T1 Mall of Tallinn Tallinn – More than a shopping mall

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"T1 Mall of Tallinn" is a new-generation shopping mall just 15 minutes central Tallinn. Shopping, going to the cinema... they even have a Ferris Wheel!

The T1 Mall of Tallinn is a new-generation shopping mall located 15 minutes away from the city center by public transportation and less than 10 minutes from the airport.

There are multiple reasons why I think T1 is worth visiting. Firstly, it is a really unique shopping mall, the first one of its kind in Tallinn and in the whole of Estonia. T1 has a brand new concept; the purpose of the mall is not only shopping -- it has a lot more to offer. T1 is a really big place, so it has a lot of space inside even when it is full of people, which I personally love. Secondly, you can eat in one of the multiple restaurants or cafes, some of which have been opened for the first time in Tallinn. I have already been to some of them and think they are worth visiting as well (especially Süsi and Gan Bei). Also there is a cinema in T1, which I visit a few times a month, because it is brand new and big.

Recently a Ferris wheel was set on the roof of the mall, which I am also going to try and recommend you do so, because it must have stunning views. Concerning the shopping itself, T1 has some brands that are not present in other popular shopping malls inf Tallinn. Personally I think it is a great opportunity to update your wardrobe with some fresh stuff while having a great time in the mall.

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