The girls’ first stop was the Upside Down House (Tagurpidimaja in Estonian). Next, they visited the Estonian National Museum to see how Estonians have lived throughout history. The day wrapped up with some relaxation at V Spa and dinner at Restaurant Aparaat at the Aparaarditehas Creative City.
Upside Down House
Estonian National Museum
V Spa & Conference Hotel
Aparaaditehas Creative City
Ah! See, the shoes are upside down! Oh wow, this is cool! This really is the Estonian way of living.
The day began with an exciting pyrotechnic show at AHHAA Science Centre, followed by lunch at Restaurant Polpo, housed in a building dating back to the 16th century.
AHHAA Science Centre
Tartu Town Hall Square
TV journalist and blogger Kristine Virsnite came to the country’s second largest city to get a taste of the #EstonianWay of living. The mom of two from Riga, Latvia is instilling a love of adventure in her kids. She documents her family travels and much more on her lifestyle and travel blog Wandering ever after.