The Estonian area code is +372
Emergency services – 112
Taxi 1 – +372 1918
Taxi 2 – +372 7422222
You can also use the Taxify app or see https://www.taksod.net/taksohinnad.
In case you urgently need to contact the organisers of the conference, please call ***
Closest pharmacy that is open 24 h – Raekoja plats 1a
University Main Building – Ülikooli 18
Tartu Visitor Centre – Raekoja plats 1a
Train station – Vaksali 6
Bus station – Turu 2
Tartu Airport – Lennu tn 44, Reola küla
Homepage of Tartu: https://www.tartu.ee/en
Information on events taking place in Tartu: http://kultuuriaken.tartu.ee/?setlang=EN
What to do in Tartu: http://www.visittartu.com/
Renting bicycles: http://www.visittartu.com/en/by-bicycle/
The Dorpat Convention Centre has free public access to Wifi.
We kindly ask that you bring your presentation with you on an USB or make it downloadable from the internet. We cannot guarantee that everyone can connect their own laptops.
Cancellations will be announced on our webpage and on the TV-screens around the venue.
There are several options for printing/photocopying.
You can print your materials at UT Lossi 3 building. The entrance is on the Lossi street, you will see a sign that says “Multimeedia talitlus”. You can go in any time during working hours to print your materials. You can pay with card or cash. You can also print posters here, the price depends on the size and design of your poster.
You can also print at “Koopiatehas” (Ülikooli 10). Open 9-17.
Most supermarkets are open until 10 p.m. on weekdays. Banks are usually open until 5 p.m. You can find ATM in TASKU shopping centre (1st floor of the Convention Centre). Please note that in Estonia, you get cash before you get your card back. Don’t forget your card! Currency exchange is located in Tartu Kaubamaja (Riia 1).
You can find materials and flyers on what to do in Tartu at the registration table or check out www.visittartu.com
It is allowed to swim in Emajõgi (Mother river) in designated beaches only. Follow the river upstream and you will find one on both sides.
Most restaurants and cafés in the city center offer daily specials for lunch. The price is usually around 5 euros.
You can safely drink tap water anywhere in the city.