Literally ‘between the walls’, Müürivahe skirts the inside of the Old City wall next to the busy Viru gate – the main entrance to old Tallinn. Today it is home to many little shops, thriving off the dense tourist traffic that swells the streets.
Woollen market – a famous and apparently permanent knitwear market offers hats, gloves, jumpers and virtually anything you can make out of wool from a series of open stalls propped against the old city wall – shopping as it might have looked 500 years ago.
Kodukäsitöö – gifts and souvenirs
Loitsukeller – gifts and souvenirs
Myy Art – a trio of artists sell their own ceramics and textiles as well as some graphic art