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Rotermann Quarter, Tallinn

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Browse shops and admire architecture at Rotermann Quarter. Formerly home to many of Tallinn's industrial enterprises, the streets and squares are surrounded with refurbished factories as well as examples of modern construction. As you wander pathways surrounded by sleek glass facades and a variety of buildings, shop for souvenirs, see a movie at the theater, or visit the Estonian architecture museum. The area features many cafes and restaurants, as well as street food from the occasional market stall. Before you head to Tallinn, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Tallinn vacation planner, to make sure you see all that Tallinn has to offer, including Rotermann Quarter.
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  • Not far from the seaport lies Rottermann Quarter. A great liquor store, a cheese shop (the only in Tallinn???) and great upscale places to eat. Romatic, hip and definitely a place where you can see wh...  more »
  • One of my favourites in Tallinn, great Quarter which is wonderfully restored - full of old charm, but still so modern ;). Interesting shops, great restaurants and bars. You easily spend there more tim...  more »
  • Very interesting. Modern. Good architecture and above all excellent rehabilitations. It hosts many bars that do not have such high prices in the old town and shops. Its streets are pedestrian traffic and it is nice to stroll through them. I'd love to be larger. Although currently are renovating several buildings of his around, so it does not surprise me that it expanded soon. The Museum of architecture is located in one of its streets and is one of the city's unknown gems.
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