It is 231 km from Tallinn to Põlva. The non-stop ride takes 2 hours and 47 minutes. We recommend you to take the historic postal road to Põlva, if you have some time to spare. This scenic road highlights the hill country and provides a beautiful experience. See more at http://www.postitee.ee. By the way, the most beautiful road passes the Põlva Peasantry Museum and the Estonian Road Museum. Find the location of the forest park here.
There are two trains from Tallinn to Põlva (with a connection and a change of trains in Tartu)
More information www.elron.ee.
On Friday (2.08) the official festival bus will depart from Tallinn at 13.00 (the stop is in front of Salme Kultuurikeskus) and return on Sunday (4.08) at 13.00 (the stop is next to the basketball court located close to festival area). You can purchase your ticket from Ticketer.
Festival bus will also depart from Tartu on Friday (2.08) and Saturday (3.08) at 15.00 (the stop is in front of Vanemuine Theatre) and return both nights at 03.00 (the stop is next to the basketball court located close to festival area). You can purchase your ticket from Ticketer.
Public buses go to Põlva from both Tallinn and Tartu. More information www.tpilet.ee.
We have allocated a section in the official car park where you can park your caravan under the guidance of our parking manager. Intsikurmu is a forest park and therefore the conditions of an official caravan park cannot be guaranteed. Parking for caravans is also free!