Holidays to Tartu

Estonia
Dreaming of a trip to Estonia? Tartu has everything you need for a great holiday. You could visit University of Tartu, or how about spending an afternoon at Town Hall Square? Better still, it doesn't need to cost you the world. We compare hundreds of flight and hotel options to …

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How to get to Tartu

Here's what you need to know about getting to Tartu. You can see the cheapest month to fly and a snapshot of flight prices for the following month. Also, don't forget to factor in your travelling time - the typical flight from London Heathrow to Tartu takes 5 hours, 35 minutes.

Things to see and do in Tartu

Max Hodge | Trip by SkyscannerUniversity of Tartu
University of Tartu
dungodung | FlickrTown Hall Square
Town Hall Square
Eesti.pl | FlickrTartu Toy Museum
Tartu Toy Museum
Jaak Treiman | Trip by SkyscannerTartu University Botanical Garden
Tartu University Botanical Garden
decade_null | FlickrKissing Students Fountain
Kissing Students Fountain
Falling Outside The Normal Moral Constraints | FlickrTartu Art Museum
Tartu Art Museum
Max Hodge | Trip by SkyscannerFather and Son' sculpture
Father and Son' sculpture
infomatique | FlickrSt. John's Church
St. John's Church

Reviews of Tartu

Jaak Treiman
Jaak TreimanLos Angeles
14/10/2012

Tartu is a university town, home to Estonia's national university, Tartu University, which was established in 1632, making it one of northern Europe's oldest universities. The town has university buildings scattered throughout and a beautiful river alongside it. By Estonian standards it is a large town but it is still small enough to explore on foot.

Francis Tapon
Francis TaponSan Francisco
13/12/2010

When you're here, make sure you Estonia’s most beloved signature food: kama. Although Finns also eat kama (they call it talkkuna), it’s impossible to find kama anywhere else on this planet. Kama is a finely milled powder made of roasted barley, oats, peas, and rye. Imagine bread crumbs put through a coffee grinder—that’s similar to kama. We ate it in the traditional way: we swirled it in some kefir. It’s not sweet, although some like to add sugar to it. I ate it with yogurt almost every day in Estonia.

Jack Stones
Jack Stones
23/11/2018

the old soviet human biology museum. lots of bits of bodies in jars!

Merili Rammo
Merili Rammo
22/06/2012

my homecity ,so many things to do

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