Fronted by six Doric columns, the impressive main building of the university was built between 1803 and 1809. The university itself was...
University Art Museum
The collection comprises mainly plaster casts of ancient Greek sculptures made in Europe in the 1860s and 1870s, along with an Egyptian...
Tsink Plekk Pang
Behind Tartu’s funkiest facade (look for the stripy paintwork) and set over three floors is this cool Asian-flavoured restaurant-lounge....
Tartu’s most upmarket restaurant is within the romantic, candlelit nooks and crannies of the Antonius Hotel’s vaulted cellar, which...
Student's Lock-Up information
With its walls covered in its original graffiti, this is where 19th-century students were held in solitary confinement for various infractions. Back then, if you failed to return library books on time, you’d net two days in the attic; insulting a lady, four days; insulting a (more sensitive?) cloakroom attendant, five days; duelling, up to three weeks.