Villa Margaretha

Address: Tahe 11/13, Tartu, 50108, Estonia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Tahe 11/13, Tartu, is near Old City, Tartu University, Tartu Toy Museum, and Alatskivi Castle (vald).
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    Travel Blogs from Tartu

    Being in Tartu

    A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on May 13, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... are a lot more bicycles than we've seen anywhere else. Tartu is a city of statues and monuments, mostly to people who were academics, or helped found the Estonian national consciousness (as they put it). Lots of the statues are standard 'of people' but there's various sculptures too, of two kissing students under a brolly, of a man and his 1 1/2 yr old son holding hands, except they are exactly the same size. We've had ...

    Going to university

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Aug 28, 2014

    12 photos

    ... a good range of ancient Greek and Roman sculptures (as well as a real Egyptian mummy of a child, which was a tad creepy). I was a bit disappointed to just be seeing plaster reproductions in the museum, until I read later that the university did have the originals but the Soviets put them into safe keeping conveniently in the middle of Russia during World War 1 and have never given them back.

    The university building also contains a very curious room in the attic: the old ...

    No Room at the Inn

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 05, 2014

    ... of pastry. They were tasty and Ally was chuffed as always to get Cat's meat! Across the river is the main square and here we were surprised to find some traditional Estonian dancers on a stage. We stopped to watch for a while but weren't completely taken with it. A lot of it was quite slow and simple, but we supposed that's probably what people think when they watch Scottish traditional dancing! Then it was on to St John's Church which we noticed is built squint! Either that ...

    Follow up

    A travel blog entry by erikale91 on Feb 07, 2013

    ... arrived to the dorm and went to the front desk like previously instructed by my Isep instructor. I paid my 50€ to obtain my room key. I was excited to meet my roommates. After climbing four flights of stairs (the lift looked super sketchy) I had arrived to what would be my home for the next 6 months. I was met by the Brave character and a Spaniard that spoke very little English. They were nice, and welcoming. It smelled of Italian food and I knew something wasn't right...I ...

    Tartu do you think you are?

    A travel blog entry by alexandra_day on Aug 24, 2011

    5 photos

    ... aren't all that different but I feel things get less different the more I travel. (Did I mention everyone should travel? All the Europeans are doing it!).

    As I mentioned the city center is very beautiful. The most famous part of it is the "Kissing Students" Statue. Around the statue sits the typical beautiful European buildings. One of the unique buildings is the "Pisa of Tartu," ...