Here you’ll find 16 artisans’ studios set around St Anthony’s Courtyard, where local craftspeople make ceramics, stained glass, jewellery, textiles, woodcarvings, dolls etc. It’s well worth a visit.
Near the bus station, locals come here seeking fresh flowers, cheap clothes, nonbranded sunglasses and other bargains.
On the side of Toomägi, next to Tartu's version of the Addams Family house, this sweet, small store sells handmade dolls and toys for the young and young-at-heart.
Stocks a great selection of books, along with university T-shirts, ties, scarves and mugs.
Tartu's biggest and flashest shopping centre has as its anchor tenant a branch of Tallinn's Kaubamaja department store. Expect plenty of top fashion and much more.
A big, glitzy mall with a Rimi supermarket on the bottom floor, a cinema multiplex on the top and a branch of the excellent Rahva Raamat bookstore chain in between.