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Telliskivi Loomelinnak (Telliskivi Creative City) is the creative hotspot of Tallinn. It is a vibrant and artsy former industrial area that is turned into studios, theatres, galleries, design shops, cafes and restaurants. Crab something to eat in a...more
Hippie and new area in Tallinn, a short walk from old town as well as close by the Balti Jaama Turg market where its nice to experience some food stalls at reasonable prices and local groceries place too. Quite a number of restaurants and nice...More
I went to this place with my beautiful girlfriend as she wanted to give me a rundown of estonian art history. And I must say this museum is truly a work of art. The design of the building is gorgeous and the interior is open...More
There is also Telliskivi Creative City, the hipsters’ area, that has revolving pop-up stores and many cafes and restaurants. There you pass by ateliers, workshops, theatre, galleries and architect- and furniture studios, altogether over 200 independent businesses and non-profits.
On Saturdays from 10 to 14...More
You cannot go to Tallinn without visiting this area. Such an amazing contrast to the old town. We spent ages exploring here as well as the Balti market so make sure you allow yourself a minimum of half a day. Great independent shops, restuarants and...More
Located just next to the train station, this neighborhood is now rather arts-y, which can be confirmed by the very artistic graffiti that cover many walls.
The area offers many restaurants, bars and specialties, as well as art stops.
It is great to wander in...More
Urban industrial regeneration in action. Large area undergoing rapid transformation with numerous cafes, bars, other businesses springing up. Loads more derelict buildings so it will certainly continue to develop. Look for the vista across to old town- spires, historic walls in distance and urban art...More