Council and Technical Meeting 14-15 November 2018 Mustamäe tee 51, Tallinn, Estonia
Estonian Land Board is located ca 4.5 km from the city centre and is easily accessible by public transport. You can board the trolleybus no 1 at the stops "Kaubamaja", "Estonia" or "Vabaduse väljak", or the bus no 16 at the stops "Estonia" or "Vabaduse väljak". The stop to get off is "Marja", which is located across the street from the Land Board. The ride will take approximately 15-20 minutes. Single journey tickets can be bought in cash from the driver for €2. Timetables and further information about the public transport in Tallinn can be found here.
|Opening + welcome in the name of EUPOS||Šimek|
|Introduction of the new EUPOS representatives (if any)||new representatives|
|5th Meeting agenda approval||all|
|EUPOS® chairman/member/-ship – current status||Droščák|
|New member acceptance (Slovenia) – voting||Šimek, Droščák|
|EUPOS® activities November 2017 – November 2018||Šimek, Droščák, EBB,- PosKEN|
|EUPOS® web page current status and plans||Wajda|
|ECC - EUREF Densification status + news + key information from EUREF 2018||Kenyeres|
|SQM working group status + news||Droščák|
|New applications for SKPOS quality control||Smolik|
|SQII working group status + news||Zvirgzds|
|EUPOS related international and regional events (November 2017 - November 2018), a.o.b.||all|
|EUPOS Technical meeting opening||EUPOS® chairman|
|Welcome address by Estonian Land Board Deputy-Director General||Ellmann|
|Introduction of participants and guests||all|
|Brief EUPOS introduction||Šimek|
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The city's international airport, Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport is conveniently located just 4 km from the city centre. Information about direct destinations is available here https://www.tallinn-airport.ee/en/flight-info/destinations/
Ferry routes connect Tallinn with Helsinki, Stockholm and Saint Petersburg. Ferries between Tallinn and Helsinki operate several times a day covering the distance in approximately 2 hours. Ferries between Tallinn and Stockholm depart every evening, with the trip taking approximately 15 hours.
Passenger terminals are located within walking distance of the city centre.
Bus no. 2 makes the trip from the airport to the city centre and port approximately every 20 minutes and operates from ~6:30 am until midnight. Single journey tickets can be bought in cash from the driver for €2. The most central stop is the "Laikmaa" stop on Laikmaa Street, between the Tallink Hotel and the Viru Centre shopping mall.
Tram no. 4 from the airport to the city centre operates a frequent schedule from 5:30 am until 00:45. Single journey tickets can be bought in cash from the driver for €2. The most central stop is the "Hobujaama" stop.
A taxi stand can be found just outside the arrivals hall. The fare from the airport to the city centre is about €10, credit cards are accepted.
The climate in Tallinn during November can be summarized with low temperatures with some rain or snow. The daytime average temperature is around 3˚C and at night 1˚C. Weather forecast for Estonia is available at http://www.ilmateenistus.ee/?lang=en
European Union membership: since 2004
Official language: Estonian, with English widely spoken
Currency: Euro €
Time zone: GMT +2 in winter and GMT +3 in summer
Country dialling code: 00372 or +372
Emergency number: 112
Plug socket: type F, with voltage of 230V and frequency of 50Hz