Tallinn has all the huge shopping centers, yes, but there's also a bunch of hidden spots for vintage and second hand clothes.
Balti Jaam Market
Besides shopping for fresh food you'll find gifts, souvenirs, local handicraft and design, second-hand items and even antique furniture. In the middle of it all, there is a regular supermarket and a pharmacy as well. Don't skip the street food section with many stalls serving burgers, vegan food, Japanese ramen, bao buns and other yummy stuff.Read more ›
The one cool thing about Tallinn is that there are plenty of nifty second-hand shops with all kinds of funky clothes and hidden treasures. But if you're shooting for quality fabric, unique items and will settle for nothing less than genuine vintage wear (which sometimes isn't cheap), head straight to Fankadelik.Read more ›
Paavli Second Hand
Every self respecting eco-nut knows that this huge store is full of clothes for a few euros, accessories and household items. Be it a creative project, just generally tight budget or an approaching theme party – locals always find a reason to head to Paavli. And since the place is HUGE you won't return empty handed.Read more ›
Stop by if you are looking to add cute little details to create a vintage vibe in your home or just to admire at antique furniture. The people who own Sidruniga Tee are most probably the people who are there daily and they also organize various workshops in their back room.Read more ›