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- It is VERY VERY cool. I ran into a mirror tho and hit my head. I don’t my name but i will google it. Don’t go to the macdonald’s next to it. The food there tasted like poop and I waited for it 30 minutesWritten 9 June 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Nice old city full of historical buildings and places. Amazing churches, beautiful streets, green parks. Clean, friendly and compact city.Written 2 August 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We went to see 2 art exhibitions there, but took a time to look also on the main exhibition. Very interactive, but not so easy discover. Found several interesting things, I did not know. As it included also some more modern times, got some nostalgic memories.
Don't miss the lunch in the cafeteria. One of the best lunches in Tartu. Impressive menu.Written 31 July 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The guided tour was very informative and nice, and to make paper and print yourself is making the tour completeWritten 27 July 2022
- Quiet relaxing garden perfect for a meditation retreat from the city and yet so close to it. It's especially beautiful in summer when the weather is sunny and the flowers are blooming.Written 6 June 2022
- It will definitely be interesting for parents to look for their toys.
Hopefully the whole thing will increase even more, because I didn't find any of my dolls, probably the selection of dolls was quite large back then.
The child had also interesting time there, he thought that the children back of the old times had more interesting games.
I would invite everyone who has old toys at home to donate them to the museum. There were also newer toys and playrooms for smaller ones which are a good idea.Written 17 August 2021
- Nice. Everyone remembers young days, first love, nice girl, romantic days and nights. Always good to be a student in all countriesWritten 2 August 2022
- Interesting experience - was fun for all family :)
Something new for us.
Don’t need a lot of time for visiting this house.Written 17 March 2022
- The neoclassical main building is a prominent landmark in Tartu, which is known as the intellectual capital of Estonia.
The university itself dates back to 1632 and is now located across the city. The main museum is located in the park, but the main building has a small museum with plaster casts of classical statues, paintings of the university and a few Egyptian artefacts while along the corridor are prints by Durer and other artists.
When a guide is available, you can apparently visit the student cells at the top of the building.
As one side of the main building there is a photographic project with members of the academic community looking out onto the street.Written 17 September 2019
- Grab a pair of skates for €3 and hop on a free rink for a hour. Don't expect high-speed sporting, tho :pWritten 25 January 2021
- A. Le Coq Beer Museum has gone trough a full renovation process and is now called experience centre Beer World.
A visit to the Beer World is an amazing trip through time, which takes you back more than 12,000 years to the roots of beer culture. During the exciting and interactive journey, you can enjoy authentic experiences, aromas and tastes, and listen to fascinating legends and memories. You will gain new knowledge of beer history and beer types, see interesting equipment and one of the oldest preserved beers in the world. The journey introduces the proud history of A. Le Coq that dates back more than 200 years alongside the history of beer city Tartu. During your visit, you will also learn how beer was made in the past and how it is brewed today.Written 7 April 2022
- Located in a park, this unusual sculpture by Ulo Oun portrays himself and his 18 month old son, but of equal height. Different people have given it different meanings, but one is that it represents the changing periods in the father son-relationship through life.
One of several statues worth exploring in the centre.Written 17 September 2019
- A place of full and rich history, ravaged by wars and people. These wall stand still and welcomes tourist, local and foreign. For a cheap ticket you can climp up to the towers and see the whole city on your paws. With landmarks and historical sights marked and explained in English a visitor can easy see and learn about the city. The towers are open during the summer season so dont be late. Once up there you see how much green is in the city. It is due to the bombing of ww2 era. Most of the city was built of wooden houses and during the war the whole city was burned down.Written 6 November 2019
- Huge sculpture pig in front of the covered market. Guess the pig escaped from the butcher! Very fun!Written 21 August 2020
- This is an automatic "included" if you visit the former cathedral/library, now the university museum. Well set-up and maintained place, nice to walk. The only "but", apart from the rain, are the cobblestones - so ladies, wear flat shoes and all, wear comfortable shoes.Written 10 May 2019
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