Tallinn Shopping

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  • 1. Malls

    Walk out of the old town through the Viru gates towards the white tower of the Viru Hotel, and you will find Tallinn's most central shopping centre. Very modern, very new, very clean and filled with...

  • 2. Souvenirs

    There are lots of little shops in Tallin. We saw this shop and took pictures because of the door knocker. I haven't been in to shop because I'm kind of an anti-shopper and I can't stand very long...

  • 3. Clothes

    Heaven is well designed baby and children store in De La Gardia mini shopping center near the old town gates towards to the city centre. The store occupies most of the third floor -- but as there is...

  • 4. RIMI or MAXIMA

    If you are looking for fruit, cheese, picnic fixings, toothpaste etc, then this is the best bet in the Old Town. It is located a few minutes' walk from the Viru Gate. There is a chemist's shop in...

  • 5. 'Sweater Wall'

    If you want to buy some woollen sweathers (or woollen anything) head to the seweater wall, near Viru Gate: this is the place whre local ladies set up their stalls along the town wall and sell their...

  • 6. Street vendors

    As we came down from Toompea, we saw that artists had displayed their work along the wall of Long Leg street (aka Pikk_Jalg). This thoroughfare links the two parts of the old town, the Lower town...

  • 7. Shoes

    Camper, the Spanish shoemaker that focuses on both comfort and style, has opened its own boutique to Foorum shopping center in very central Tallinn. The shopping center is located a block from Viru...

  • 8. Chocolate

    If you like Sweets and chocolate, this is the shop for you. Kalev is probably the best-known chocolate brand in Estonia with several stores around the country. One of the newest, their flagship store,...

  • 9. Stockmann

    Well, this is not the best place to buy souvenirs in Tallinn, for that I would recommend the common market, but this Finnish department store offer the chance for Finns to buy some items slight...

  • 10. Books, Music, Camera supplies

    There is really grate atmosphere..so good assortment books, especially in foreigner languages.. i think best in Tallinn. Main are books about art, photography, nature, archidecture...also they sell...

  • 11. Ceramics

    Having enjoyed a coffee and cake in Bogapott’s café, on my first morning in Tallinn, I wandered through to the adjoining shop. This sells mostly paintings and sculpture by a local family whose...

  • 12. Helina Tilk

    Wonderful little shop that we stumbled upon. Near St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. The owner ran the store. I bought mugs painted in whatever month of the year you wanted. I picked November (my...

  • 13. Alcohol

    In the article I red from this shop they said they do have 270 different beers. It isn´t true. So it was a little bit disapointment for us who try to find new brands every time. But they did have...

  • 14. Christmas Market

    I was hoping to find more christmas decorations and more people selling christmas- decorations and such. It was quite boring (I´m sorry) if you ask us. There was all the same kinds of sweaters and...

  • 15. Kohvieri: Great coffees and teas

    We stopped briefly at this attractive shop in the old town which sells lots of flavoured coffees (beans and ground), a wide range of teas, sweets, teapots and...


    One of the fun things to do in Tallinn is to experience its OUTDOOR MARKETS. I got my first taste of markets, on our first day in Tallinn when we met Mare at...


    When I asked at the Desk of our Hotel, where I could find a grocery store, she suggested the SOLARIS FOOD STORE which was just a short walk from the hotel,As...

  • 18. Olde Hansa shop: Forage through a real life medieval trading store!

    As you know only too well, it's a real drag when your favourite leather curly-toed jester shoes finally wear out and you struggle to find replacements in your...

  • 19. Hilpharakas: Rock attitude

    This is little bit gothic and surely rock-attitude place. The one we do seem to find everywhere ;) My husband foun a silver chain in here, and I did buy pair of...

  • 20. Supermarkets: Bring home a taste of Estonia!

    When visiting any new place, I make a beeline for the supermarket, as I'm fascinated by local products and what people choose to eat in a particular place. And...

  • 21. Salamander

    Salamander is a shoe shop in the old town. I wouldn't usually add here such tip but in one of my visits here I found very nice boots to buy here and so I...

  • 22. Supermarket with local prices: Food

    If you are travelling on a tight budget then the restaurants in Old Town will empty your pockets quite fast. Your option is to buy food at local shops. The shop...

  • 23. Kaubamaja: Central department store

    Kaubamaja history dates back to the Soviet era. It used to be a parody of a real department store just after Estonia gained independence, but it has completely...

  • 24. Inyourpocket

    At many places (Hotels, Tourist Information Centre or at Kiosks ) the InYourPocket City Guide is available. With 5 € its a cheap guide and absolutely worth the...

  • 25. Discount shopping

    I discovered this nice system in the store where after you select the item you want to buy they are giving you a wooden dice (see image with the sweet lady) to...

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