Founded in 1994, Ivo Nikkolo is one of Estonia's oldest and most successful labels. The collection caters exclusively to women, offering sophisticated, high-end attire with an emphasis on quality tailoring.
One of Estonia's biggest malls, the Kristiine Centre is usually among the shopping destinations of choice for visiting travellers. Here you'll find dozens of clothing and shoe outlets, nearly 20 cafés and restaurants, and countless other shops and services.
Bus no 22 , trolley busses no 2, 3, 6 from Vabaduse väljak stop will take you there. Trolley bus no 2 from Estonia stop will also travel the same ...
This three-storey shopping centre in the Mustamäe residential suburb offers over 50 retail outlets, restaurants and services. It even has a bowling alley, which could conveniently keep some family members entertained while others shop for that perfect pair of jeans.
A location close to the Passenger Port's D-terminal makes this small shopping centre convenient for anyone heading out on one of the Tallink ferries. In addition to a few small retailers and services, it has a large Rimi grocery/household store where you can stock up for your trip.
The Harbour Market caters mainly to travellers heading through the adjacent ferry terminals. Here you'll find good deals on alcohol and cigarettes, as well as dozens of small shops selling all sorts of odds and ends.
The modern Solaris Centre is a combination shopping mall and cultural centre located right in the heart of the downtown area. In addition to a number of shops and restaurants, it encompasses a 3D multiplex cinema, an art-house cinema, and the grand Nokia Concert Hall, which seats over 1800 spectators.
This extensive, multi-storey branch of Finland's most famous department store offers an impressive selection of international brands in fashion, cosmetics, electronics and home furnishings. It also features a full-fledged food store as well as a restaurant, coffee-shops, beauty salons, currency exchange and even a golf-studio.
By far Estonia's largest and best-established department store, the Kaubamaja has the widest selection of goods you'll find in the city. The shop occupies the six floors of its own downtown building, and even extends over the street to take up a portion of the Viru Centre mall.
The Viru Centre is by far the largest, busiest shopping mall in the downtown area. In addition to a healthy number of fashion outlets, it's home to the Tallinna Kaubamaja department store, an extensive, two-storey book shop and several cafés.
With over 160 shops and services, this enormous mall near the airport stakes a claim to having the widest selection of any shopping complex in the country. Ülemiste has as many as nine different restaurants and a children's play centre, making it an easy place to spend a large portion of your day.
Busses no. 2, 7, 15, and 65 from city centre will get you there. Exit at Ülemiste stop.