Balti Jaama Turg, Tallinn
About Balti Jaama Turg, Tallinn
Balti Jaama Turg, Tallinn - Address, Phone Number
Address: Kopli 1, 10411 Tallinn, Estonia
Time Required: 00:20 Mins
Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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From old Soviet medals, second hand goods, to clothes, crafts, jewelry, vegetables and fruits, the Balti Jaam Marek is a refreshing change from the urban malls and retail shops. Grab a bargain or simply splurge on small gifts, the market promises to offer a lot for budget shoppers. In autumn, you will easily find people selling chanterelles mushrooms- a rare treat for food lovers.
If you are a foodie at heart, explore the local stalls that sell delicious food!
How To reach Balti Jaama Turg by Public Transport
- Bus: Balti jaam
- Light Rail/ Tram: Balti jaam
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car / Bike
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Balti Jaama Turg, Tallinn Reviews - Write a Review
I like markets in general and the place was charming. The fresh produce stands accepted mostly only cash, so bare that in mind. There are very nice food stands with vegan and vegetarian options, and there are some hand-made souvenir shops on the second floor. Be sure to visit!
Really attractive market for tourists and guests of City. Many comfortable cafes and antique shops. I recommend to visit at least once for everyone. Your do not regret))
Love how they renovated this place. Now it looks really beautiful and new. Prices for vegetables and fruits are pretty good. Upstairs you can find interesting shops with vintage stuff from vinyl to soldiers clothing. Totally will visit again.
Awesome market with many little shops, cafes and snack bars, big grocery store, country market for fresh fruits and veggies, butcher's shop, bakery and much more. it is definitely worth a visit. Also open on Sundays!
Very nice spot to visit when you are in lookout for good produce from local farmers, fishmongers, butchers. Place has also antique stores which are quite interesting and Estonian designer shops which are cool as well. Lots of small stall where you can grab a snack or a meal.
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