The true charm of Tartu reveals itself when you go off-road, discovering unique neighbourhoods filled with street art and authentic early-20th century wooden architecture.
Tallinn’s Telliskivi Creative City truly resembles an illustrated book! The former railway factory and meaningful stories of the artworks deserve to be discovered.
What our customers say
The tour was nicely constructed, we started off at the very entrance of Telliskivi and moved from one place to another at a great pace, without losing any focus or concentration during the process. Our guide, Hannariin, told us about the history and artistic meaning behind each and every art piece we visited, nurturing us with interesting behind-the-scenes details about how the paintings came to be. The guide was confident and very aware of what she was talking about and was not hesitant about answering any questions presented to her. The tour also included and interesting overview of Telliskivi's history and how it started its (now famous) street art showcase. Our guide also utilized her own self-brought before and after pictures of Telliskivi's streets before its national and international artists took over and covered the entire district with numerous different art pieces.
Overall a highly enjoyable and insightful experience into the world of Telliskivi, a place that has developed a strong sense of respect towards its ever growing street art subculture.
It is one of the best ways how to get to know and understand Tartu way better.
This tour made me fall in love to Tartu once again!
Super découverte du street art dans le quartier de Karlova de Tartu avec Salmé la pétillante et passionnée qui laissera un beau graffiti sur nos souvenirs de L’Estonie. À noter que Salmé nous a fait la visite dans un excellent Français.