Hansamarket is open:
Saturday, 20 July – 10.00-20.00
Sunday, 21 July – 10.00-18.00
Hundreds of traders will find their way to Tartu – they will sell unique handicrafts made of traditional or natural materials, interesting goods and foods and introduce medieval handicraft skills. The visitors of Hansamarket can choose from among necessary, interesting or just funny hand-made things. Designer jewellery, archaic jewellery, toys with folk patterns, entwined hat baskets and hand craft in muhu embroidery are offered.
Hansamarket will take place in the Town Hall square, Küüni Street alley, Uueturu park, Rüütli Street and Jaani Town. Around Jaani town a wood workshop shows the preparation of wood works and the amateur-artists club presents their work.
The Hansamarket unites different ages into one big party of ages, towns, cultures and trade and makes Tartu Hanseatic Days a merry and joyful party and to smell from food preparation.
You can enjoy different cuisines in numerous places on Town Hall square, Poe Street, Rüütli and Küütri Streets, St Anthony’s Courtyard in Jaani Town and Toomemäe. You can find various dishes from different national cuisines, potato chips and grilled fished baked on spot. You can also find smoked meat and fish.
If you fancy something sweet, you can find different kinds of ice-cream, candy floss, various iced and juice drinks, confectioneries and pastries. Also, if you feel like having a snack, you can have almonds, dried fish, freshly fermented cucumbers or berries.
At Farmer’s Market (on the corner of Küüni and Uue-Turu streets) you can by home-made fresh honey, home-grown vegetables and berries, peas, organic products, medicinal herbs and cooking herbs, sea buckthorn products, elk sausage, different kinds of cheeses and home-made cosmetics.
Hansamarket’s children area at the park of Küüni Street awaits all children to play, jump and have a fun time.