Photo by Arne AderEstonia is known as a forest country and this conference will demonstrate the deepest truth of that statement. We will literally hold our workshops amidst mighty woodlands. Forests actually cover half of our territory (and 22% of it is wildlife preserves). We also like our home to be clean and 4th best urban air quality in the world make Estonia a great place to visit or live.

The social program is there to show you how exotic a European country can be!

See the venues (click)!



18.00 – departure to Seto Talu (Setomaa farmstead) for dinner

On our way we will stop at several sacred places from ancient times which are still held in high esteem by the Seto people. Be prepared for surprises!

19.00 – arrival at Seto farmstead and local welcome drinks

Dinner with local delicacies accompanied by Seto Bards – you may wish to join their singing.

Dress code: warm and cozy



19.00 – departure for conference dinner at Haanjamehe Talu (Haanjamehe Farm)

Be prepared for some rough ride through the forest

Welcome with a local warm-up drink

Võro traditional food

Dress code: warm and cozy

The NCPC2017 is sponsored by European Union European Regional Development Fund (24970,40  EUR). In addition to our scientific agenda, the project also aims to introduce parts of Estonia and Estonian culture that are harder to reach, yet worthy of doing so.