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Hoppe is the medieval outlet store that can be found inside the UNESCO Heritage building close to the Old Town Square in Tallinn. Dating back to the 14th century, the building houses not only Shoppe but also Olde Hansa - the world-renowned medieval...more
We found this little store by luck just wandering around old town. Atmosphere is chilled. The young man who was in shop made us try local schnaps ( while we were standing on one leg and shouting in Estonian - as this is the lroper...More
They are so good at re-creating a medieval atmosphere. If you are in Tallinn you must visit this shoppe and tavern. The staff are all very friendly and hospitable. This place alone makes me want to revisit Tallinn.
This small shop has staff in period dress who are shop-minder/entertainers. Everything in this shop is interesting and would make unique souvenirs, not the mass produced stuff of souvenir shops. The wares range form goblets, to period clothing, to soap and food.
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find everything from the medieval ages here. from curled up shoes to onion jams, Olde Hansa is an Estonian heritage, preserving its countrys culture excellently.
do take back home a souvenir from here. it will be worth it.
What a treat and how much fun! Entering the shop is like entering the 15th century; costumes, goblets, wooden spoons most of it handmade and refreshingly Estonian. They are also happy to offer sample of their local delicacies such as the onion preserves (jam), schnapps...More
Lovely place full of medieval products. Also a bar and restaurant. Staff are dressed in medieval attire and are really lovely and friendly for a chat and some background into medieval attire and traditions. Sandra was so helpful on advice on interesting things and places...More
There was a tour group of 30 of us off the Viking Sea cruise ship. The tour director paraded us through this quaint shop and they gave everyone a free package of honey flavored almonds. They were delicious. The wait staff seemed genially pleased to...More
Having sampled the delights of the restaurant this is a must. The variety of items on sale is quite unique and the staff in their medieval costumes are a delight. Their English is superb and one lady in particular had a brilliant sense of humour....More
Historical glassware and eating and cooking utensils, which are perfectly usable in modern home too -as are spices and metalwork. A must see for a history enthusiastic who appreciates authenticity, some items (esp. glass) are replicas of extant items - no cheap plastic crap here....More