unda festival takes place at the Estonian National Museum in Tartu, Southern Estonia. The museum is situated in the Raadi district, just 2.5 kilometers from the city center. You can arrive there by foot, bike, public transport (bus nr 7) or take a taxi.


When arriving by plane, your first stop is Tallinn Airport. After landing, you can take a 2.5-hour bus ride to Tartu straight from the airport or the Tallinn Central Bus Station. We recommend booking bus tickets in advance here

When you prefer taking a train, head to Ülemiste train station or the Baltic Station (Balti jaam). Train tickets can be purchased online or on the train.

Alternatively, you can arrive through or from Helsinki straight to Tartu Airport

If you arrive by ferry from Finland or Sweden, head to Tallinn Central Bus Station or Baltic Station (Balti jaam) to catch a train

For all our guests who plan to come from Riga by bus, these carriers will take you straight to Tartu Central Bus Station: Lux Express, Flixbus

For more detailed info on the public transportation in Tallinn, please check here



Tartu has plenty of options for hotels, guest houses, and Airbnbs, but we recommend booking your stay early on to avoid higher prices or missing out on your perfect place.

Check this list of Tartu2024 recommendations or Visit Estonia homepage to book your ideal stay.