Tartu Bus Station

The Tartu bus station is located a quarter of an hour’s walk from the city center on Soola Street. In close proximity to the bus station you can find Tasku shopping center and Cinamon cinema. In appearance, the bus station looks like a regular platform with a canopy, under which you can shelter from rain and snow.

Description of the Tartu bus station

For the convenience of passengers waiting for their buses at the station there is a small waiting room. You can buy tickets for suburban routes, as well as for buses of internal and long-distance lines. The platforms of the bus station are numbered and if you need to go to other Estonian cities, you should wait for transport at platform 1.

In the building of the bus station in Tartu there is a large information board, which shows the departure time of the nearest buses. Here you can also find ticket offices, where you can buy tickets for intra-republican buses.

Ticket control is done at the moment of boarding the bus. Ticket must be presented at the entrance either to the driver or stewardess. According to current rules, first in the cabin are those who have purchased a ticket in advance, and only then those who want to buy a ticket from the driver.

Bus Station on the map of Tartu

Address of the bus station in Tartu:
Soola 2, Tartu

Routes and destinations

As Tartu plays an important role in Estonian life, the city is directly connected to all major settlements of the country. From here you can easily get to Tallinn, Narva, Pärnu, Viljandi, Jõhvi and many other parts of the country. In addition, from Tartu buses go to Riga, St. Petersburg, Pskov.

What is nearby?

Not far from the Tartu bus station there are such important tourist sites as Aura Water Park and Ahhaa Science and Entertainment Center. The Emajõgi River promenade is also not too far away, and Town Hall Square is a short walk away. While waiting for the bus, passengers can grab a bite to eat in one of the many cafes located in the surrounding shopping centers.