The typical star shape of the 17th-century Swedish ramparts that surrounded the old town can easily be spotted on a colour map as most...
OK, so it’s now white but the city’s oldest building (dating from the 15th century) was once clad in red brick and was also bigger. This...
Pärnu’s best theatre, staging a wide range of performances (usually in Estonian). It also houses an art gallery and an open-air cafe.
Housed in an 1834 postal building, this rustic tavern has excellent Russian cuisine, a convivial crowd (especially after a few vodka...
Lonely Planet review
Big, colourful and decidedly upbeat, as all good Tex-Mex places should be, but if you’re looking for heavy-duty spice you won’t find it here. Fajitas, burritos and quesadillas all score goals, plus there are margaritas and tequilas for the grown-ups and a play area for the kids.