Visit Estonia and The Estonian Convention Bureau are about to showcase their country’s meeting and incentive potential at a key associations meeting planners´ event in Brussels.
The event, which aims to highlight the best of what Estonia has to offer as a conference destination, will take place on Thursday, February 9th at the restaurant Humus x Hortense (the only green Michelin star in Brussels).
The gathering will cover Estonia’s main sectors of excellence, the best event venues and meeting hotels, networking activities, and conference support availability, as well as a Q&A session. The focus will be on two main cities: Tallinn, the capital city of Estonia, bearing the title ‘European Green Capital 2023’, and Tartu, Estonia’s second-largest city, holding the title ‘European Capital of Culture 2024’.
“With fantastic meeting facilities and hotels, prices that won’t break the bank, short distances between compact city centers, a rich history, a diverse culture, and some of the cleanest air in Europe, Estonia is a superb value destination for conferences, etc. We’re a cool country too, leading the way in society-wide digital transformation; excellent, high-speed, nationwide mobile coverage enables you to stay connected, even deep in the forests covering over half the nation.
With a dazzling variety of meeting rooms and conference rooms to suit every budget, duration, size and type of event, meeting, conference, or exhibition, our small country with a huge heart provides a reassuring mix of warm hospitality, flexible cuisine, Nordic efficiency, and great value.” says Riine Tiigi, Marketing Manager, Estonian Convention Bureau.
Registration for the event is open until January 31st.