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- A short walk from the old town and right next to the train station so it’s easily accessible.
The market offers a wide range of fresh produce stalls, clothing and ready to eat food.
We tried multiple food including pancakes, pizza and cheburek from various stalls and they all tasted divine.
The downside is there’s limited seating the ‘food hall’ so try to find a table first before you purchase any food.
Overall, a clean market in a good location. Would definitely recommend!Written 4 August 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The small shops in the yard with a cafeteria in the middle concentrate each on their chosen materials. Keramikakoda has interesting figures and artefacts in ceramics, they also hold lessons for enthusiastic beginners. Both clothes and home decoration textiles in bright colours are sold at Parem Pool - the Right Side. It is customary in Tallinn to ask for permission to take a photo, the Chinese used to come and copy these unique models to be massproduced cheaply.Written 7 May 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Great area rich of restaurants, food markets,and shops. Amazing vintage spot where to find nice clothes.Written 2 October 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We caught the bus out and the trolley bus back from the market, with a very pleasant woodland walk in between. The Sunday market was busy although some of the market hall stalls were closed. The market hall is a modern but period recreation after the hall burnt down within a few years of its restoration! Excellent range of fresh food on offer plus a cafe with cakes - what’s not to like.Written 4 August 2019
- This a real market where the locals do their shopping. Some visions like myself who were in search of fresh fruits etc. There are many kiosks selling local products and the entire environment is one of down to earth aura.
It's a clean market and it serves it's purpose. .not really a tourist attraction.Written 2 September 2023
- I came accros this small, quaint store as I was walking around Old Town. Took some pictures here and told the Owner that I would be back to buy some interesting stuffs from her.Written 19 May 2023
- This shopping center is located near the Port (Terminal A). Or should the place be called a bazaar? At least walking through the ground floor, you had a feeling of a Turkish bazaar selling copied brand clothes.
You can find also bars, restaurants, food shops, alcohol shop Viinapörssi and a pharmacy. Everything that Finnish cruise passengers are expected to need.Written 26 February 2019
- Such a cozy and lovely flea market. I found lots of interesting items for my home and also to wear.
Really close to old town and balti jaam train station. Well worth popping in to look for bargains!Written 24 March 2019
- lots of chit-chats and textile. some jewelery and antiques also. some shelves sell soviet items. some seem to be specialised on tableware from all decades.Written 28 February 2016
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