Trendwatchers seeking the city's hippest hangouts should definitely make their way to the Aparaaditehas, a reclaimed factory turned cultural/commercial hotspot. Those familiar with Telliskivi Creative City in Tallinn will understand the concept: Take an abandoned industrial facility not too far from the centre, keep the off-beat, unpolished look and bring in the interesting institutions. In the case of Aparaaditehas, that translates to artists' studios, design shops and cool restaurants, not to mention the TYPA Printing and Paper Arts Centre and a funky book room. Expect the courtyard to be buzzing during warmer months, especially if there's a special event planned (keep an eye out for posters about concerts and parties). The Aparaaditehas is developing quickly, so if you check back in a few months, you'll probably find something new.