Flea markets, second-hand stores and vintage stores are popular in Tallinn. The city has several traditional flea markets, self-service flea markets focused on high-quality clothes, and stylish vintage stores.
Visiting flea markets is a relaxing pastime, a good way to see the city and, of course, find wonderful treasures. There are already many second-hand shops right in the center of Tallinn. If you want to liven up your trip to Tallinn with a flea market tour, grab our tips for a successful shopping trip.
In this article, we list the 15 best flea market tips for Tallinn . We are frequent second hand shoppers and love to visit stores and find new places to find second hand treasure. This article is updated as needed!
The flea markets are in no particular order, so read the whole thing and save your favourites for your next trip to Tallinn!
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1. The Basaar can be found on the upper floor of Balti Jaama market
The upper floor of Balti Jaama market is a true second-hand shop lover’s heaven! In addition to vintage stores, there is also an excellent self-service flea market Basaar .
Basaar is one of our editor’s favorites thanks to its milieu and wonderful selection. You can find really good quality and clean clothes form the Basaar. There is a lot of clothes and accessories from Estonian designers, world-class brands and also inexpensive chain stores. Bazaar’s selection is a real treasure trove for the style conscious! You can find Balenciaga, Maison Margiela, Acne, Dr. Martens, as well as clothes from Zara and other chain stores. You can also find a lot of accessories from the Basaar.
Balti Jaama market as a milieu is a great place for shopping. The food court downstairs serves Tallinn’s best street food amongst shopping , and you can buy fresh bread, fruit, cheese and other market delicacies from the market stalls.
Address: Kopli 1, Balti jaama markets 2. floor.
2. Sarapuu Kirbukas is a good-quality and large self-service flea market
Sarapuu Kirbukas is a large self-service flea market that mainly sells women’s clothing. This flea market is popular among bloggers and celebrities from Tallinn. The names of famous people are marked at the points of sale.
Sarapuu has a lot of trendy clothes, which are often in top condition. The prices vary a lot, as there are both cheap and expensive branded products. Sarapuu Kirbukas can be found about a ten-minute walk from Telliskivi in Pelgulinna district.
Address is Ristiku 12.
3. High-quality second hand from Riisaikel found at Stockmann department store
Riisaikel is a self-service flea market that focuses on slightly better quality and more valuable brands. Riisaikel can be found on the 5th floor of Stockmann and at Tatari 64/2. It’s nice to do business and make discoveries in stylish and bright shops.
4. Kopli Couture can be found in the heart of Telliskivi
Kopli Couture is a charming store founded by two friends who love vintage, which focuses on high-quality and carefully selected second hand and vintage clothes and accessories. Kopli Couture’s selection is a mix of street-credible style and high-fashion.
On the shelves you can find e.g. Nike and Adidas from 80’s , as well as creations of prestigious fashion brands from past decades. The store’s selection includes options for both bold dressers and classic style supporters. The founders of the store, Veronika and Evelin, carefully select the products of the stores and the online store and make sure that each garment is made of high quality, good material and in perfect condition. The store also provides guidance on caring for vintage clothes.
Address: Telliskivi 60a-5
5. Uuskasutuskeskus is a versatile flea market with a good cause
Uuskasutuskeskus is a flea market, where anyone can donate clothes, dishes, furniture, technology, home textiles and really any usable item in good condition. There is a lot of quality stuff on offer at very low prices. On the shelves of the recycling center you can find vintage treasures, current trends and even valuable and authentic branded products at a really affordable price.
You can make excellent finds at this thrift store, both in terms of clothes and furniture. Once a month in stores, discount sales, when clothes and textiles mostly cost one euro and all other goods are sold at half price.
There are several recycling centers in Tallinn. You can check the locations of the stores on the Uuskasutuseskus website. One store is located in the Arsenal shopping center, which also has a good selection of outlet stores.
Uuskasutuskeskus is run by a non-profit organisation. All proceeds are donated to support social projects, such as anti-bullying campaigns in schools.
6. Sveta Vintage offers trendy retro clothes
Sveta Vintage focuses on selling trendy clothes from past decades. At Sveta Vintage you can find a wonderful retro dress, vintage Levis or a beautifully patinated leather jackets. There are also some new clothes by Estonian designers on sale.
Sveta Vintage’s style and the products on offer are carefully sourced. It’s more of a stylish shop than a traditional flea market. Sveta Vintage is reminiscent of the second hand shops of Los Angeles.
Address: Kopli 1, Balti jaama market 2.floor.
7. Fankadelik Vintage is a stylish second-hand store
Fankadelik Vintage is one of Tallinn’s first clothing stores specializing in vintage. Fankadelik Vintage has shops at Balti Jaama market right next to Sveta Vintage and in the old town.
The selection of this vintage store consists of clothes that are carefully selected and sourced from around the world. There are real gems from past decades. At Fankadelik Vintage you can find stylish and feminine clothes and accessories.
Address: Kopli 1, Balti jaama market 2.floor.
8. You can find treasures at Humana Vintage
Humana, has several stores in Tallinn. Vintage Humana, located on the Tartu highway, right near Stockmann, is a place worth visiting. Vintage Humana has only older clothes instead of the usual Humana store selection.
Another Vintage Humana can also be found in Kalamaja, right next to Balti Jaama market. Humana regularly has discount campaigns that culminate in sales for only one euro per product.
Humana Vintage can be found at Tartu mnt. 29 and from Kalamaja from Kotzebue 27.
9. Sõbralt Sõbrale is a flea market that does good
Sõbralt Sõbrale is a flea market, whose profits go to charity, especially to support families in need. This flea market sells clothes, furniture, crockery, art and much more. The prices are very reasonable.
There are three Sõbralt Sõbrale stores in Tallinn. One can be found on the upper floor of Balti Jaama market , so it’s worth checking out if you’re visiting there.
Sõbralt Sõbrale means “from friend to friend”, which perfectly describes the flea market’s operating idea!
10. Bargains can be found at the Kalamaja Basaar self-service market
Kalamaja Basaar is also a self-service flea market and, as its name suggests, is located in the Kalamaja district. This flea market is compact in size and its shelves also contain mainly women’s clothing.
Just like in Sarapuu, the prices of clothes at this flea market vary a lot. In Kalamaja Bazaar’s sleds, you can find branded products as well as clothes from more affordable chain stores.
Address is Soo 1b/7.
11. Paavli Kaltsukas is a huge flea market with an amazing selection of children’s clothes
Paavli Kaltsukas is located in Kopli , a little further north from Kalamaja. Paavli Kaltsukas is a huge flea market that operates on two floors. One floor is reserved entirely for children’s clothes and one floor for adults.
Paavli Kaltsukas’ selection includes clothing for every weather and purpose for both men and women. If you’re looking for cool basic clothes, you’ll surely find an affordable option for every style here. The selection consists of surplus stocks of chain stores. You won’t find branded clothes here.
Address is Paavli 2a.
12. You can find anything at Keskturgi flea market
In addition to food, Kesturg sells practically everything possible. Of course, there is also its own section for used clothes and other second-hand goods. There are a lot of clothes and things of all kinds. It can easily take an hour or two to go through Tori’s selection.
At Keskturgi’s flea market, you can find retro gems and little used trendy stuff. Market sellers are often ready to negotiate the price.
13. Kilomax lowers prices every day
Kilomax is a chain specializing in second-hand clothes , which operates in the Baltic region. Kilomax buys its selection directly from the sorting plants of recycling centers in Italy, England, Switzerland and the Netherlands. There are many brands on offer that cannot be found in Estonia or the Nordic countries.
Kilomax’s entire selection changes once a month. As a new selection arrives in the stores, the prices start to drop every day. Several Kilomax stores operate in Tallinn.
Kilomax stores in the center can be found at Kaubamaja 1 and Tartu mnt. 47.
14. POP Kirbubutiik is a good-quality self-service flea market right in the center
POP Kirbubutiiki has a lot of good-quality clothes. The large self-service flea market has spacious fitting rooms and often offers slightly more valuable items. You can also find a good selection of old vinyls here. This flea market is definitely one of the top flea markets in town!
POP Kirbubutiik can be found behind the Solaris shopping center at A. Lauteri 1.
15. Telliskivi Kirbukas has cozy atmosphere and trendy clothes
This self-service flea market in the heart of Telliskivi is a real gem! The selection of the beautifully decorated store has a lot of trendy and lightly used clothes. Telliskivi Kirbukas also has plenty of branded clothes.
Telliskivi Kirbukas is located at Telliskivi 57.
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