Tampere Maja

Address: Jaani 4, Tartu, Estonia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jaani 4, Tartu, is near Old City, Tartu University, Tartu Toy Museum, and Alatskivi Castle (vald).
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    Travel Blogs from Tartu

    Tartu, monument-mad

    A travel blog entry by rhiannonpurple on Jun 08, 2015

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... think I'll leave it for now, thanks.

  • Tartu will also stick in my memory, I think, as the place on my trip when I decided on the date I'd return home. Hard as it was to say goodbye to Gary, I'm happy to report that I have dropped back into the contented solo traveller vibe again and will continue with my plans to see places in the Baltic trio of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. I spent about an hour this morning researching routes, bus timetables (little chance ...

  • Barging my way through Tartu

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Aug 29, 2014

    14 photos

    ... way back to the city centre. By now it was mid-afternoon so I went and grabbed a coffee at the Werner café. I sat and read for a while before heading back to the hostel. I badly needed to do my washing and I managed to catch the washing machine while it was free. That was another reason why I came to this hostel.

    I wrote out some postcards and sent them off at the post office before taking a stroll up on Toomemagi hill. My wanderings took me to the sacrificial stone. Before ...

    On the road again....

    A travel blog entry by carallan on Jun 25, 2014

    17 photos

    ... found a camping spot about 10 kms out of Tartu, however, it was the strangest camp site we'd ever stayed at. Seemed like it was geared towards functions, and only had camping as an aside, as there were no taps for water, no washing up area, no kitchen other than a "grill house", and only one male toilet and one female toilet. They also wanted 3 euros each for a shower. We figured we could go without a shower for one night at that price! Apart from that, the place ...

    The adventure continues

    A travel blog entry by erikale91 on Feb 12, 2013

    ... interesting. Then we also had a plate of various sausages. Once of which was chorizo (Mexican sausage) next week I think the Italians will cook and I'm sure they will make a sort of pasta. After we ate, we all sat around talking. It was really nice to get to know the girls and become for comfortable with them all. We all get along really well. They are like my family here. So it's nice. We talked about our countries, majors, family, boyfriends, and why we are at Tartu. ...

    Lake Peipsi and the Russian Village

    A travel blog entry by alexandra_day on Sep 03, 2011

    2 photos

    ... actually an "Old Believers'" village. When the Orthodox Church reformed the "Old Believers" split from the new church. Some near Lake Peipsi crossed the lake and established communities on the Estonian side of the lake.The community truly felt like a Russian town; I forgot I was in Estonia.

    Well, inevitably the rain came and we hopped on a bus home to finish the day a bit early. The lake was very pretty and I hope we will be able to visit it ...