Perched on the top of Toomemägi hill, the imposing 13th century Toomkirik Cathedral overlooks Tartu providing a bird's eye view of the city and its numerous attractions that include historic buildings, idyllic parks, the lovely Emajõgi riverTartu hotels and museums. If you are planning a visit, find the perfect Tartu hotel for you with great member benefits by booking exclusively with HotelClub.
Located at the heart of Estonia, Tartu is the country's second largest city and widely regarded as its intellectual capital, is home to the venerable Tartu University, Estonia's oldest. The institution's main building, lined with Corinthian columns that gives it an ancient Greek air, dates back to 1803. The university was founded in the 17th century by the Swedish King Gustaf Adolf II.
Visit Tartu museums- it has quite a few for a town its size. See its ancient history at the Kadriorg Palace around since the 18th century and boasts a mishmash of architectural styles. Delve into its history and art roots at the Estonian Art Museum or the sombre KGB Cells Museum. The 14th century St. Peter and Paul Cathedral houses several works of art, including works by local Baltic German Carl Friedrich Sigismund Walther and a glimpse inside and into history is inspiring. The lush Botanical Gardens, home to over 6500 plant species is worth a visit.
Suitable for business trips and vacation stays, Hotel Tartu is a contemporary base offering cosy accommodations and budget-friendly rates in the heart of Tartu, Estonia. Apart from viewing the... More
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