The place to go and see the Sunset. It is a historic place where a part of Nolan's last movie was shot. Drinking in public areas are forbidden (so be careful) yet once in a while a bit of fun doesn't hurt, right? Also buying alcohol from shops is allowed 10-22.
Go before it's demolished or reconstructed into something new. It's a massive "cultural house" that was built by the Soviet authorities for 1980 Olympics. Climb to the roof that has some of the best sea views in town and enjoy a few drinks. The place is a facinating piece of brutalist architecture.
Totally free iconic place on the roof of former concert hall, where you might find the love or your life, also looking for the romantic sunset on the sea with friends having late night picnic.
The Soviets built this thing for the Olympic regatta of 1980 set to take place in Tallinn. The roof of the building is a popular place among the local youth for enjoying the sunset. So grab a bottle, hide it well and head out to explore the concrete jungle on the seaside.
The Soviets built this thing for the Olympic regatta of 1980 set to take place in Tallinn. The idea was to demonstrate to the Western powers the superior concrete pouring skills of the Soviet Union. This would've been a great idea, if everybody wasn't so busy boycotting the games.
“ The Rotermann Quarter, located in the heart of Tallinn between the Old Town, the port, and Viru Square, sits in a historically important area – the crossing point of the Tartu, Narva and Pärnu highways was at Viru Square in the 19th century, which is also the official centre of Tallinn. The Rotermann Quarter has almost as many historically valuable buildings as the Old Town of Tallinn. The Rotermann Quarter gives visitors an extraordinary opportunity to spend quality time in quieter and smaller urban areas, discovering shops, restaurants, and wine bars fit for both everyday life and occasions that are more refined. The quaint city quarter is sits within walking distance from the A and B terminals of the port (1 km and 900 m), as well as from the Viru Hotel (200 m). ”
“Design exhibitions of both local and worldknown artists. Closed on mondays and tuesdays, open till 6 pm all the other days of the week.”
“Discover Estonias Hipster side. This modern Hipster Hotspot is in Kalamaja. Nice shops, Restaurants and Bars. ”
“In Balti Jaama market you can find lots of good vegetables, meats, bakeries, restaurants and all sort of shops.”
“Gives Kalamaja the social venue it needs. Scandinavian styled bar - 70/80 s furniture. You can play your own vinyl. Kind of hipster place, cozy, big variety of local snacks and beer, house wine, house proseco 2.50 per glass and so on..”