Pärnu’s long, wide, golden-sand beach – sprinkled with volleyball courts, cafes and tiny changing cubicles – is easily the city’s main...
Museum of New Art
In the former Communist Party headquarters, this art museum has a cafe, bookshop and exhibitions that always push the cultural envelope....
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...
Pärnu’s biggest and most famous summertime nightclub has an outdoor beach terrace and a sleek multifloor interior with plenty of cosy...
Beachside dining in Pärnu is disappointingly bland but a walk up Supeluse presents appealing options, including this Italian...
Ranna pst 1 · interesting places nearby
You can experience Pärnu's famous mud baths inside the neoclassical Mudaravila.