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...
Drop by the old 1930s pharmacy to admire the clever restoration that has turned it into a smooth late-night haunt. Fabulous decor...
The name roughly translates as ‘organic-ish’, and local, seasonal fare is the focus of this cosy all-day cafe. There are cooked...
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Pärnu Museum information
Despite its modest size, this museum covers 11,000 years of regional history. Archaeological finds and relics from the city’s Livonian, Russian and Soviet periods are on display.