Tartu, the second largest city in Estonia, has for many centuries been held in special esteem as the country's intellectual capital. This has been assured by the presence of one of the oldest universities in Europe, but also by the more than twenty museums that can be found in the city, as well as the local observatory. No wonder some know Tartu as the 'City of Good Thoughts'. As an expat in Tartu, it can be important to get in touch with like-minded people who have experienced not only the trials and tribulations of living and working abroad, but also the fun and excitement. InterNations is a trusted online global network where you can share practical advice on living in Tartu. Or if want to meet, get in touch and simply socialize with other expats living around the world, then InterNations with its more than 1 million members and various forums as well as discussion groups is there to help.
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If you have the opportunity to move to Tartu, then InterNations is a good place to find advice and information on moving abroad. InterNations global network offers tips for expatriates moving to and working in a new country, as well as information on getting a visa, finding a new apartment to rent, or the costs of relocating to another country. Or why not browse the InterNations Expat Magazine where you can read user-contributed features on different expatriate experiences or in-house articles on such topics as culture shock? After relocating, expats in Tartu can relax and take in some of the great things the city has on offer, such as for example Toomemägi, or Toome Hill, which is set in a beautifully landscaped park. With pleasant little walks between wooded areas, this is one of the most relaxing places to go in Tartu; and from the top there are splendid views of the city.
InterNations will continue to offer you help and support once you are settled as an expatriate working in Tartu. Whether it is general information on international financial and legal matters or looking for new opportunities and jobs, InterNations will continue to be a fountain of information and networking opportunities. So get in touch with fellow expats living in Tartu or other parts of Estonia for firsthand advice and information on life as an expat in this Estonian city. Or maybe you simply want to let others know about the events going on in your city, for example by using InterNations forums. Indeed, anyone interested in culture, art and history will thoroughly enjoy Tartu; with concerts, festivals, and theatrical performances all year round, it is somewhere you could never get bored.