The best known Estonian resort
Pärnu is more than just a summer city – it is also a place for conferences, theatre performances and concerts. Besides being a resort, Pärnu is also a Hanseatic city, a harbour city and a university city.
However, the sleepy rhythm of Pärnu changes completely when the flag of the Estonian summer capital starts flying high on the summer equinox – life on the beach, dozens of festivals, night clubs and the big party crowd that have moved here. People say that if you haven't seen your friends for some time, you will see them all in summer in Pärnu.
The city regains its sleepy atmosphere in autumn. Only students and schoolchildren can disturb this peace. Many people prefer this quiet Pärnu and spent an autumn weekend relaxing in a spa with a conference or a trip to a cozy villa offering some peace and quiet. It is hard to say why, but Pärnu seems to have more Christmas spirit in December than many other places. All these bright wreaths of lights that decorate the streets and the glow of Christmas trees...
The tour in Pärnu takes about 1,5-2 hours. During that you will learn about the history and nowadays of Pärnu. It is a great way to take in the sights, while you are spending your holiday in one of the spas of Pärnu! Pärnu is about 120km from Tallinn, if booked as a daytrip, the tour will last around 8 hours.