Walking tour in Tartu

Dear participants.
We offer you the possibility to learn more about our wonderful town of Tartu.

Tartu sightseeing tour on 17.02.2018 at 14.00.-15.30. Walking tour. English language

Meet the guide at Town Hall Square at the “Kissing Students” fountain.
During the tour you will get introduced to history and culture of Tartu.
Town Hall Square, the history and main building  of Tartu University,
Dome Hill with its legends and monuments of  world famous scientists like  K.E. v. Baer (a Baltic-German naturalist), Fr. R. Faelmann (an Estonian writer and doctor), K. Morgenstern (a scholar), etc. You will see the Old Anathomical Theatre and the building of Supreme Court of Estonia. The Angel’s bridge, Devil’s bridge and Kissing Hill are the favorite places for romance lovers.
On the way back we pass St. John’s church which is famous for its terracotta sculptures.

Price of the tour 10 EUR/person.
Registration by 12.02.2018 the latest. Please send your registration to E-TURIST Ltd.
, tel +372 7441687, www.e-turist.ee

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E-TURIST REISIBÜROO Ltd.
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Swedbank Tallinn
Liivalaia 8, 15040
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Tartu Town Hall. Photo: Andres Andresen.

Ski partner

Salomon

Wax partner

Toko

Media partner

Postimees

Grand sponsors

A. Le Coq Ramirent Salvest Craft Rand & Tuulberg Enervit Eesti Pagar

Supporters

Lõunakeskus Tartu Terminal G4S Maks & Moorits EY 1182.ee Põltsamaa Löfbergs Lila Bambona Viking Line Eesti Teed

Supporters

TÜ Kliinikum Ecoprint Ehitusmeister Respo Väo Paas Mariine Auto Balbiino E-Turist GMP Clubhotel Hotell Tartu Aura Keskus

Media Partners

Ajakiri Sport AjaLeht Ajakiri Jooksja Linnaleht Tartu Ekspress Scanpix Raadio Elmar

Public Sector

Tartu Linn Eesti Kultuurikapital Hasartmängumaksu Nõukogu Kultuuriministeerium