With GOAL Events DMC
GOAL Events DMC provide unique and safe opportunities in Estonia's capital, Tallinn.
Safety with airBaltic
airBaltic ensures safe flights - aircraft disinfection, complimentary basic care kit and air filters that eliminate all airborne pathogens.
Event and Travel Regulations in Estonia
Event regulations implemented in Tallinn ensures that events are safe.
From July 15th, indoor events with up to 1500 participants and outdoor events for up to 2000 can be held, allowing for social distancing. The 50-percent capacity rule must still be followed at all times.
Hotels and restaurants in Estonia have stayed open throughout the crisis. Museums, attractions, spas are open and welcoming visitors, with precaution methods and processes in order to ensure that people are and feel safe.
Estonia’s borders are open to visitors.
A two-week self-isolation requirement applies to people arriving in Estonia from several countries (based on their corona virus infection rate), the list, which is updated weekly, can be accessed HERE.
There is no specific ban on travelling for groups.
It is not mandatory to wear face masks in Estonia (indoors or outdoors), however they are available to buy from pharmacies.
Estonia began to develop its digital society over 2 years ago and is now a leading digital nation with 99% of their state services available online.
Thanks to a streamlined business environment Estonia has become one of the leading start up nations in the world, it is possible to establish a company online within just 18 minutes.
Located in the heart of Tallinn, Creative Hub - Kutluurikatel - is an unusual venue for events . Its doors are open for all visitors, and it's a venue for various workshops, seminars, conferences, festivals, exhibitions, Gala dinners and much more. Read more about Creative Hub HERE.
Demolition Derby - Watch the video HERE
Survival programmes in the beautiful nature of Estonia - Read about one of the survival programmes HERE