12.12.2019Member of the European Union Affairs Committee Keit Pentus-Rosimannus is taking part in a high-level climate policy panel in Madrid, where she will present options for introducing Estonia’s technological solutions for the benefit of achieving climate neutrality, and debate with the Vice President of the European Commission Frans Timmermans.
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The Riigikogu and Toompea Castle are open to the public all year round. You can visit the sittings, the Castle and the art exhibitions, and take a guided tour (incl. within an educational programme) free of charge.
Tour guides conduct fascinating tours of the parliament for both groups and individual visitors. You need to register for tours. No booking is required for visiting the exhibitions and plenary sittings, which can be followed from the guest balcony.
In addition to this, the Riigikogu celebrates the anniversary of the Estonian Constituent Assembly with an Open House every April. You are very welcome!