Balti Jaama Turg Tallinn – Modern universal market

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"Balti Jaama turg" or Baltic Station market in Tallinn is newly renovated with international food courts & even a gym. I admire the architecture & concept.

Balti Jaama turg or Baltic Station market is a newly renovated market that offers not only fresh convenience food but also food courts, restaurants, shops and even a gym. Before the renovation, the market was a typical Soviet one with shady sellers and old kiosks; now it is a really modern and popular public space that offers multiple things basically under a single roof. Personally, I do not visit the market often in order to eat there or buy something, because it is situated quite far from where I live, but I recommend you do.

Actually, I am more fascinated with the architecture and the initial concept of the place: it is really interesting to see how they have managed to transform a usual market into such an attractive public space. Although it is a great place to eat and shop as well, everyone will find something to like, because the variety of food courts, restaurants and shops is pretty wide.

The area around the market near the Baltic railway station and Telliskivi creative city is also really attractive and developing itself. An interesting fact about the market: the building has been awarded as the best construction project of the year 2017.

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Mon - Sat 09:00 - 19:00, Sun 09:00 - 17:00

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