This weekend (April 2-3), the Tallinn Bread Festival will take place at Kultuurikatel on the outskirts of the old town.
The festival is aimed at all lovers of good food, but especially those who are interested in bread, what to put on it, and what to enjoy with it.
Amateur chefs as well as bakers, experts and professionals will share their experiences and new recipes.
All Estonians have a strong emotional bond with bread. That is why the Bread Festival is an event for the whole family.
During the festival, you will get to know the well-known bread manufacturers who have been on the market for a long time, along with a new generation of bakers who will introduce new exciting taste experiences and discoveries to festival guests.
In addition to bread, loaves and pies, there will also be a lot of other bread-related foods and equipment on offer, such as bread-made foods, bread-topped foods, cutlery, utensils, flour and other raw materials.
In connection with the festival, various workshops will be organized where everyone interested can learn baking skills and get information about bread.
The Bread Festival is open to the public on Saturday April 2, from 10:00 to 18:00, and on Sunday April 3, from 10:00 to 16:00. The price of the entrance ticket is seven euros.