Pärnu Travel guide
Pärnu : Michelin's recommendations
Sun umbrellas and beach towels are in order for a visit to Pärnu, this seaside resort which is highly regarded among Estonians for its fine sandy beach nestling in a sheltered bay. From the early 19C onwards, it enjoyed a golden age drawing those in search of a spa cure and the benefits of its mud bath treatments. Today’s thermal facilities complement Pärnu’s small yet bustling historic centre and delightful villas which strolling visitors can admire.
Tourist attractions Pärnu : Things to see and do
Nikolai EST - Pärnu
Pärnu’s historic heritage in the form of old houses and churches is concentrated in the old town. Once finished on the beach, tourists tend to head for the cafés lining its little streets, making this a lively place. The main street, Rüütli, is pedes..
Tammssaare Puiestee EST - Pärnu
The resort quarter lies to the south of the old town. The bay of Pärnu is fringed by a long strip of splendid sand which understandably attracts hordes of holidaymakers in quest of relaxation, seaside pleasures and boating. The district also has some..
Hospidali 6 EST - 80010 Pärnu
Located in the centre of Pärnu, this traditional hotel is only a 10-minute walk along beautiful tree-lined streets away from the beach. The St. Peterburg provides a unique opportunity to enjoy a 17th-century atmosphere combined with modern comfort a..
Rüütli 45 EST - 80011 Pärnu
The Hotel Bristol is right in the centre of Pärnu in a unique red brick building of Gothic design that was built in 2 stages. The part of the building in the corner of Rüütli and Hommiku Streets was erected at the end of the 19th century. There is a..
Kuninga 38 EST - 80010 Pärnu
Prix Prices from : 52 €
The Koidulapark Hotel is situated next to the park named after the poet Lydia Koidula in the centre of Pärnu. It only takes 10 minutes to walk down to the beach. The hotel rooms have a superb view of the 150-year-old oak avenue and the park On the ..