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Muurivahe Street

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Muurivahe Street

49 Reviews
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BigHugh51 wrote a review Sep 2019
Adelaide, Australia3,642 contributions1,021 helpful votes
We visited Tallinn Old Town on a Sunday. On this particular day the Old Town was very busy with 2 cruise ships in port and a local festival underway within the town walls. While exploring the streets and laneways of the Old Town, we came across this street market. There were quite a number of stalls selling a variety of clothes, hats, gloves, scarves etc. Other stalls were selling handicrafts, gifts and souvenirs. The quality of goods on offer appeared to be quite good and most of the prices seemed reasonable. With the large numbers of tourists and locals out and about on this day, many of the stalls appeared to be doing good business. Worthy of a visit if you happen to be a keen shopper!
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Date of experience: June 2019
Ian C wrote a review Sep 2019
London, United Kingdom23,362 contributions1,134 helpful votes
We visited here at night and it was pretty quiet. We returned the next morning and, magically, the arches of the old city wall were full of stalls selling knitwear of every description - highly appropriate as the weather was deteriorating in September. The prices were reasonable and we spotted one of the storeholders actually knitting, indicating how handcrafted some of the goods might be.
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Date of experience: September 2019
bach716 wrote a review Jul 2019
Aurora, Canada53 contributions37 helpful votes
Great market with sooooo much to see and buy. The vendors will negotiate a little, but not that much. Many vendors sell the same thing so there is a little flexibility. Beautiful linens, eg tea-towels. Lots of "long" socks which they apparently like for the winter. The socks come up to the top of their legs. We had a lot of fun here, and bought a fair amount of things!
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Date of experience: July 2019
Heli P wrote a review Jun 2019
Helsinki, Finland4,053 contributions389 helpful votes
Standing outside all year around in rain, shine and cold beside the old city wall has made the mainly Russian speaking vendors quite grumpy, they don't like to be photographed either. Even the hand made items are more or less mass produced after the same patterns, other older ladies are knitting them at home. Opposite is a shop selling linen dresses, tunics and jackets in free sizes.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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heikkih722 wrote a review Nov 2018
Helsinki, Finland1,249 contributions199 helpful votes
In the street next to the wall, knitted items, hats, gloves and socks are available daily. The refurbished wall is high at the Viru Square.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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