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Tartu

Estonia's second largest town, Tartu lies 180 kilometres south from Tallinn. It is home to the country's oldest and most famous university, founded by king Gustav Adolf of Sweden in 1632. The whole town's life flows and ebbs around the university and students form a very visible and lively core of the population.

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Hiie Maja

Hiie Maja

This is a great little bed and breakfast, located a little out from the centre, but only 3 stops on the bus or 20 minutes walking. Everything is quite new and very clean, there is wifi and a computer for free use and a fridge and tea and coffee making facilities. ... more

Overall
5
Looming Hostel

Looming Hostel

we had a great stay her in looming hotel! very nice girl who runs the place! very helpful! its a very cousy place to stay ... more

Overall
5
Tartu Student Villa

Tartu Student Villa

Very funny house and friendly people! You get not breakfast, but a shop to buy is 300 meters from the house. You have an own kitchen and bathroom with laundry-machine. ... more

Overall
5

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An excellent apartment. Had everything including free internet and PC. The owner was really helpful and the location was perfect with nice bars at the end of the road.
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Hiie 10 (Map) - Hostel
This is a great little bed and breakfast, located a little out from the centre, but only 3 stops on the bus or 20 minutes walking.
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