Tallinn shopping - a varied mixture of boutiques, department stores and modern malls - offers something for everyone.
As well as high fashion, perfume and shoes, Tallinn shops sell many Estonian souvenirs including folk-patterned woollen sweaters, limestone candleholders and juniper coasters. You can buy local specialties such as fine glassware and ceramics along with graphic prints and Estonian dark chocolate just by walking down a street in Tallinn Old Town. Additionally, a visit to an antique shop can unearth fascinating Soviet-era artefacts.
Tallinn Shopping areas
Tallinn shopping gives you plenty of choice, due to the many shopping experiences the city has to offer. Shoppers often visit the Solaris Centre, a shopping mall that boasts famous chain stores, restaurants and coffee shops. The shopping centre is also home to a cinema, exhibition areas and the Nokia Concert Hall. Another popular Tallinn shopping destination is the Stockmann Shopping Centre, one of the largest department stores in Estonia. Stockmann sells everything from food to electronics and clothes to jewellery.
In Old Town Tallinn, you can find boutiques selling high-end clothing on Viru and Muurivahe streets. Down St Catherine's Passage, you can even experience the Katariina Guild workshops that produce ceramics, quilts and glasswork right in front of you. Muurivahe Street is also home to the outdoor knit market, where Tallinn's seamstresses sell quality knitted clothing.
Shop more by staying at the Radisson Blu
Choose the Radisson Blu Hotel Olumpia, Tallinn when you're looking for a hotel near shopping in Tallinn. With the Solaris Centre and Stockmann Shopping Centre both no more than ten minutes' walk, you won't have far to carry your shopping to our Tallinn hotel.
Visitors will also find that the Radisson Blu Hotel Olumpia conveniently near to attractions such as the Tallinn Opera, plus transit links in the city centre, the harbour and Lennart Meri airport.