The very best and common way to explore the city and get from point A to B is using a bicycle. There are plenty of opportunities. The newest system is Bike sharing. There are approx. 70 bike share stations around the city. 500 of them are electronic and 250 regular. You just need to purchase a season ticket ( one day, week, etc) – Anu Must, Hear it From Locals
Tartu has four distinctive seasons, and while all seasons show the town from a new angle, the autumn foliage is especially beautiful in Tartu. A number of handicraft and design fairs are regularly held during the warmer months of spring and summer.
Discover the city during spring time when everything is blooming. In Spring you can visit the annual traditional spring fair, where you will find numerous Estonian handicrafts, decorative plants, gardening stuff and also local food. – A.M.
Three must-visit places in Tartu