21

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 1.5 km, 19 min

Public transport: Walk 550 m to Paberi stop. Take tram nr 2 or 4 to Lubja stop (3 stops). Walk 120 m to destination.  

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 3-4€, 4 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

The Liviko Distillery tour takes you on a journey into a 121-year-old distillery, where legacy meets modern technology. This is a rare opportunity to visit an interactive museum, working distillery (visit during production) and see how raw materials are transformed into final products. Guests can taste 4 different alcoholic drinks: Viru Valge/Hõbe vodka, Vana Tallinn, Crafter’s London Dry, Crafter’s Aromatic Flower Gin. 

Price includes a factory visit, interactive museum, tasting (4x2cl) and discount at the Liviko flagship store Cash&Carry. 

Liviko cocktail training 

When: 

8 November from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. 

Address:

Liviko, Masina 11, Tallinn

Price: 47

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 1.5 km, 19 min

Public transport: Walk 550 m to Paberi stop. Take tram nr 2 or 4 to Lubja stop (3 stops). Walk 120 m to destination.  

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 3-4€, 4 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

The Liviko Distillery tour takes you on a journey into a 121-year-old distillery, where legacy meets modern technology. This is a rare opportunity to visit an interactive museum, working distillery (visit during production) and see how raw materials are transformed into final products. Guests can participate in beverage training conducted by our experienced sommeliers and brand ambassadors. You’ll be introduced to different cocktail mixing techniques and given a short overview of the history of different drinks. You can taste up to 5 different cocktails and then make your own in a group. 

Price includes a factory visit, interactive museum, cocktail training and discount at the Liviko flagship store Cash&Carry. 

The Epic Bar Crawl in the Old Town

When: 

9 November from 9. p.m. to 1:30 a.m.

Address:

Ükskõik bar, Pikk 35, Tallinn

Price: 25

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 1.6 km, 20 min

Public transport: Take a bus nr 16, 17, 17A or 23 from Hotell Olümpia stop to Vabaduse Väljak stop (2 stops). Walk 800 m to destination. It should take 15 min in total. 

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 8 min, 4-5€

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://www.facebook.com/epicbarcrawltallinn/

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

The Epic Bar Crawl is an unforgettable journey through the crazy nightlife of Tallinn. A professional party guide will make sure you get the best selection of bars and clubs in the city. Perfect way to kick your night out!

We gather at the first bar, Ükskõik bar at Pikk 35. You’ll be taken to a club around 1-1:30 a.m. which is the perfect time to go to a club in Estonia!

Dress code: smart casual (no sneakers and T-shirts if you want to get into the club later on)

Price includes expert party guides, visit to 4 bars, free entry to a club, free welcome drink at the first bar and a shot at each bar we visit. 

Exciting adventure - laser tag

When: 

6 November from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Address:

ActionGames, Madara 22a, Tallinn (last floor, entrance is next to the Factory door)

Price: 11

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 2.5 km, 33 min

Public transport:

  1.  walk 350 m to Estonia stop, take trolleybus nr 1 to Ristiku stop (5 stops) and walk for 450 m. It takes approx. 20 min in total.
  2.  walk 350 m to Estonia stop, take bus nr 42 or 16 to Taksopark stop (4 stops) and walk for 550 m. It takes approx. 20min in total.T

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 3-5€, 7 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

http://www.actiongames.ee/en/home

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made.

 

If you’re a fan of laser warfare, this massive recreation centre should be your destination. We offer the largest laser game hall in Estonia, a full 1,000 square metres of labyrinthine battle ground complete with high-tech light and sound effects. Here you face each other in two or three teams in a special laser zone. We keep track of all the shooting data, so when the game is over, you can compare your heroism and see who is the ultimate winner.

Ticket includes 2 games (17 min each).

The instructors at Ronimisministeerium (Ministry of Climbing) will within 1.5 hours give their utmost to pour their climbing and slacklining skills into YOU!

Those who wish to put their newly learnt levitation powers to a test, can during the evening even participate in a voluntary climbing and slacklining competition.

You’ll need to wear your sport clothes and socks. Everybody will be given climbing shoes. There is a possibility to shower after the event.

Climbing and Slacklining Training

When: 

7 November 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Address:

Ronimisministeerium, Hipodroomi tn 13, Tallinn

Price: 20€

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. Directions from Radisson Blu Olümpia:

On foot: 3.8 km, 50 min

Public transport: Take bus nr 16 (towards Väike-Õismäe) from Hotell Olümpia stop to Hipodroom stop (6 stops). Walk for 400 m to destination. Takes approx. 19 min in total.

Taxi (Bolt, Uber): approx. 4-5€, 7 min

Contact person

Maarja-Eeva Mändmets, maarja.mandmets@gmail.com, +372 5805 3765

https://www.ronimisministeerium.ee

Terms and conditions

According to Section 53 (4) 7² of Law of Obligations Act all tickets are non-refundable. However, all tours are based on a minimum number of participants and if minimum numbers are not reached, alternative arrangements or a complete refund will be made. 

Morning runs

When: 

5 November at 7 am

6 November at 7 am (starts in front of HQ and you can run with JCI Estonia President – Anni Oja! )

7 November at 7 am

Address:

Schnelli park  (location might change)

Price: Free

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event.

Contact person

Kaspar Lood, phone +3725193 7753, email: kaspar.lood@gmail.com

Running is conducted by Kärt Radik

Let’s start the day with health run. After the morning’s run you will feel the whole day bright and brisk.

Dress warm and according to weather.

Winter swimming

When: 

7 November at 10 am

Address:

Outside swimming pool at Nõmme Sports Center

Price: Free

 

Additional information

Each participant is responsible for organizing their own transport to the event. However if need should be we can organize transportation.

Contact person

Kaspar Lood, phone +3725193 775, email: kaspar.lood@gmail.com

Winter swim is conducted by Aivar Tugedam

Winter swim is unique in Estonia. Come and harden yourself, refresh your body and spirit with winter swim that gives you energy for the whole day.

What to bring: swimming clothes, warm clothes

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