Sat, 12 July from 10h to 19h
Sun, 13 July from 10h to 18h
Over four hundred merchants find their way to Tartu to sell handicraft, sweets and food, and introduce medieval handicraft activities. You can purchase jewellery, scarves, painted porcelain, knitted hats, handmade natural soaps and paintings directly from the artists.
Hansamarket starts at the edge of Riia St., continues to Küüni St., extends to Town Hall Square and makes its way to St. John’s Church and St. Anthony’s Courtyard along Rüütli St. The market also lies in Uueturu and Kaubahoovi Parks.
In numerous eateries on Poe St., Town Hall Square, Küütri St. and Rüütli St. you have the opportunity to enjoy different cuisines. Farmer’s Market (on the corner of Küüni St. and Uue-Turu St.) offers fresh honey, both fermented and fresh vegetables, berries, peas, organic farming products, herbs and sea buckthorn products, elk meat sausage, different kinds of cheese and organic cosmetics.
The children’s area of Hansamarket lies in the Kaubahall Park and invites all children to play, jump and have fun! Hansamarket binds the different eras into one big celebration of times, towns, cultures and trading, making Tartu Hanseatic Days burst with jamboree and joy.