Sunday, 30 August 2015
Streets of Tallinn - Pikk Street (Pikk Tänav)
One of the things I enjoy doing most whenever I'm in Tallinn is to simply stroll around the Old Town and take in its beauty. You never know what you might find. Tallinn has many fascinating streets each with its own unique character and piece of history. The more you explore them, the more you come to appreciate them and of course the best way to do so is on foot. Pikk Street is one such street in Tallinn with a lot to offer. Take a stroll down this enchanting cobbled street and see for yourself.
Great Coastal Gate & Fat Margaret Tower
70 Pikk Street Tallinn
Built in the 14th century during the same period as the city wall.
It is now home to the Estonian Maritime Museum
40 Pikk Street
Full of marzipan treats, delicious thick hot chocolate, a museum room and marzipan workshop where you can create your own masterpieces.
45 Pikk Street
I'm yet to eat here but it's on my list! I love a good French meal!
39 Pikk Street
Hell Hunt (gentle wolf) is the oldest pub in Tallinn.
26 Pikk Street
This is the only surviving Renaissance building in Estonia and dates back to the 14th century.
Its front door is one of the most photographed in all of Estonia.
17 Pikk St Tallinn
16 Pikk Street
Maiasmokk is the oldest cafe in Tallinn.
It has been operating in the same building since it first opened in 1864.
A great place to sit back, relax and enjoy some delicious cakes and sweets!
Posted by Tania Lestal