Go back into Soviet times and have a wonderful pastries for breakfast at Narva kohvik
Narva kohvik is a popular place among locals to have their morning pastry on the way to work. Moscow pastry (Moskva saiake in Estonian) has survived in its original form decades after Estonia regained its independence and is still as tasty as it used to be 35 years ago. The décor from 3 decades ago remain preserved.
Side note: Unfortunately, the service level has not changed since then, either.
Bizzare & spooky
If these keywords get you excited, then a walk to Patarei is a MUST. It once housed the most famous prison, but its location is so superb that now the project is underway to make the facility into luxury apartments and the most progressive office spaces in town. Be fast since soon you won’t be able to see the place in all its spookiness for long.
Fancy a great dancing lesson with the best dance teachers in Tallinn?
Book a lesson at Tantsugeen - one of the most fun dance schools in town. Their teachers are just fabulous & fun. And you can sign up for a free trial lesson. The styles vary from latin to funk & hip-hop.
Immerse yourself into the beauty of Rotermanni and flowers at FleurRoyale
Take time to hear the compelling story of its owner, Peter, a Dutch man living in Tallinn who makes the most wonderful flower compositions in town.