Parking in Tartu
Alternately you can opt for a private paid lot at Tartu Kaubamaja or the Tasku Centre. Both are reasonably priced and centrally located.
Public transportBuy a single-use ticket from the bus driver for €1.50, or, if you're going to be riding frequently, go to a kiosk and pay €2 for an electronic bus pass card or sticker, which you then load with credit. Be sure to validate your pass once on board or risk a hefty fine if an inspector catches you. The cards automatically give you the cheapest rate, be it a single ride (€0.83), a 1-hour ticket (€0.96), a 1-day ticket (€2.11) or a 10-day ticket (€7.03).
TaxisTaxis typically charge a starting fee and begin racking up the kilometre charges immediately. Note that the second (short) telephone numbers listed here will work from all Estonian fixed and mobile lines, but if you're calling from a foreign mobile, you need to dial the regular seven-digit number.
- Dorpat Takso
- Meie Takso
- SV Takso
- Takso 1
- Tartu Taksod
- Tartu Taksopark
- Taxify (mobile taxi ordering app)
- Vatex Takso