Posted by: Bob Fisher | May 19, 2009

This just in … from Tartu, Estonia

From personal experience, I can tell you that Estonia is one the freshest, most welcoming, and youthful “new” destinations in Europe. And the city of Tartu, the nation’s second largest city (after the capital Tallinn) and an intellectual and cultural centre (it is home to Estonia’s oldest and most renowned university), is an especially delightful travel experience unto itself.

So without further ado, here’s the latest from Tartu, Estonia!


The university town of Estonia — Tartu — is developing every day, and not only in the field of science. Our wish is to become a more and more attractive destination for tourists as well. Therefore, I would like to inform you about recent innovations that have been carried out here int he oldest town of the Baltic countries.

Clicking on one of the links below, you will firstly find information about the renewals that have taken place in Taru and in the surroundings of the town. For example, our Aviation museum has two new aircraft. Also, several new cafés and restaurants have opened. For travellers wondering where to spend New Year’s Evev, many of our hotels have prepared different New Year’s packages among which everyone can find the suitable way for greeting the year 2009.

Here are the main events in Tartu in 2009.

See you in Tartu, the city of positive thoughts!

Maarja Ojamaa
Marketing Specialist
Tartu City Tourism Foundation

A Travelosophy post scriptum

For more information on Estonia, see Videomemories of Estonia.

Here you will also find the best pub in Estonia. Where? In Tartu of course!


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