A day out in a shopping centre can be as likeable as sightseeing, with many Estonian shopping centres showing off pristine interiors and housing a range of restaurants. Also enjoyment like a cinema, skating rink and sport clubs may be found in many shopping centres. And if you get hungry experiencing all this - you have quite wide selection of sushi, pizza and other cafes and restaurants on the spot.
1. Lounakeskus Shopping And Recreation Centre
Southern Estonia's biggest shopping and recreation centre, Lounakeskus, offers more than 160 different shops and services. Bring the family! The centre boasts its full-sized ice rink, operating year-round; the AHHAA 4D experience cinema; a driving school for children with electric cars; a sports club; the AHHAA Science Centre; and much more. Lounakeskus has a wide range of fast food outlets, restaurants and traditional cafes. All of the eateries in the centre offer free WiFi. You're bound to spend an enjoyable day at Lounakeskus!
2. Astri Centre
The Astri centre is the biggest shopping and entertainment complex in Narva. It boasts more than 50 different stores and is home to the 3 screens of Forum Cinemas Astri. It also has a fast food restaurant and two bars. There is an exciting playroom for children where parents can leave their little ones in the care of professional childminders. The underground car park is one of the biggest in the city. The Astri centre was designed to shop with an extensive choice of stores and as an excellent place for people to meet and spend time together. Fashion brands like H&M, Newyorker, Reserver, Lindex etc
5. Viru Keskuse Rahva Raamat
In 2016. Rahva Raamat in Viru Keskus was nominated as one of the four best bookstores in the world by the London Book Fair. It is the largest bookstore in Estonia, with kilometres of bookshelves boasting over two floors. It offers plenty of cosy nooks to sit down and discover new and exciting literature. It also has the largest selection of English and Russian literature in Estonia. Rahva Raamat is also an excellent place for meeting people and getting together with friends in its famous cafes: Cafe Gustav on the third and French-style More on the fourth floor. There is also a place for children's activities.
Kaubamajakas is a shopping mall in Pärnu, Estonia. Kaubamajakas is the biggest shopping mall in Pärnu.In 2007, the centre was expanded, and the number of tenants increased to 55. During the 2014 addition, a restaurant floor was added. After the last expansion, the centre's total area is 23,500 square meters, of which 18,400 square meters is leasable. The centre has about 65 shops and service providers in the new conditions.
5. Solaris Centre
Welcome to Solaris – an environmentally pleasant shopping centre in the heart of Tallinn. We're home to a wide choice of shops, from which you can find ethereal local designs, unique pieces of jewellery, ceramics from internationally acknowledged Estonian artists and much more. Brands such as New Vintage by Kriss and KUMA, with other top designers of Estonia, offer their most spectacular products in Solaris. They are displaying and selling products and clothing from hundreds of Estonian designers, bringing the creation of our nation closer to the client. Come and find a one-of-a-kind gift for your loved one or something special for yourself! When the shopping is done, we're waiting for you in one of our 14 dining places. Represented are Asian, Middle Eastern and European kitchens and the town's biggest vegan food sortiment. On 0 floor, you can also find a great grocery store, where many of the locals love to buy their everyday food from.
Tasku Shopping Centre is a shopping mall in Tartu, Estonia. Next to Tasku is located Emajõe Business Centre.
Tasku was opened in 2008. Kalle Rõõmuse designed the building. The style of the building is Modern architecture. Arhitektuuribüroo, and interior works were done by Vaikla Disain.
Besides many shops, Tasku also accommodates a multiplex cinema Cinamon (until 2020), Dorpat Conference Centre and a large book store (Rahva Raamat).
It is a shopping mall in Tartu, Estonia. The mall belongs to Tallinna Kaubamaja Grupp.
The mall was built in 2005. In 2013, a new children's and the home world was opened in Tartu Kaubamaja. In 2015–16, the mall was renovated.
Kvartal Business and Leisure Centre in the city centre of Tartu offers the residents and visitors of Tartu many shopping chances, an opportunity to spend time at its cosy cafés, and numerous beauty and health services.
The luxury V Spa Hotel and Conference Centre, which houses Estonia's most enjoyable water park and sauna centre, is also open in Kvartal, along with a Wellness Centre.
The slogan of Kvartal, 'At the Heart of Tartu', confirms that this is a business quarter that loves Tartu with all its heart and breathes in the same rhythm with the events that take place in the city.
Eeden is a community centre that offers its customers everything they need daily: groceries, clothing and footwear, cosmetics and jewellery, household and technical goods, children's goods, pet goods, animal clinic and grooming salon, FitLife sports club, parcel machines, Apollo cinema, etc.
A convenient car park on the side of the building faces the A. Le Coq sports centre. The car park has 314 parking spaces on three floors.
You can eat at O'Learys, Chi, Chopsticks, Poke Bowl, Hesburger, Boost Juice Bars, Pizzakiosk, Sõõrikumeistrid donuts, and Coffee In & Yo.
10. Norde Centrum
Norde Centrum changed after repairing and expanding its name to Nautica.
There are now two floors, a few restaurants, cafe shops, WC, and now it's a pleasant leisure centre just opposite D and A terminal of Tallinn City Port in front of the seaside. Recommend to visit it not deliberately just for the sake of it but when it's on the way and if you are going for example by boat- it an excellent place to visit to buy snacks drinks and whatever you like inc souvenirs for your future trip.