2 Dec 2020 - 3 Dec 2020
2 adults - 1 room
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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.
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.
the old soviet human biology museum. lots of bits of bodies in jars!
my homecity ,so many things to do