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Long Street (Pikk tanav), Tallinn

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Stroll along the medieval Long Street (Pikk tanav) with charming cafes, shops, and art galleries featuring Gothic town architecture. This 1,182 m (3,878 ft) street runs from Town Hall Square to the old port gate. Known as one of the area's busiest and most picturesque places, it conceals a number of local meeting points and several renowned restaurants. Observe the strange blend of ancient homes set amidst crumbling walls and zany coffee shops. Walk the medieval cobblestone roads, visit quirky art galleries, and try to leave some time for stepping into the quiet side streets along this main road. Plan to visit Long Street (Pikk tanav) and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Tallinn attractions using our Tallinn vacation route planner.
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  • This street has everything from a 16th century cannon tower to a Victorian-era cafe selling freshly prepared marzipan. There is so much history down this street, from medieval gothic houses up to the ...  more »
  • It is a very pleasant way to the Toompea Hill. Looks old and authentic. But it is not really long, maybe longer than other streets around.  more »
  • Is stretched out towards the North from Town Hall square. Is a street of tall buildings with colorful, really European, and it feels so good. Most of the buildings are souvenirs and sent staff has many shops cafés are not came, a little difficult.
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