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The best restorant in Tallinn
NOA (Noah in English) is anything but a sinking ship. On the contrary – the restaurant NOA, which seats up to 80 guests, is remarkable for its location, architecture, and interior design. Naturally, you can find the best flavours here, accompanied by a million-dollar view of the Tallinn skyline and the sea.
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NOA Restaurant
3 Ranna tee
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NOA (Noah in English) is anything but a sinking ship. On the contrary – the restaurant NOA, which seats up to 80 guests, is remarkable for its location, architecture, and interior design. Naturally, you can find the best flavours here, accompanied by a million-dollar view of the Tallinn skyline and the sea.
The medieval restaurant Olde Hansa is the home of a rich merchant, whose guests enjoy delicious, authentic Hansa-era meals and drinks, true period music and always friendly service. All of the dishes on the menu, including many wild game delicacies, are cooked using 15th century recipes and methods. Medieval musicians delight the guests every night of the week except Mondays.
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Olde Hansa
1 Vana turg
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The medieval restaurant Olde Hansa is the home of a rich merchant, whose guests enjoy delicious, authentic Hansa-era meals and drinks, true period music and always friendly service. All of the dishes on the menu, including many wild game delicacies, are cooked using 15th century recipes and methods. Medieval musicians delight the guests every night of the week except Mondays.
New restaurant Finlandia Caviar in Tallinn is open! Now Tallinn has its own caviar and oyster bar. You're welcome to indulge yourself in our large selection of top quality caviar, finnish roes and a variety of fresh oysters. Enjoy them together with champagne, wine or a vodka tasting.
Finlandia Caviar
New restaurant Finlandia Caviar in Tallinn is open! Now Tallinn has its own caviar and oyster bar. You're welcome to indulge yourself in our large selection of top quality caviar, finnish roes and a variety of fresh oysters. Enjoy them together with champagne, wine or a vodka tasting.
Super Tapas Bar and Restorant
La Rumbi
4 Rumbi
Super Tapas Bar and Restorant
Curiosity
Tallinn
Gustav Ernesaks (1908-1993) was an Estonian composer and choir leader who wrote himself into the history pages with his songs. 'Mu isamaa on minu arm' became the unofficial anthem of Estonians during the Soviet era, and Ernesaks was one of the driving forces behind the national song festival - as well as its general manager. This monument at Tallinn's Song Festival Grounds was unveiled during the opening concert of the 24th National Song Festival on 3 July 2004. It was designed by Ekke Väli and Vello Lillemets.
Gustav Ernesaks Memorial
Gustav Ernesaks (1908-1993) was an Estonian composer and choir leader who wrote himself into the history pages with his songs. 'Mu isamaa on minu arm' became the unofficial anthem of Estonians during the Soviet era, and Ernesaks was one of the driving forces behind the national song festival - as well as its general manager. This monument at Tallinn's Song Festival Grounds was unveiled during the opening concert of the 24th National Song Festival on 3 July 2004. It was designed by Ekke Väli and Vello Lillemets.
The most exciting maritime museum in Europe is located in the Seaplane Harbour! About 200 authentic items are on display at the historical seaplane hangar: a submarine called Lembit, a century-old icebreaker Suur Tõll, a seaplane called Short 184, remains of the oldest ship found in Estonia, and much more. There is also cafe MARU and a museum shop. Globe-trotting in a submarine, having your picture taken in a navy uniform, an aquarium, simulators, throwing paper airplanes, a children's corner with drawing tools, building blocks, an authentic sailboat, and an outdoor playground – programmes and materials meant for independent visits are playful and broaden the horizon of children and adults alike.
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Estonian Maritime Museum
70 Pikk
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The most exciting maritime museum in Europe is located in the Seaplane Harbour! About 200 authentic items are on display at the historical seaplane hangar: a submarine called Lembit, a century-old icebreaker Suur Tõll, a seaplane called Short 184, remains of the oldest ship found in Estonia, and much more. There is also cafe MARU and a museum shop. Globe-trotting in a submarine, having your picture taken in a navy uniform, an aquarium, simulators, throwing paper airplanes, a children's corner with drawing tools, building blocks, an authentic sailboat, and an outdoor playground – programmes and materials meant for independent visits are playful and broaden the horizon of children and adults alike.
This newly-restored market complex is the most modern of its kind in Estonia, bringing an extraordinary range of items together under one roof, with everything from children’s clothes to tasty street food. There’s also a supermarket, sports club, hair salon, fresh fruit and vegetable stalls, the widest range of meat and fish in the country, and a variety of cafés. The new market is something of a community centre, too, drawing in locals for their everyday shopping, but its unique atmosphere, its fascinating selection of antiques and its brewery also make it a great place for tourists to explore.
"Own Piggy" at Balti Jaam Market
1 Kopli
This newly-restored market complex is the most modern of its kind in Estonia, bringing an extraordinary range of items together under one roof, with everything from children’s clothes to tasty street food. There’s also a supermarket, sports club, hair salon, fresh fruit and vegetable stalls, the widest range of meat and fish in the country, and a variety of cafés. The new market is something of a community centre, too, drawing in locals for their everyday shopping, but its unique atmosphere, its fascinating selection of antiques and its brewery also make it a great place for tourists to explore.
In Rotermann Quarter, in the heart of Tallinn, between the Old Town, the port, and Viru Square, old industrial buildings that have been given new functions stand next to modern architecture. The industrial area started to thrivingly develop in the 19th century and it was the location for a department store, a factory that produced starch, spirit, tables, and pasta, a mill that produced bread, flour, and groat, buildings of a steam saw, and a salt warehouse, which is one of the most unique preserved limestone structures in Estonia. Currently, the building houses the Museum of Estonian Architecture, which was built on the basis of a design by a Baltic German Ernst Boustedt in 1908.
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Rotermanni kvartal
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In Rotermann Quarter, in the heart of Tallinn, between the Old Town, the port, and Viru Square, old industrial buildings that have been given new functions stand next to modern architecture. The industrial area started to thrivingly develop in the 19th century and it was the location for a department store, a factory that produced starch, spirit, tables, and pasta, a mill that produced bread, flour, and groat, buildings of a steam saw, and a salt warehouse, which is one of the most unique preserved limestone structures in Estonia. Currently, the building houses the Museum of Estonian Architecture, which was built on the basis of a design by a Baltic German Ernst Boustedt in 1908.