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.
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The highly interactive Seaplane Harbour, literally, has 'tonnes' of reasons why it's the most popular museum in Estonia. This modern museum is housed in architecturally unique seaplane hangar, which includes structures that were part of the Peter the
This imposing, seaside complex in the Kalamaja district is now one of the best places in the world to catch a glimpse of Soviet-era prison life in all its dreariness. Originally opened as a sea fortress in 1840 and operated as an artillery battery, it
Just a short jaunt from Old Town, the trendy Balti Jaam market brings close to 300 different retailers and smaller producers together, offering the most fresh, interesting, and exotic goods, all under one roof. Wander through the open-air market where yo
Internationally renowned Fotografiska's Tallinn location is in the Telliskivi Creative City. The gallery or meeting place is known for bringing the world's best photography to its walls, and its Tallinn location is no exception. The aim of this urban mee
'Bottle Bar' operates under the philosophy that a decent watering hole should stand on the foundation of great beers, ciders, and other quality beverages. Fourteen taps serve top quality ales - and many from local Estonian breweries. Given the name, you'