Shopping in Estonia
Shopping in Estonia attracts with prices below the European average and the possibility of VAT refund on a tax-free check for purchases from 38 euros. Sales times in Estonian stores are from late June to August and from December to February.
If you don't want to spend a lot of time shopping, go to Rocca al Mare, Viru, Tasku, SadaMarket, Olemiste, Vaala, Foorum and Kristine, these malls have grocery, sporting goods, clothing, footwear, accessories, electronics stores..
Clothes, shoes, household items
Despite the fact that many complain about the late renewal of clothing and footwear collections, there are outlets in Estonia that offer products from famous designers at significant discounts all year round. This is the Marmen Outlet chain - it has stores in Tallinn, Viljandi Paldiski, Haapsalu, Maardu and Viking Line in Lootsi shopping center, next to the Port of Tallinn. They include clothes from Gant, Guess, Versace, Armani, Hugo Boss, as well as collections from local designers working for Monton, Ivo Nikkolo, Sangar, Mosaic and Bastion. Viking Line also has a grocery supermarket..
The most common brands of children's clothing in Estonia are Lenne and Kuoma..
In the old part of the city you will find many shops offering original knitwear - sweaters, scarves, hats, mittens, felt shoes, linen, clothes and table textiles in folk style. If you are interested in products made of wood, leather, glass and ceramics, you should look into the Craftsmen's Courtyard (Meistrite Hoov), where you will find all this in abundance..
For quality footwear, go to Alexandra and Euroskor stores, where men and womens footwear Gabor, Rieker, Ecco are presented, there are Italian footwear stores at reasonable prices Milano.
Delicacies and sweets
Vana Tallinn liqueur is often brought from Estonia with different fillings - orange, cream, chocolate; Viru Valge and Saaremaa vodka, sweet liqueur with sugar crystal at the bottom of Kannu Kukk. In addition, you can bring «cheese sausage», Estonian chocolates, Kalev marmalade or hand-painted marzipan.