Flea markets, second-hand stores and vintage stores are popular in Tallinn. The city has several traditional flea markets, self-service flea markets focused on high-quality clothes, and stylish vintage stores.
Visiting flea markets is fun and relaxing, a good way to see the city and, of course, possibility to find wonderful treasures. There are already many second-hand shops right in the center of Tallinn. If you want to liven up your trip to Tallinn with a flea market tour, grab our tips for a successful second hand shopping trip.
In this article, we list the 13 best second hand store tips for Tallinn. The flea markets, vintage and second hand stores are not in particular order, so read the article and save your favourites for your next trip to Tallinn!
1. Uuskasutuskeskus is a versatile flea market with a good cause
Uuskasutuskeskus is a flea market, where anyone can donate clothes, dishes, furniture, technology, home textiles and really any usable item in good condition. There is a lot of quality stuff on offer at very low prices.
You can make excellent finds at this thrift store, both in terms of clothes and furniture. Once a month in stores, discount sales, when clothes and textiles mostly cost one euro and all other goods are sold at half price.
Uuskasutuskeskus has several stores in Tallinn. You can check the locations of the stores on the Uuskasutuseskus website. One store is located in the Arsenal shopping center, which also has a good selection of outlet stores.
Uuskasutuskeskus is ran by non-profit organization. All profits are donated to support social projects, such as anti-bullying campaigns in schools.
2. Sarapuu Kirbukas is a high-quality and large second hand market
Sarapuu Kirbukas is a large self-service flea market that mainly sells women’s clothing. This flea market is popular among bloggers and celebrities from Tallinn. The names of famous people are usually marked on the points of sale.
Sarapuu has a lot of trendy clothes, which are often in top condition. The prices vary a lot, as there are both cheap and expensive branded products. Sarapuu Kirbukas is located in Pelgulinn and is only a short walk away from Telliskivi.
Address is Ristiku 12
3. In Kalamaja Bazaar, you can find designer clothes at a good price
Kalamaja Basaar is also a self-service flea market and, as its name suggests, is located in the Kalamaja district. This flea market is compact in size and its shelves also contain mostly women’s clothing.
Just like in Sarapuu, the prices of clothes at this flea market vary a lot. In Kalamaja Bazaar’s sleds, you can find branded products as well as clothes from more affordable chain stores.
Address is Soo 1b/7
4. Sveta Vintage offers trendy retro clothes
Sveta Vintage focuses on selling trendy clothes from past decades. At Sveta Vintage you can find a wonderful retro dress, vintage Levi’s or a beautifully patinated leather jackets. There are also some new clothes by Estonian designers on sale.
Sveta Vintage’s selection is carefully sourced. It is more of a stylish store than a traditional flea market. Sveta Vintage reminds of second-hand stores in Los Angeles.
5. Fankadelik Vintage is a stylish second hand store
Fankadelik Vintage is one of Tallinn’s first clothing stores specializing in vintage. Fankadelik Vintage has shops right next to Sveta Vintage and in the old town.
The selection of this vintage store consists of clothes that are carefully selected and sourced from around the world. There are real gems from past decades. At Fankadelik Vintage you can find stylish and lady like clothes and accessories.
6. Find treasures at Humana Vintage
Humana has several stores in Tallinn. Vintage Humana, located on the Tartu highway, right near Stockmann, is a place worth visiting. Vintage Humana has only older clothes instead of the usual Humana store selection.
Another Vintage Humana can also be found in Kalamaja, right next to Balti Jaama market. Humana regularly has discount campaigns where you can find cool clothes for as cheap as one euro.
Humana Vintage can be found at Tartu mnt. 29 and from Kalamaja from Kotzebue 27.
7. Sõbralt Sõbrale is a flea market that does charity
Sõbralt Sõbrale is also a flea market that donates the profit to charity and especially to support families in need. The selection of this flea market includes clothes, furniture, dishes, art and just about anything.
The prices are very affordable. There are three Sõbralt Sõbrale stores in Tallinn. One can be found on the upper floor of Balti Jaama market. It’s definitely worth checking out if you’re visiting there.
Sõbralt Sõbrale means “from friend to friend”, which perfectly describes the flea market’s operating idea!
8. Paavli Kaltsukas is a huge flea market with an amazing selection of children’s clothes
Paavli Kaltsukas is located in Pohja-Tallinn, slightly north of Kalamaja. Paavli Kaltsukas is a huge flea market that operates on two floors. One floor is reserved entirely for children’s clothes and one floor for adults.
Paavli Kaltsukas’ selection includes clothing for every weather and purpose for both men and women. If you’re looking for cool basic clothes, you’ll surely find an affordable option for every style here.
The address is Paavli 2a.
9. You can find almost anything from Keskturg flea market
In addition to food, Kesturg sells practically everything possible. Of course, there is also its own section for used clothes and other second-hand goods. There are a lot of clothes and things of all kinds. It can easily take an hour or two to go through Tori’s selection.
At Keskturgi’s flea market, you can find retro gems and little used trendy stuff. Market sellers are often ready to negotiate the price.
10. Kilomax lowers prices every day
Kilomax is a chain specializing in second-hand clothes, which operates in the Baltic region. Kilomax buys its selection directly from the sorting plants of recycling centers in Italy, England, Switzerland and the Netherlands. There are many brands on offer that cannot be found in Estonia or the Nordic countries.
Kilomax’s entire selection changes once a month. As a new selection arrives in the stores, the prices start to drop every day. Several Kilomax stores operate in Tallinn.
Kilomax stores in the center can be found at Kaubamaja 1 and Tartu mnt. 47.
11. POP Kirbubutiik is a high-quality self-service second hand store right in the center
POP Kirbubutiiki has a lot of high-quality clothes. The large self-service flea market has spacious fitting rooms and often offers slightly more valuable items. You can also find a good selection of old vinyls here. This flea market is definitely one of the top flea markets in town!
POP Kirbubutiik can be found behind the Solaris shopping center at A. Lauteri 1.
12. Telliskivi Kirbukas has atmosphere and trendy clothes
This self-service flea market in the heart of Telliskivi is a real gem! The selection of the beautifully decorated store includes a lot of trendy and lightly used clothes. Telliskivi Kirbukakis also has plenty of branded clothes.
Telliskivi Kirbukas is located at Telliskivi 57.
13. The Basaar can be found on the upper floor of the Balti Jaama market
The upper floor of Balti Jaama tori is a true second-hand shop lover’s heaven! In addition to vintage stores and Sõbralt Sõbrale, which focuses on charity, there is also a new type of self-service flea market, Basaar. You can pay for the clothes, accessories and shoes on sale at Bazaar using the Bazaar application by scanning the QR code on the price tag on your phone. The application requires an Estonian phone number to work. Of course, you can also pay without an app. You can find really good quality and clean clothes in the bazaar. There is a lot of clothes by Estonian designers and celebrities. Also a lot of clothes designer brands such as Balenciaga, Acne and Céline.
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