Tours & prices

A short description of Tartu

Tartu is a South-Estonian town that is known as a gathering point of academics since the 17th century. Today it also stands out more and more for its flourishing street art scene and highly promising alternative culture. Likely to hide a surprise behind each corner, Tartu offers a lot more during an evening stroll than an average urban landscape does.

Wandering through the cozy-looking wooded neighborhoods, one may encounter more than classical urban art usually offers. A remarkable environment is created by mixture of graffiti, narrative stencil art and decorations fabricated by the locals. Including other phenomena that occur within the everyday life, for example street indications sometimes pointing towards the sky, the particularity of this unique place cannot be forgotten.



Karlova’s street art & history tour

We will start at the local cultural factory Aparaaditehas (directions below), wander through the art-filled neighborhood Karlova and stop for a quick break at the local bar Barlova. After the tour you may head back to Aparaaditehas, where you’ll find the restaurant “Aparaat”, the Estonian Printing Museum, a gallery and a 2nd hand book shop Fahrenheit 451 (see images below!).

The tour is in English and approximately 2 hours. The tour is based on tips – show the guide your appreciation!


The city center tour

During the city center tour we will explore the main attractions as well as some forgotten places. More, you will get to know interesting urban legends and tips about how to enjoy yourself in Tartu in the nice company of a talkative and always smiley guide.

The tour is in English and approximately 2 hours. The tour is based on tips – show the guide your appreciation!


FOR ALL WALKING TOURS, PLEASE SEND A MESSAGE containing the date and time you wish to take the tour. We do not run weekly tours in Tartu during the off-season (in Estonia all  seasons except summer are off-seasons :)) But we do run tours throughout the year!

Private group tours are available in Estonian, English, French and Polish. For all group bookings please contact us at or call +372 56 166 394


 Directions to Aparaaditehas:

Some photos of the most awesome bookstore in Tartu, Fahrenheit 451: