3. Kalamaja and Telliskivi Creative City

Kalamaja

Heading towards the city centre from the Seaplane Harbour, you’ll pass through Tallinn’s quirkiest neighbourhood, Kalamaja. Literally meaning “Fish House”, this wooden-housed district has become a favourite among artists and entrepreneurs, who not only have made their homes here, but also opened up many shops, cafés and restaurants. To experience the creativity of Kalamaja all in one place, just head to Telliskivi Creative City. This former industrial complex now houses various small companies and enterprises including a bread factory, a bicycle shop and a print shop. Telliskivi is also home to a shopping street and several great restaurants.