Here you’ll find true ghetto romance: wooden houses, long avenues, walks on the railway and through empty old factories. This bohemian part of town is developing and opening up, but without losing the sights, sounds and smells of old. We can track down the best cakes in Tallinn and find the city’s most romantic buildings.


Anyone looking for a stark contrast to their everyday lives and who has an interest in the Soviet era will appreciate the confronting experience that the Patarei prison provides (open May-September). A portrait taken of you here will be a memory you hold on to forever! But don’t drag your feet – these buildings might not stay the way they are for much longer.

This is a great part of town for a stylish retro shoot. Ask us for advice on where to find vintage clothing in Tallinn.