This sleepy little town, 35km north of Tartu, is a major drawcard for Estonian tourists due to its role as the setting for Oskar Luts' coming-of-age novel Kevade (Spring) and, even more so, as the location for the 1969 movie adaptation of the same. Trotted out every year for a television re-run at Christmas, it's unquestionably the nation's favourite family flick. Even if Spring has passed you by, Palamuse makes for a pleasantly rural pit-stop.
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