Staapli tänav 2, Põhja-Tallinna linnaosa, Tallinn
The history of the most important submarine factory in Tsarist Russia began in 1912, when St. Petersburg businessmen Emanuel Nobel and Arthur Lessner, after whom the port is named, built a submarine factory here. A total of 12 modern submarines were built here.
Kai Art Centre, the Proto Invention Factory, and the Technoclub Hall are located in the historical industrial buildings of Port Noblessner, which has won the award for the best urban space in the Baltics. Here, you will also find a seafront promenade, a marina, and some of the city's best eateries and galleries.
Additionally, numerous events are hosted here.
Food and drinks
When coming from the city centre, drive along Kalaranna tee. After the Seaplane Harbour and the white square building of the IT Agency, turn right onto Lennusadama tänav, then immediately to the left to Allveelaeva tänav. This is where the territory of Port Noblessner begins. When coming from Tööstuse tänav, turn down the hill towards the sea from Tööstuse 48 building to Peetri tänav. You can also take buses No. 73 and 3.