Põhja pst 27A
Tallinn, Estonia


How to get there

Tallinn is the capital of Estonia and the venue is in the city center, so getting here is quite easy.

By plane you arrive to the Tallinn Airport (Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport), which is close to the city center.

The port is in the city center and almost next to the venue. There are direct ferry connections from Tallinn to Helsinki and Stockholm.

From city center it's just about 10 minute walk to Kultuurikatel so there is not much need to use public transportation to get to the conference.


The building was previously Tallinn City Central Power Station, which began operating in 1913 and closed in 1979. It can be said that only with the founding of the power station did the use of electric power become common and electricity an everyday perk in Tallinn.

The former power station’s first serious encounter with art occurred in 1977 when Andrei Tarkovsky used the complex as a set for his cult film ‘Stalker’. The scene of Stalker entering the zone was filmed at the gate of the Creative Hub. While shooting the film, the letters U and N (short for United Nations) were painted on the power station’s chimney and remain visible to this day.