Kalamaja & Kopli

Located just a short hop from the Balti jaam train station lies the eclectic and historic district of Kalamaja. Many street names here portray Kalamaja's fishing-, sea- and industry-related roots: Köie (Rope), Kalaranna (Fish Beach) and Telliskivi (Brick).
Travel a little beyond the Kalamaja area and you’ll run into the growing Noblessner area, and the more industrial district of Kopli which, is starting to see a revival of its own. New apartment blocks are being erected along the seaside, and Põhjala Tehas, an old rubber factory, is aiming to become a similar space to Telliskivi Creative City.
There is a beach at the end of the Paljassaare Peninsula where, at the far end. Both regions, often lumped together as one, are within walking distance or a short tram or bicycle ride from Old Town. Although it’s certainly a nicer jaunt from Spring until Autumn, Kalamaja has quickly become a year-round destination, especially for locals.
Read more about the area here.

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