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190 km south-east from Tallinn, the oldest (first mentioned in 1030) and the second biggest town located in the central part of Estonia, famous for one of the oldest universities in Europe.

The Old Town with a neo-classical Town Hall (17th century);
Tartu University (founded 1632 by Gustaf II Adolf, the King of Sweden) with its Corinthian columns;
St. John’s Church (1330);
Toomemägi – the green heart of Tartu with picturesque ruins of Dome Church
Museum of the History of Tartu University;
Estonian National Museum opened in 2016
“Kissing hill”, Devil’s Bridge and Angel’s Bridge
200 Years of Science: Renovated Tartu Old Observatory opened doors as a modern museum to visitors of all ages.

Sightseeing options
Walking tour – 2 hrs

Visit Tartu homepage http://www.tartu.ee