Estoria added to yet another prestigious design map

The selection committee of the Estonian Design Centre has chosen the stores, structures and other places of interest to be added to the latest Tallinn Design Map. Published in Estonian, Russian, English, Finnish, German and Swedish, the 11th edition of the map features Solo Sokos Hotel Estoria.

The selection committee of the Estonian Design Centre has chosen the stores, structures and other places of interest to be added to the latest Tallinn Design Map. Published in Estonian, Russian, English, Finnish, German and Swedish, the 11th edition of the map features Solo Sokos Hotel Estoria.

You will find the Tallinn Design Map:

  • at tourist information points around the city;
  • at Viking Line, Eckerö Line and Tallink ferry information desks;
  • at Tallink Silja sales points in Finland;
  • at Tallinn Airport;
  • in hotels;
  • at tourism fairs and international conferences;
  • at local cultural events (Jazzkaar, the Black Nights Film Festival and Tallinn Music Week);
  • in The Baltic Guide newspaper;
  • in Nordica's on-board magazine TimeFlies;
  • in the locations marked on the map itself; and
  • at events organised by the Estonian Design Centre.

The Tallinn Design Map is the only map of the city which brings together and highlights eye-catching public spaces that exhibit and place value on modern Estonian design. It features cafés and restaurants furnished with Estonian design and salons selling Estonian designer items, as well as exhibition spaces and museums. These places can be recognised around the city by the yellow ‘D' sticker they display.

Forming part of the historical Viru Hotel complex, the unique Solo Sokos Hotel Estoria promotes Estonian design and tells Estonian stories. Each of its rooms showcases a fascinating aspect of the country, and Estonian design can be found throughout the hotel.

TAKE A LOOK AT THE MAP.