If you are using GPS then please find our location using “Raudsilla Entertainment Complex” or Raudsilla Matkakeskus.
Take Peterburi maantee (highway) and turn at Loksa intersection towards Loksa. Take the second road on the left towards Kolga manor. After the manor house follow the road for about 1,3 km. Turn right when you see Raudsilla sign. Follow the road for 1,4 km.
You can take a bus from Tallinn to Kolga.
See the timetable here: http://peatus.ee/#route_search;A922;5405/eng – make sure that you choose a right date and then click SEARCH.
To see the location of bus stops click “Map”.
When arriving at Kolga, take a nice hike to Raudsilla (about 3 km). Take the direction to Pudisoo – towards Kolga manor, down the hill. Follow the road for about 1,3 km. Turn right when you see Raudsilla sign. Follow the road for 1,4 km.
Several car rental companies operate at Tallinn Airport. See more: https://www.tallinn-airport.ee/en/transport/car-hire/
The three-day pass includes the opportunity to set up one’s tent in the Raudsilla camping area.
Should you prefer to leave your tent at home and wish to stay somewhere more comfortable, you might want to consider the nearest guesthouse Annenhof Holiday House (5 kilometres from Raudsilla). See more here!
Raudsilla Entertainment Centre is unique in the Orient as it is situated in Esonia’s largest national park, on the verge of a nature reserve, in the bottom of an ancient river bank on the grounds of ancient human settlement near the banks of an ancient sea on the banks of today’s Pärlioja where pearls can be found. All this is complemented by the centre, which has been built keeping in mind ancient traditions. It encompasses beautiful and simple constructions that stand in unison with nature – tepees, log houses, earth caves. This is how we, as the first and eldest people who arrived in the Orient in the end of the Ice Age, have been living in Europe for 12 000 years .
Raudsilla is more than a meeting place – for us, our brothers, and for all peoples who hold Nature dear it is the perfect pace for spiritual wellbeing.