Conference location: V Spa and Conference Hotel

In the heart of Tartu, V Spa and Conference Hotel invites you to experience the perfect blend of modern comfort, versatile event spaces, and rejuvenating spa amenities.

Conveniently located in Tartu’s vibrant city center, V Spa and Conference Hotel is just a short distance from the city’s main attractions, shopping destinations, and cultural landmarks. Explore the charming streets of Tartu, visit historical sites, or simply unwind in the serene surroundings of our hotel.

Address: Riia 2, Tartu, 51004
More information: https://vspahotel.ee/en/v-conference/v-conference-centre/


Conference city: Tartu
(the European Capital of Culture 2024)

Tartu, with its population of around 100,000 in an area of 154 square kilometres, is the second largest city in Estonia. The first written records of Tartu date from 1030, making it the oldest city in the Baltic States. Tartu has played an important role in the development of Estonian culture and national consciousness: the first national elite stemmed from the local university, the first newspapers and cultural societies, the first national theater – all began their work here, and the first national song festival took place here as well.


Tartu has all the best of the globally new but with the local advantage – the costs are lower, security is higher and the air is cleaner than in Tallinn, Helsinki or New York. The city successfully combines modern infrastructure and facilities with a green and friendly environment. A serene park with medieval ruins and a river running through the city give it a romantic allure. Part of its appeal is the way Tartu blends old and new – walking through the city, one can literally touch its history, at the same time feeling a renewed energy and curiosity about what the future will bring.

At every corner in Tartu, there are concert venues, exhibition halls, theatres, churches, museums and charming little cafés as well as various pubs and restaurants. An inseparable part of the city is its students who comprise around a quarter of the population and generate a lot of fun and energy. There is a lively cultural scene with something for every taste as exciting events and festivals take place all year round.

Tartu, together with Southern Estonia, is the European Capital of Culture in 2024

European Capital of Culture Tartu 2024 is the main event in Estonia in 2024 and the largest joint endeavour of Tartu and Southern Estonia. The title year is the culmination of five years of activity.

Arts of Survival, or Ellujäämise Kunstid in Estonian, is the artistic concept of the European Capital of Culture Tartu 2024.

Arts of survival are the knowledge, skills, and values that will help us lead a good life in the future.

These are the knowledge, skills, and values that we endorse, cherish, share with and learn from Europe.

The four most important Arts of Survival featured in the Tartu 2024 programme are uniquenesssustainabilityawareness, and co-creation.

Read more: https://visittartu.com/ & https://www.tartu2024.ee/en