Easily the most picturesque of Old Town's lanes, this half-hidden walkway runs behind what used to be St. Catherine's Church.
It connects Vene street with the Müürivahe street where the town's famous knit market operates.
What makes the passage particularly interesting is that it's home to the St. Catherine's Guild, a collection of craft workshops where artists use traditional methods to create and sell glassware, hats, quilts, ceramics, jewellery, hand-painted silk and other wares. The workshops are housed in the small, 15th- to 17th-century rooms on the south side of the lane, and are set up in an open-studio fashion so visitors can watch the artists at work, be it glass-blowing, weaving or pottery making.
As absorbing as these displays can be, St. Catherine's passage is more about ambience than anything else. No other place in Tallinn combines creativity with a medieval atmosphere quite like it.
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Passage is a traditional historical midevel street. It may not be an attraction per se, but rather part of the Old City, which is nice to include in your walking tour.
It was very quirky....and little creepy,but worth a look and walk through this alley way.It is very old with some souvenir stalls along the way.
A very peaceful, and traditional street, well worth using as part of your tour around Tallin, hard to describe as an attraction but definitely worth seeing.