Top Choice Arts & Crafts in Tallinn

Katariina Käik

This lovely medieval lane is home to the Katariina Guild, comprising eight artisans’ studios where you can happily browse the work of 14 female creators. Look for ceramics, textiles, patchwork quilts, hats, jeweller…
Top Choice Arts & Crafts in Tallinn

Masters' Courtyard

Archetypal of Tallinn's amber-suspended medieval beauty, this cobbled 13th-century courtyard offers rich pickings – a cosy chocolaterie/cafe, a guesthouse and artisans’ stores and workshops selling quality ceramics,…
Market in Tallinn

Balti Jaama Turg

The gentrification of the train station precinct is manifest in this sleek new market complex, where niche food vendors trade from tidy huts on the former site of a famed but slightly seedy outdoor market. There's a…
Gifts & Souvenirs in Tallinn

Estonian Design House

This slick little store showcases the work of over 100 Estonian designers – everything from shoes to lamps, furniture to ceramics. Keep an eye out for the 'slow fashion' of local designer Reet Aus, who creates cloth…
Drinks in Tallinn


These passionate provedores specialize in tea in all of its comforting forms, sourcing many of the shop's leaves directly from Asia. Drop by to chat chai with the clued-up staff or pick up delectable artisanal choco…
Department Store in Tallinn

Stockmann Kaubamaja

One of the first foreign stores to open after independence, this upmarket Finnish department store helped relegate Soviet shortages to the pages of textbooks and usher in a new era of Western-style (ie rampant) cons…
Food in Tallinn


This local legend has been producing delicious chocolates and other confectioneries since 1806. Tallinn's Old Town looks like it was made with the lid of a chocolate box in mind, so why not take one with you?
Shopping Centre in Tallinn

Solaris Centre

Close to central Tallinn, Solaris hosts a supermarket, a handful of boutiques, an excellent bookstore, popular restaurants, and both mainstream and art-house cinemas.
Fashion & Accessories in Tallinn

Ivo Nikkolo

Ivo Nikkolo, one of post-Soviet Estonia's first labels, produces women’s fashion that’s can be floaty and fun, or muted and professional, all made with natural, high-quality fabrics.
Market in Tallinn

Telliskivi Flea Market

Where the cool kids come to sell their castoffs or to find new treasures. There's a wide range of stuff for sale, including clothing, books and household bits and bobs.