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Leave the cold weather blues at home; it’s time to party!


07. November 2013

Leave the cold weather blues at home; it’s time to party!

November is finally here with its cold autumn breeze and long dark nights. It’s the perfect time to discover Tallinn’s cosiest pubs and wildest clubs for an unforgettable night.

 

VABANK

Vabank is an exclusive nightclub located in a former bank house for people who love the glamorous lifestyle and high-class parties (pay attention to the dress code). There are many performers (air acrobats and dancers) you can’t keep your eyes off of and DJ’s who bring out your best dance moves. Vabank is a club for people who are looking for something a littlebit different, yet with a classy atmosphere.

Harju 13, Tallinn 

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PROTEST

Protest is another cosy bar in Tallinn with the motto “live and let live“. It has a cool open-minded atmosphere with friendly and helpful staff. Protest is usually packed with a younger crowd but that doesn’t mean you’re not welcome at any age. It’s a great bar to chill at before heading to town for clubbing or just relax with a refreshing drink and good company.

Mere puiestee 6a, Tallinn

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KOHT

This pub is definitely one of Tallinn’s hidden nightlife treasures. It’s a really small and cozy place with a great beer selection.It might be a little bit hard to spot but look for the sign on the door:is open when Koht isn’t closed“. It even has a fireplace, often surrounded by talented musicians jamming. There’s no better place to be on a cold November night.

Lai 8, Tallinn

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HELL HUNT

Hell Hunt claims to be the first Estonian Pub. I don’t know if it’s true or not, but in one thing I’m sure of – it’s definitely a pub with a character. Hell Hunt is really popular among young locals, so you can expect it to be pretty crowded at weekends. It has a great selection of beer, including its own brews, cool interior and is one of the “must visit“ pubs in Tallinn.

Pikk 39, Tallinn

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