|June is the first month of summer in Tallinn, Estonia and has an average temperature of 15°C. In the afternoon, the average high is 20°C, while at night it drops to an average low of 9°C. Both of these averages increase in the course of the month—the end of June is noticeably warmer than the beginning. The sea temperature average is 14°C.|
|Summer is the wettest time of the year in this coastal city and June marks the start of it. With a total amount of rainfall of 35mm, and 13 days with precipitation, June receives its fair share of wetness. That being said; the chance that you will experience rainfall averages 46%, which is relatively low for this region. The types of rainfall that are most common are light rain and moderate rain, which respectively occur on 41% and 37% of the days with rainfall.|
|Cloud cover ranges around 77% this month and doesn’t vary much. The sky above Tallinn is fairly cloudy throughout the whole year and June is no exception. You can expect (mostly) clear skies only 9% of the time in this city. They are most likely to be mostly cloudy.|
|June is characterised by the longest days of the entire year. June 20 is the longest day of them all with no fewer than 18.39 hours of daylight. The other days in June are only slightly shorter. Because of this relatively low percentage of cloud cover and these incredibly long days, June is one of the sunniest months of the year in Tallinn.|
In case of an accident or sudden illness, call for an ambulance or the police free-of-charge from any phone: 112.
|Tallinn has become famous for its abundance of free, public Wi-Fi, which is available in nearly every café, restaurant, hotel and hostel, as well in open spaces such as city squares and parks. To see a map of free Wi-Fi hotspots hosted by the City of Tallinn, click here.|
Transport. Public transport is free of charge for the participants of FECAVA2018. Wearing your badge is necessary to obtain the right for a free ride.
Tallinn Creative Hub is situated within walking distance of the Old Town.
It can be reached by taking trams no. 1 (Kopli–Kadriorg) and 2 (Kopli–Suur-Paala), and getting off at the Linnahall stop.
Buses no. 3 (Veerenni–Randla), 21 (Balti jaam–Landi), 21B (Balti jaam–Kakumäe), 41 (Balti jaam–Landi), 41B (Balti jaam–Kakumäe) and 73 (Veerenni–Tööstuse) also stop here.
Parking. Coming by car, remember that parking fees apply 24/7 in the Old Town. Visitors to the Creative Hub can park in the car parks surrounding Linnahall for a fee.
The P1 unmonitored car park is located in the City Centre zone, where the conditions and fees decreed by the City of Tallinn apply. Parking fees apply from 7:00–19:00 Monday-Friday and 8:00–15:00 on Saturdays. Parking is free on Sundays and at other times. Find out more: www.tallinn.ee/est/Tasuline-parkimine.
The P2 car park only allows parking with a written permit issued by the Creative Hub, on the basis of a parking card.
The fees and conditions of the P3 car park have been decreed by the proprietor.
|National currency: Euro (1 euro = 100 cents)
Most banks are open from 9:00 to 18:00 on weekdays.
Western Union service is available in most post offices and banks in Tallinn. Read more here.
Estonia is a part of the Schengen visa area. Nationals of EU are free to enter Estonia. The required travel document for entry is a national ID card or passport.
For more specific information, please contact the nearest Estonian consulate or embassy, or check the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affair's website.
|The electrical current is 220 volts AC, 50 Hz,
European-style 2-pin plugs are in use.