Medieval Tallinn was a bustling trade centre, one of the great Northern European merchant cities, and some traditions of the craft and artistic work of that period continue today. We will take a walk through the cobblestone streets of Old Town to visit the art galleries on picturesque Long Leg and Short Leg streets. From there we will proceed to Katariina Käik (Catherine´s Passage), where master craftsmen are busy producing fine, hand-made goods in workshops built into the original stone buildings of this medieval lane. You can watch glass-blowers, goldsmiths and other masters at work, and buy their wares and other unique Estonian souvenirs directly from the artists. After the walk, we stop at the Estonian Handicraft House for a workshop in needle felting, making national beaded necklaces, making cotton fabric necklaces, or woodblock printing.