Vikerkaare Guesthouse

Address: Vikerkaare 40, Tartu, 51006 , Estonia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Vikerkaare 40, Tartu, is near Old City, Tartu University, Tartu Toy Museum, and Alatskivi Castle (vald).
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    Travel Blogs from Tartu

    Barging my way through Tartu

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... For today is free day in the museum". I had to laugh at that. Housed in a restored 18th century manor house, the museum details the history of the city, including a range of archaeological artefacts found in the town, the most interesting of which was the 10th century horde of Arabic dirhams. Just goes to show how connected the world was even back then. The museum itself was quite small but detailed the history of the city nicely.

    I had heard about ...


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jul 23, 2014

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    ... for the Gunpowder Cellar, an old storage place for explosives. A bit of blog drafting, downloading pix, a shower ie the usual stuff.

    The Robber wanted more of our time, worrying about why his wifi would not work. Off soon enough, shepherdess Simona with her flock minus Yank Ellen [she of looks like death warmed over fame]. Simona pointed out the local McDonald's as a reference point, joking anybody who ate there is off the tour.

    Not ...

    Another exciting day

    A travel blog entry by erikale91 on Feb 14, 2013

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    ... that Neil around 1 then headed to bed. Yesterday was another day in Tartu, enjoying the long walking distances - at least a half a mile to the nearest anything, the cold weather, and the crazy рынка (market in Russian). I went to class at 12:15, it was my new Russian class, perfect level and everything I felt really good about it, then the teacher announced that there were only three people in the class and it will probably be dropped because there ...

    A Tale of Two Beers

    A travel blog entry by alexandra_day on Sep 15, 2011

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    One cannot go to any café, restaurant, or eatery without seeing the (tasteful) table umbrellas sporting the words "Saku" or "A. Le Coq." These are the two beers of Estonia and one or the other are served nearly everywhere.

    Much like Coke and Pepsi are in the US, Saku and A. Le. Coq sponsor eating establishments so they will only have one or the other. Where you would hear "Is Pepsi okay?", here you hear "we only ...

    You Know You're From Estonia When...

    A travel blog entry by seanpauley on May 25, 2010


    ... stuff...
    139. You have at least once had to explain people when being abroad that No, Estonia is not as cold as Siberia and No, ice hockey is not the most popular sport in Estonia, cause we actually do not have ice all year around.
    140.You wear small reflecting accessoires on your clothes during winter.
    141.You say to a foreigner "Sure! I'll help you learn the Estonian
    language!", and then you disappear...
    142. Most of your friends and/or their parents ...