Balti Jaama turg

Opening in May, the brand new Balti Jaam market brings close to 300 different retailers and smaller producers, promising the freshest and most interesting goods, all under one roof. Wander through the open-air market where you’ll find fruits and vegetables. Inside, the 1000m2 meat and dairy hall offers a wide selection of local products. You’ll also find a whole street food section, with 12 different vendors to choose from. With plenty of parking, don’t forget about the antiques, clothing, shoes, handicrafts, brewery, supermarket, and fitness club as well.


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There is no risk just look for your wallet. I like this place, every spare part or thing you cant get from the store you may find it on that market.
Paul Farnworth
Recently featured in the Swedish detective series "Arne Dahl" (2012)
I enjoyed my visit and picked up some nice Soviet-era memorabilia. As well as old stuff there are plenty of modern goods from t-shirts to boots sweets and hats. Indoors there are plenty of stalls selling meat and other produce. If self-catering it would be a good place for ham cheese etc. Quite a few stallholders are Russian-speaking rather than Estonian-speaking.
Also you can find cheap & nice old coins, Soviet memorabilia and similar there - but, as said, enter at your own risk, although the place is quite secure due to security men walking around.
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