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Art hotel Pallas is a three star, superior hotel that offers comfortable accommodation in the downtown of Tartu at affordable rates. You will be enchanted by the excellent location, modernist glass facade and interior design, inspired by the works of the artists from the Pallas School. The hotel is offering a view of the busiest quarter of Tartu town centre or a peaceful courtyard. 


Accommodation includes:

  • Breakfast buffet
  • Around the clock reception and room service
  • Free computer and Internet access for our customers is available in the lobby
  • Free wifi everywhere in the hotel
  • Luggage storage facility at the hotel reception desk
  • Free city maps available at the hotel reception desk
  • Umbrellas available upon request
  • Parking is subject to availability of free parking spaces in the parking area behind the hotel; entry via Soola Street. Parking cards available at the hotel reception desk.


Located on the border of Tartu, Raadimõisa Hotell is in a quiet area. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi, cable TV and private bathroom facilities. Free private parking is available. The rooms of the Raadimõisa Hotell feature a classic interior décor and are painted in warm pastel colours with wooden decorations and furniture. Each one includes a work desk and a balcony. Guests can relax in a sauna. The Raadimõisa restaurant serves European cuisine. The centre of Tartu is a 4-minute car drive away. The hotel is just by Raadimõisa estate which consists of Lake Raadi, Manor Park and Raadimõisa mansion.

Location: Mõisavärava 1 Vahi alev Tartu vald 60534 Tartumaa

Accommodation includes:
  • Breakfast buffet
  • 24-hour reception
  • Free wifi
  • Free parking
  • Free city maps available at the hotel reception desk


The Estonian National Museum was founded in Tartu in 1909 on the initiative and with the support of the nation – with the task to protect and develop the history and culture of Estonia. As in many other European countries, primary importance was attached to preserving the old, fading peasant culture. Also considered essential was gathering and looking after artefacts contributing to better understanding of cultural development, archaeological findings, old coins, books, manuscripts and historical records.

Today, Estonian National Museum preserves the feeling of continuity and tradition. The museum is the generator and developer of cultural dialogue which links the past and the future. ENM`s role as a centre of ethnological research is to record, study and interpret culture as a way of life, taking into account its periodical, spatial and social diversity. The Museum's function as a contemporary cultural and tourist centre is to show our culture`s uniqueness and primeval power of creation to every Estonian and visitor.