Are you looking for a centrally located accommodation in Tartu? Then, the hotel Pallas could be the right choice. The city centre is characterised by a mixture of historic and modern buildings and only a few steps away from the hotel. Within 20 walking minutes, you will arrive at the train station.
Scenically situated close to the shores of the Emajogi River in Tartu, the Aleksandri hotel invites its guests to explore the city’s many facets. Guests may visit the historical city centre, the Cathedral Ruins, or the Vanemuine Theatre. The main station is located 2.5 kilometres away.
The Hotel London is ideally located in the heart of Tartu Old Town, within walking distance from the Town Hall Square with its numerous restaurants and cafés, the main building of the Tartu University, the romantic Toome Hill and the impressive St. John’s Church. In less than 600 metres’ distance, the Botanical Garden can be found.
The Hansa Hotell is ideally located in the south-east of Tartu, less than 2 kilometres from the historic city centre. A visit of Estonia’s oldest university, the impressive town hall and the Lutheran St. John’s Church is highly recommended. Tartu Airport is only 10 kilometres from the hotel.
Thanks to its central location in Tartu, the hotel is the ideal base to explore the city. The University of Tartu can be reached in a 15 minutes’ walk and the Estonian National Museum is located 1.5 kilometres from the hotel. In 50 minutes, the coast can be reached by car.
With its favourable location in the city centre of Tartu and overlooking the Emajogi River, the hotel Dorpat is the perfect starting point for sightseeing and shopping tours. Guests can reach the historic city centre in a 15 minutes’ stroll and Tartu main station is located 2 kilometres away.
The hotel Antonius is situated in Estonia’s second biggest city Tartu close the medieval St. John’s Church and the renowned University of Tartu. Due to the hotel’s convenient location, the historical old town can easily be explored on foot. In close vicinity, restaurants, shops and parks as well as the Estonian National Museum can be found.