What, where, when?!
Information about Tallinn FoodFair

Venue Address

Estonian Fair Centre
28 Pirita Road, Tallinn, Estonia

Opening hours

Wednesday, 29 September: 10–17 (trade visitors)
Thurday, 30 September: 10–17 (trade visitors)
Friday, 1 October: 10–17 (trade visitors)


Ticket for visitor 18 €.
Entrance with invitation is free of charge. Fair invitations are valid for one day and for visitors age 18+.
Trade visitors must be at least 18 years old.


Entry is possible either:

  • With a digital certificate of vaccination against the Covid-19 virus, proof of recovery from the virus or a negative test. You can formalise the certificate on the patient portal digilugu.ee. The certificate can be saved to your smart phone or printed out. The certificate is valid with an identity document.
  • With a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours.
  • On-site antigen rapid test, costs 7 €. The waiting time for the test result is approximately 15 minutes. There may be a queue for the on-site testing.

Check of Covid certificate on the website www.kontroll.digilugu.ee

According to the government’s decision, it is not necessary to prove the risk of infection for people under the age of 18.

Cash / card payment

At the entrance to the fair you can pay by card.
There are no ATM at the Estonian Fairs Centre.

How to reach the Estonian Fair Centre

Please use  buses 1A, 6, 8, 34A and 38 and alight at stop “Lauluväljak”. A bus goes to the fair centre approximately every 10 minutes.
A taxi from the city center costs approximately 7 €, from the harbour 7 € and from Lennart Meri Tallinn airport 10 €.


Parking is on the east-side of the fair centre. A parking ticket is 5 € and is valid for one entrance.  There is place for 400 cars in the parking area.

Tallinn FoodFair catalogue

TFF catalogue will be handed out at the fair for free.


There is free WIFI in the fair center.


For your convenience there is a cloakroom at the fair centre entrance. A service fee of 0.50 € applies, cash only.