Pärnu (Estonian pronunciation: [ˈpærˑnu]; German: Pernau) is the fourth-largest city in Estonia. Located in southwestern Estonia on the coast of Pärnu Bay, an inlet of the Gulf of Livonia in the Baltic Sea. It is a popular summer holiday resort with many hotels, restaurants, and large beaches. The Pärnu River flows through the city and drains into the Gulf of Riga. The city is served by Pärnu Airport.
Restaurants in Parnu
5.0 based on 155 reviews
In june July and August we are open every day from 10.00 - 18.00From Meet our alpacas, llamas, goats, Ouesannt sheeps(smallest sheepbreed in the world) angorabunnies and or dog Mia. Buy alpaca souvenirs or refreshments in our farmshop.
Had a lively visit to the farm with helpful and friendly staff who were calling the animals to come closer and offered explanations. Do not expect a petting zoo. The visitors, especially children are told to behave near the animals and not to startle them as lamas and alpacas are not your average household pets. This is fair also to the animals who would otherwise be simply too stressed. We did have lovely time watching the alpacas graze, chase each other and got to give them a few carrots as well as to meet the baby miniature lamb up close. The farm also has a very nice gift shop that sells handicraft woolen items. Great day with family.
5.0 based on 92 reviews
In 2007 a actual prison in Parnu was closed. Now it's reopened as the biggest escape rooms complex in Scandinavia. Are you capable to escape from an actual prison?
4.5 based on 89 reviews
Pärnu Visitor Centre in Uus Street, the central artery of the town, is there to help with tips and advice. We have a huge selection of maps and publications for getting around in the area, we can advise on finding a place to eat or stay, arranging your travel and suggest top ideas for great days out!
4.5 based on 581 reviews
Completed in 2006, the attractive Beach Promenade has the feeling of a real resort and makes the Summer Capital's beaches inviting even in bad weather! Romantically winding down the beach, the promenade surprises you with is well-thought functionality, and playfulness that comes from the use of different materials and fountains.Thought-out lighting keeps the beach active even when the sun goes down, and the playing colours of the fountains are a sight in themselves in the darkness of the night.Come and enjoy real beach feeling!.
Sand was soft and clean, enough bars and terraces - very good coffee also among drinks and food :) ...fantastic beach
4.5 based on 73 reviews
Parnu has always been an important harbour. To stop sand build-up in the river mouth, jetties made from logs were built in 1769, as ordered by the empress Catherine II. In 1863-64, new jetties were built of rocks that were transported there from the beaches of Haademeeste and Kihnu. The length of both jetties was a bit over two kilometres.The jetty on the left bank of the river has become a symbol of Parnu.The jetty has gained a romantic aura as a place for lovers to take walks on; however, before taking a walk there, be sure to check the water level! At times, the jetty can be left completely under water, but when the water level is low, you can even see the ends of the wooden poles of the previous jetty.
4.5 based on 80 reviews
This playground was constructed in summer 2010. Modern and boasting all of the latest technical solutions, it is a great place for the whole family to relax and have fun. Its attractions develop children's muscles, spatial awareness and balance. The playground has a range of attractions: a slide, climbing frames, sandpits and swings. The play area also has a safety cover. The proximity of the water and the beachside park create an enjoyable atmosphere.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
This Museum is in Aida next to the concert hall and has 11,000 years of history-Stone age,Middle ages, Baroque area, Republic of Estonia period and Estonian SSR
4.5 based on 65 reviews
At Lotte Village, located in a beautiful coastal forest, you can find Gadgetville - the magical place known from Lotte films, musicals, and books. Here are over 100 inventions, playthings and attractions waiting for you! The adventure park, high observation tower, maze and the play house are among many other exciting places to discover. During the day you can watch exciting short plays, meet Lotte, Bruno, Albert and the other nice inhabitants of Gadgetville. When the weather is warm, you can swim in the sea.
My 3 year old son absolutely loved this place! If I first thought that spending a whole day there would be too much then actually we all had a lot of fun visiting those lovely houses, enjoying fun characters and their performances and exploring all those little details that make this place so special! Definitely worth visiting :)
4.0 based on 305 reviews
The water park is a relaxing place for spending time with family and friends! The two floors of the water park accommodate 700 visitors at a time. The water park offers interesting activities for grown-ups and the young, for beginners and experienced water lovers. The more courageous visitors can use a 4 metre diving platform, and the depth of water underneath is 4 metres. Everyone riding the tube slides or torrential mountain rivers will definitely get a good shot of adrenaline. There are also pools, Jacuzzis, waterfalls, Finnish sauna and steam sauna, sauna centre Paradiisi Saunad, the Aqua bar, an outdoor heated pool (open in winter too!), a summer terrace and a bar waiting for you in the water park. The attractions of the water park allow everyone to be active - from a toddler to the elderly. The longest of the slides is 100 metres long. The shortest slide is meant for young children. The visitors sliding in tubes will not land in the pool, but safety channel.
Worth a visit with the family (waterpark). The Sauna Paradiis was a very positive surprise and definitely worth the money. Nice place to spend a rainy or why not a sunny day in Pärnu. Family ticket for water park and sauna paradise 53eur, two adults and two kids.
4.0 based on 50 reviews
A reptile zoo with lots of venomous and nonvenomous snakes, lizards, nile crocodile and tarantulas. Many of our venomous snakes are extremely rare in zoos. Guiding tours in Estonian, English, Finnish and Russian. You can also touch or hold harmless snakes and take photos.
Nice way to spend stormy Sunday being in Pärnu. Tickets only by cash. Friendly host, little bit talked about the creatures. Cozy and clean. Good visit any age and small labels with little information from where and what they eat... Awesome ????????☀️
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