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07. November 2013

Something for everyone

Located just a quick bus ride from the city centre, Kristiine is the one stop shop for families.

 

In this two level shopping centre you will find clothing, accessories, eyeglasses, children’s clothing and toys, and much more. There is no shortage of shoes either –find top name shops like Högl, Geox, Crocs, Ecco or browse through shops like ABC King for an even bigger selection of brand names.

In addition to the shoes, fashion, and accessories at Kristiine you will also find electronics stores, like the authorised Apple reseller IM Arvutid, as well as the Apollo bookstore, which has a good selection of books in Estonian, Russian, and English. You won’t go hungry either with over a dozen restaurants, cafés, and snack bars to choose from.

Location

Kristiine Shopping Centre (Kristiine Keskus), Endla 45, Tallinn.

A free bus runs (almost every half hour) between the A and D terminals at the port and Kristiine and Rocca al Mare Shopping Centres.

Restaurants:

■ Kohvik Brezza

A stylish sushi bar offering Japanese delicacies!

■ BabyBack Ribs & BBQ Baby Back serves all your American favourites – ribs, burgers, and more!

■ Kristiine Bistro Serving breakfast as well as salads, soups, main courses and mouthwatering desserts.

■ SushiRong One of Estonia’s only sushi train restaurants.

■ DaVinci Pasta & Pizza An Italian family restaurant serving pizza, pasta, and house made gelato.

■ Chopsticks Asian dishes served fast and fresh for dine-in or takeaway.

■ Kohvik Gnomo A bistro restaurant with a menu changing daily.

■ Prima Pizza & Pasta A casual Italian restaurant.

TEXT KRISTINA LUPP, PHOTOS ANDREI CHERTKOV

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