As I mentioned in my previous post, the shops at Tallin's Old Town are charming and such a delight to visit. I love that their crafts are handmade and are authentically Estonian. One of my pet-peeves is seeing souvenirs sold in a country like for example Germany but their souvenirs are made in China (just an example). Just my opinion, but it doesn't make sense buying a souvenir if the souvenir is not made in the country I'm visiting.
A cobblestone street in the Old Town.
Old Town's market square.
One of the well-known restaurants in the area - Olde Hans - that serves authentic Estonian cuisine.
A peek into the Master's Courtyard - full of craft shops.
Shops at the Master's Courtyard offering handmade items and souvenirs.
How would you like to eat here?
I think this one is cute - a pig window box.
Another charming craft shop.