In 2024, the European Cohesion Fund supports the marketing efforts of Tallinn Music Week with 70 000 euros, promoting Tallinn and Estonia as an attractive destination for cultural tourism.
TMW is one of Europe’s most esteemed festivals for new music and urban culture, bringing together a cultural program with civic activism and city development, while showcasing Estonian music to an international audience. TMW consists of a music festival featuring nearly 175 artists from around the world and various genres, a high-level music conference, and an urban festival highlighting Tallinn’s creativity, art, and culinary culture.
The goal of TMW through this project is to expand the target audience interested in Estonian music and culture, increase awareness of Estonia and Tallinn as an attractive cultural tourism destination, and enhance the image and recognition of Estonia as a creative and innovative nation.
Tallinn is a city full of sweet contrasts. Listed among the world’s top 10 digital cities, Tallinn’s Old Town is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. To find the city of digerati and cobblestones, touch down on the Southern shore of the Gulf of Finland.
At 45,227 square kilometres, Estonia is just a little bigger than Denmark, Switzerland, or the Netherlands. Culturally, it is located at the crossroads of Northern, Western and Eastern. Travelling via the country’s developed road network and timely train and bus connections, you can cross Estonia in just a few hours, and almost every village has cosy farm stays and inns.
For the best destinations and locations to discover, check out the Visit Estonia website.
For information about Tallinn, head over to Visit Tallinn.