How to get here?

By car

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 By the way, the most beautiful road passes the Põlva Peasantry Museum and the Estonian Road Museum.

By train

There are three trains from Tallinn to Põlva (with a connection and a change of trains in Tartu)
More information

By bus

Buses go to Põlva from both Tallinn and Tartu. More information


Camping site
The camping site is next to the festival area. There is a security guard at the camping site, but there is no surveillance of personal belongings. Toilets and clean water are provided. Fee 5€.

You can purchase your camping ticket online or on site.

Shower facilities (fee 2€):

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Sat-Sun 09.00-13.00
Sat 17-19

Põlva School sports hall
Lina 21, Põlva
During the Intsikurmu festival, sleeping places are available on the floor of the sports hall in Põlva School. Shower facilities are available in the space. One night in the sports hall cost 6 €. No reservations can be made, availability on the first come first serve basis.

Cash only!


Festival Guidelines

* It is not allowed to bring alcohol to the festival grounds!
* Dogs are allowed as long as they are friendly and on a leash.
* Let’s protect the environment! Please, take trash and bottles to the assigned bins!
* Taking pictures is allowed.
* Let’s take good care of each other; let’s be friendly and considerate of others!

NB! The festival gate opens 1 hour before the first concert begins. Friday at 14.00 and Saturday at 13.00.

Attractions in Põlva County