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15.02 - 16.02.2025

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  • Bus transportation

    OFFICIAL SHUTTLE BUSES ON 15.02 and 16.02 FROM TARTU AND ELVA TO THE STARTS AND BACK. 

     

    The Organizer has organised special shuttle buses from Tartu and the finish parking lot in Elva to the start locations in Otepää and Arula, and later back to Tartu and start locations.

     

    Rides on the special shuttle buses are available for a fee. A seat on the bus is only quaranteed when you have a ticket from pre-sale. A bus ticket to start is valid also for the return ride, do not lose it! It is also possible to buy a ticket for the after-finish ride only. After the finish buses leave from the finish parking lot to Tartu and start areas according to fulfillment. The final stop in Tartu is the parking lot in front of the theatre Vanemuine.

     

    A 1-DAY TICKET COSTS 6 EUR FROM PRE-SALE, 10 EUR ON THE BUSES.

     

    Ticket sale opens 2 weeks before the event.

  • Parking

    Parking in the parking lots of Tehvandi stadium is free. Parking in the 31 km start (Arula) and service points is free. Follow the directions of traffic officers.

     

    To park in the finish parking lots (Elva) a parking permit must be bought. It costs 6 € from pre-sale and 10 € on site

     

    Ticket sale opens 2 weeks before the event.

     

    Parking permit bought from pre-sale includes a bus ride to the start for all passengers in the car. Park your car in the finish area and have a comfortable ride to the start!

     

    Finish car park (PDF)

     

  • Getting to Tartu Maraton

    By plane: Tallinn international airport, 185 km from Tartu, is most common. Riga Airport is also usual choice for traveling to Tartu as driving here takes only 3,5 hours.
     

    By train: Several times a day between Tallinn and Tartu. See more: https://www.elron.ee/en/soiduinfo/soiduplaanid
     

    By bus: Buses form Tallinn airport leave every 30 minutes and take you to Tartu in 2,5 hours, some buses go directly to Otepää. There is bus connection between Tartu-Otepää-Elva. See more: https://www.tpilet.ee/en/

    Bus schedule Riga (Airport) - Tartu is available here: https://luxexpress.eu/en/routes/riga-tartu/

     

    By car: Race centre (bib pick up location) situates in Tartu and it is well approachable by car. In the race day there are traffic jams at the start and finish areas, so please arrive early to avoid stress. Finish area parking is paid.
     

    By ferry: You can also travel by ferry from Helsinki or Stockholm to Tallinn, and take a train or bus from there to Tartu.


    Distances:

    Distance between Tartu and start place Otepää is 42 km, between Tartu and finish area Elva is 25 km. The organizers offer a bus transport from Tartu to the start (Otepää) on the morning of the race day, and transport from the finish to Tartu and Otepää.

  • What to see & do

    ESTONIA

    Estonia is the smallest and the northenmost country of the Baltic States. Covering  45,227 km2, the state is slihgtly bigger than Denmark, Netherlands, B

    elgium and Switzerland. There are 1,3 million inhabitants and the official language is Estonian. 

     

    Estonia is perfect for active holiday – ca 50 % covered with forest, over 2000 lakes, over 1500 islands, numerous national parks and nature reserves. On the other hand – it is a very modern country with WiFi almost everywere. 

     

    More info: visitestonia.com

     

    TARTU - THE CAPITAL OF SOUTH ESTONIA

    Tartu, with its population of around 100,000 in an area of 154 square kilometers, is the heart of South-Estonia and the second largest city in Estonia. The first written records of Tartu date from 1030, making it the oldest city in the Baltic States.

     

    Tartu has all the best of the globally new but with the local advantage – the costs are lower, security is higher, and the air is cleaner than in Tallinn, Helsinki or New York. The city successfully combines modern infrastructure and facilities with a green and friendly environment.

     

    At every corner in Tartu, there are concert venues, exhibition halls, theatres, churches, museums, and charming little cafés as well as various pubs and restaurants. An inseparable part of the city is its students who comprise around a quarter of the population and generate a lot of fun and energy.

     

    In 2024 Tartu will be the European Capital of Culture.

     

    Find the most exciting places and events to visit on visittartu.com
    Explore the whole South-Estonian region HERE

     

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