Nestled in the heart of Estonia, the city of Tartu is a charming destination that combines history, culture, and modern innovation. Known as the “City of Good Thoughts,” Tartu is a hub for intellectual and cultural pursuits, with a vibrant arts scene and a rich academic tradition.
Home of culture
Tartu’s Old Town is a treasure trove of medieval architecture, with winding cobblestone streets and historic buildings that date back to the 13th century. The city is also home to several museums and cultural institutions, including the Tartu Art Museum and the Estonian National Museum, which showcase the best of Estonian art, history, and culture.
Within a radius of 1 km
- University of Tartu
- University of Tartu Delta building
- TÜASK – Sports building of the University of Tartu
- City Hall
- Tasku Mall
- Kvartal Mall
- TalTech University College
Hub for modern innovation and entrepreneurship
In addition to its cultural heritage, Tartu is a hub for modern innovation and entrepreneurship, with a thriving startup scene and several world-class research institutions. The city is home to the University of Tartu, one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the region, as well as the Tartu Science Park, which fosters innovation and collaboration among local businesses and entrepreneurs.
Outdoors and the natural environment
Despite its rich cultural heritage and modern innovations, Tartu is also a city that values the outdoors and the natural environment. The city is situated on the banks of the Emajõgi River and is surrounded by lush green forests and parks, providing plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation and relaxation.
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