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There's still time for christmas shopping in Tallinn! Last minute shopping tip
Are you still planning on christmas, went on a shopping trip in Tallinn? These places to find the toppings under the tree. Mostphotos

the old town christmas market and the flower kioskeineen is a charming place, but where else should make a purchase? Here are a few tested sharkbait!

1. Christmas decorations and interior stuff

Christmas decorations friends of the sky to find a fish hut: the maritime museum of the namely, is located on the Estonian-Norwegian interior products business Shishin store. Extensive in-store offers decorations for every occasion and taste. For sale is a plastic, glass, wooden and metal decorations, so different interior design styles popular for find choice.

store the context of the works also Shishin outlet, which can make alelöytöjä.

Handmade decoration products found at the christmas markets as well as for example, in the old town Katariinankuja. The interior of the enthusiastic advocates popped up also on Pikk street located in the Paul Pikk -store with fun gift shopping.

2. The delights of food to the table

Cheeses, bread and other Estonian cuisine can be found for example at the railway station is located in the Balti Jaama -trade hall. In addition to food, there are sold also, for example, design products and crafts.

Newly renovated Balti Jaaman market hall is an attraction in itself, and there you will find also good places to eat. More traditional market atmosphere, offers Keskturg, i.e. Tallinn's central market, located a few kilometres from the city centre. To get there conveniently, for example, tram number 2 and 4 and several buses.

Tallinn's public transport use is otherwise traveler easy as buying a ticket to succeed in the bus independently in the near fee. The driver bought a single ticket costs two euros, the middle payment the price is 1.1 million.

check out katariinankuja the mood of the video. 3. Trend clothes

the Harbor is located in the Rotermann area is a good sharkbait fashion interested. There namely find, for example, Pull&Bear and Stradivarius stores. Neither of those favorite chain is not yet working in Finland.

in the Rotermann area can also complement the christmas treat basket. There you will find, for example, cheeses sells the little shop, as well as Kalev chocolate factory's factory store.

4. Cosmetics

do you Want to buy a christmas gift of affordable natural cosmetics? Popped up the Viru centre Natura Siberica, which sell the same name of the Russian natural cosmetics brand products. More natural cosmetics can be found nearby Kaubamajasta, which offers several Estonian brands.

natural cosmetics in addition to Kaubamajasta worth hogging ordinary cosmetics, since there is available brands that are not sold in Finland.

the Harbor is located Nautica-shopping centre find the trade house is also a good sharkbait cosmetics shopping. The movement range is wide.

5. Gigantic shopping malls

the City's largest shopping centres can be found currently, the airport seemed to Ülemisten area. In November opened a brand new T1 to the Mall of Tallinn boasts estonia's largest restaurant area, and about 150 different stores.

the Whole jätillä is three football fields. Its roof rises still landmark ferris wheel.

the novelty of the next door to find another massive shopping center, Ülemiste center, which premises are approximately 200 different stores. Shopping centres the concentration reaches deftly Tallinn airport by tram 4.

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