City of Võru, sitting by the shore of Lake Tamula, was founded on August 21, 1784. The most unique feature of the city is its highly rational planning and street grid, streets running at right angles to each other. While in Võru, you should visit the Võrumaa Museum and Dr. Fr. R. Kreutzwald Memorial Museum. You should also take your time at the Tamula beach promenade, where you, no matter how old you are, can find many ways to enjoy the lake and its beach.
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City of Põlva has grown around a church founded in the 15th century at the crossroads of trade routes. Nowadays it is a place of great interest. In Põlvamaa, on the historic postal route there are the Estonian Peasantry Museum and the Road Museum. Põlvamaa is also where one of the most preserved manors, Manor of Mooste is.
Get to know the ways to spend time in Põlvamaa.
City of Valga, border town of Estonia is definitely a place to see, for the city is divided into to two halves, separated by Estonia-Latvia border. In Valgamaa you should visit the Taagepera castle and its park, also the remains of Helme Teutonic castle and Helme caves. These are only some of the places in the area worth your while, get to know many others to go sightseeing in Valgamaa.
Before visiting Setomaa, you should do some homework, it helps you to unterstand the place, In Setomaa it is often so that what is essential is invisible to the untrained eye. So start your trip from the Seto Peasantry Museum, located in Värska. The Tsäimaja (‘tea house’ in the Seto dialect) at the museum offers an interesting menu. We recommend to check the open times and dates from the Internet beforehand! To get the feel of the village life in Setomaa, you should visit Lüübnitsa and Beresje villages.