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    T1 Mall of Tallinn Shopping and Entertainment Center

    T1 Mall of Tallinn is the newest shopping centre in the city, where classical commerce and entertainment meet in an innovative way. People can come here by tram, bus, train, or even by plane. There is a 36-metre-high atrium, windows that are almost 6 metres high, gigantic glass domes, and a Ferris wheel on the roof of the building, which presents a new horizon for Tallinn. Come and escape your everyday life. Here, you can enjoy entertainment in an area as large as three soccer fields, the biggest restaurant area in Estonia, a discovery centre, and a cinema.
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    TripAdvisor® Traveler Reviews

    TripAdvisor logo tripadvisor rating 3.5 of 5

    based on 48 reviews

    • Bad, bad, bad

      tripadvisor rating 1 of 5
      July 22, 2023 By greattexasfan

      Bad, bad, bad. Even worse. No parking information, just ticket if you don’t follw the secret rules. No valid information at all. No explanations. Anything you can do wrong, they did it. Anything you... Read more comments

    • Wtf were they thinking

      tripadvisor rating 1 of 5
      December 14, 2022 By whydouneedmynamethoo

      Fully deserted, everything is overpriced, next to it is ulemiste center that is cheaper, has much more stores and is actually normal place to go

    • Lost customers

      tripadvisor rating 2 of 5
      October 22, 2022 By Heli P

      Who has the money to keep an almost deserted shopping mall up and running for three years? I took advantage of the situation and bought more leather shoes with 70% reduction.