Telliskivi Loomelinnak, Tallinn

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Telliskivi Loomelinnak, Tallinn - Address, Phone Number

Address: Telliskivi 60a, 10412 Tallinn, Estonia

Phone: +372-5206098

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Forming the creative center in Tallinn, the Telliskivi Loomelinnak is where you go if you want to explore art galleries, studios, shops, cafes, restaurants and anything that promises a good time. Over 400 events take place here every year with weekends being the most popular days to visit.

The Saturday Flea market- one of the highlights of the place, is perfect to shop for locally made goods including jewelry, clothes and crafts.

Telliskivi Loomelinnak Information

  • Other contact detail: +372 53570401

Telliskivi Loomelinnak Opening and Closing Hours

Timings of individual shops and eateries vary.

Shopping Street Open:

  • Tuesday –Friday: 11:00 am to 7:00 pm
  • Monday, Saturday: 11:00 am to 5:00 pm

How To reach Telliskivi Loomelinnak by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Telliskivi
  • By Light Rail/Tram: Telliskivi
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Car/Bike.

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  • Interesting place. Bit different from everything else. Nice shops and good little restaurants. Food truck is the best. Needs more cafes.

  • I'll qualify this by first saying that I went on a rainy Tuesday afternoon, so there was little happening, and even fewer people enjoying it. That being said, despite the bohemian flavour, this area seems to cater to free spending tourists more than free living artists. Ubiquitous flyers made the case that a weekend visit would be met with flea markets and live music, however, so accord this review the same authority you would any statement made by a certain bombastic American who's been in the news a lot recently.

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  • The place to be in Tallinn if you are into design and beer. Not a very big ex industrial area, now a place of gathering, surely worth a visit. Locals here use to play table tennis and enjoy pub such as the F-hone.

  • Contrast between graffiti, trendy cafes and pubs and old factories. Interesting place to visit

  • Nice hipster area. A lot of trendy bars and coffee shops. There is also a did court nearby made from shopping containers.

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