Estonia is an amazing place of natural beauty and steeped in colourful history. It’s located in northeastern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea, Latvia and Russia. Estonia, and its capital Tallinn is a short hop away from Helsinki, Finland — 80 km by ferry or 30 minutes by plane.

Estonia can be accessed via land, air or by sea. Its biggest international airport is the Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport, a mere 4 km from Tallinn city centre. There is regular ferry traffic from Tallinn to Helsinki and Stockholm. It is also possible to visit St. Petersburg by boat or train and Moscow by an overnight train. However, if you do not feel like travelling in person, you can always Skype us — after all, Skype was created by Estonians. Find out more about Estonia here.

European Regional Development Fund supports Baltic-Nordic Forum international marketing activities introducing Tallinn and Estonia as an attractive tourism destination of culture during 2021.
Tallinn is the capital city of Estonia and an ideal holiday destination if you want to combine the comforts of modern world, versatile nightlife and luxurious adventures with rich cultural scene, historic settings and making the most of you travel. Tallinn’s medieval Old Town, belonging to the UNESCO World Heritage, is unique in the world in terms of its entirety.

Find out more about Tallinn here.
VENUE — Kultuurikattel
In 2021 BNEF will take place in one of the most creative and uninteresting venues in the city.

The Creative Hub is one of the most unique creative and event spaces in Northern Europe. The industrial interior of the complex has inspired legendary film-maker Andrei Tarkovski, wowed German Chancellor Angela Merkel and enchanted hundreds of other prominent figures. Approximately 300 events take place at the Creative Hub every year which are attended by 200,000+ people.

The universal space within the complex gives organisers a wide range of options in planning their events. There are eight halls in the Creative Hub and a total of 16 rooms with an inspiring industrial atmosphere. Whether you’re putting on a conference, a concert, a trade fair, a play, an exhibition, a seminar, a party or a festival, you’re sure to find the perfect space. The biggest of them, the Black Box, has room for 550 seats.

The Creative Hub is located in the heart of Tallinn. It’s easy to get here by any means of transport and hotels are within walking distance.