The Balti Jaam Market in Tallinn, Estonia once used to be an exclusive market for antiques. However, that has become all but a thing of the past with the massive makeup that the market has received in recent times.
A few antique shops can still be found on the top floor of the market, reminding one of the bygone times. For the rest, the market has donned the modern look characteristic of most multi-story market complexes of Europe. Apart from fresh produce of meat, fish, vegetables and so on, you'll find many touristy attractions such as ethnic specialty shops and souvenir shops, chic restaurants serving innovative cuisines and Georgian wines and so forth.
There is much to do inside, however we strongly suggest that you don't give a miss to the street food section. You'll many delectable edibles, including bao buns, Japanese ramen, vegan food and massive burgers, in the many little stalls of the section.Places nearby:
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