The European Accounting Associations` 37th Congress takes place in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. Tallinn is situated on the northern coast of the country, on the shore of the Gulf of Finland, 80 km south of Helsinki, east of Stockholm and west of Saint Petersburg. There are many different ways to travel comfortably to Tallinn:
The most frequent flights to Estonia come from the following hubs: Helsinki Airport has about five to six flights a day to Estonia depending on the exact day of departing, Riga International Airport has about five flights a day to Tallinn leading up to the Congress, Stockholm Arlanda has three to four flights a day to Tallinn depending on the exact date of departing, Copenhagen Kastrup also has three to four flights to Tallinn in that certain time frame, Frankfurt/Main International has three flights a day to Tallinn leading up to the Congress, London Stansted Airport has three flights to Tallinn leading up to the Congress. Please make sure to check the timetables and find the frequency of flights departing to Tallinn in compliant to the date of your arrival.
Eastward connections are from Moscow, St. Petersburg and Kiev. Local carrier Estonian Air provides half of the services and the rest is provided by Finnair, SAS, Lufthansa, LOT, CSA, Air Baltic, Ryanair, EasyJet (Find the timetables by clicking on the links) and others. You can check for the arrival to Tallinn Airport here (please make sure to mark your starting point and arrival time).
The coach and ferry timetables from Helsinki to Tallinn:
Timetables of Tallink or Eckerö Line or Viking Line or Linda Line can be found by clicking on the link.
The coach and ferry timetables from Stockholm to Tallinn:
Timetables of Tallink or St. Peter Line
You can also check the availability, cost of tickets and opportunities for discount here.
Please make sure to check the timetables with the exact dates of your departure date from Helsinki or Stockholm.
We wish you a safe and comfortable travel to Estonia and we look forward to welcoming you in Tallinn!