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Venue and hotel

The congress will take place at the Tallinn Hilton Park hotel. FEPE has reserved rooms for the duration of the congress at a preferential rate for congress guests.  The room price for single occupancy is €139 and for double occupancy is €154.

You can already reserve your room via this hotel reservation form.



The airline company Nordica is offering a 5% discount for flights to Tallinn from certain airports:

Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Hamburg, Kiev Boryspil Airport, Munich, Oslo, St Petersburg, Vienna and Vilnius.

To benefit from this reduction go to the flynordica website and find the ‘Discount code’ link, which is to the left of the pink 'Find Flight' button.

Fill in the flight information and enter the code CONFERENCE. You will get -5% on the net fare.


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