Palmse is a small settlement 80 kms to the east from Tallinn in the county of Lääne-Viru. It is renowned for a large manor that used to belong to the von Pahlen family, today hosting the visitors' center of the Lahemaa National Park, a museum, and a hotel.
Tallinn, Estonia's capital, is famous
for its picturesque medieval Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
There are direct flights to Tallinn Lennart Meri airport from Amsterdam (Schiphol), Berlin (Tegel), Brussels, Copenhagen (Kastrup), Düsseldorf (Weeze), Frankfurt (Main), Helsinki (Vantaa), Istanbul (Atatürk), Kiiev (Borispol), Lissabon (Portela), London (Gatwick and Stansted), Milan (Bergamo), Moscow (Sheremetyevo), Munich (Franz Josef Strauss), Oslo (Gardermoen and Rygge), Paris (Charles de Gaulle), Riga, Stockholm (Arlanda and Bromma), St Petersburg (Pulkovo), Trondheim (Værnes), Vilnius, and Warsaw (Frederic Chopin); ferries from Stockholm and Helsinki.
From Vilnius, Riga, St Petersburg the Lux Express and Ecolines coach services are the practical travel option.
Train connections from Moscow and St. Petersburg are operated by Go rail.
The school will organize a bus from Tallinn to Palmse and back.
View EWSCS venue - Palmse in a larger map
November 12, 2014 15:41 Europe/Helsinki (GMT +02:00)
local organizers, ewscs15(at)cs.ioc.ee
EWSCS'15 page: //cs.ioc.ee/ewscs/2015/