Explore Pärnu in Estonia with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.
Sight 1: Kihnu Jõnn
Sight 2: Vaasa park
Sight 3: Endla Teater
Sight 4: Jakobsoni park
Jakobson Park is a park in the center of Pärnu. The park is named after August Jakobson.
Sight 5: Tallinn Gate
Tallinn Gate is a city gate in the historical fortifications of Pärnu, Estonia.
Sight 6: Munamäe park
Munamäe Park is a park in the center of Pärnu. The park surrounds an artificial elevation known as Munamäe.
Sight 7: Munamägi
The egg hill is an artificial height in the centre of Pärnu. The Mountain is Munamäe Park.
Sight 8: Elisabethi kirik
St. Elizabeth's Church is a Lutheran church in Pärnu, Estonia.
Sight 9: Georg Wilhelm Richmanni ausammas
The statue of Georg Wilhelm Richmann is a monument to physicist Georg Wilhelm Richmann, located at the intersection of Kuninga and Nikolai streets in Pärnu, who is considered one of the inventors of the lightning rod.
Sight 10: Pärnu Suurmärter Katariina kirik
St. Catherine's Church, Pärnu is a Russian Orthodox church in Pärnu, Estonia.
Sight 11: Punane torn
Red Tower (Pärnu) is a tower in Pärnu, Estonia. The tower is only building of medieval New-Pärnu Fortress, which is preserved until today. The tower is named after the red bricks which are used to line the inside and outside of the tower.
Sight 12: Pärnu kitsarööpmelise raudtee mälestusmärk
The memorial to the Pärnu narrow gauge railway is a memorial at the Pärnu Bus Station, consisting of a locomotive and wagon.
Sight 13: Monument to declaring the independence of the Republic of Estonia
The memorial to the proclamation of the Republic of Estonia is a memorial dedicated to the proclamation of the Republic of Estonia on Independence Square in Pärnu on 23 February 1918.
Sight 14: Pärnu Issandamuutmise kirik
The Lord's Transfiguration Orthodox Church is an Orthodox church in Pärnu, Estonia. The church belongs to Estonian Apostolic Orthodox Church.
Sight 15: Koidula park
Koidula Park is a park in the center of Pärnu. The park is named after Lydia Koidula.
Sight 16: Lydia Koidula
The Lydia Koidula monument is a monument set up on Lydia Koidula in Pärnu Lydia Koidula Park. The monument is recognised as a national cultural monument.
Sight 17: Paul Keres
Paul Kerese's memorial is a monument set up in Pärnu on 11 August 1996 in front of the former Pärnu Son Gymnasium on the street of Pärnu on 11 August 1996.
Sight 18: Pärnu adventkirik
AKEL Pärnu Adventist Church is a church in Pärnu at Karja 3.
Sight 19: Pärnu Vanapark
The Old Park is a park in Pärnu. It was founded in 1831 and is the oldest park in the city of Pärnu.
Sight 20: Pärnu Immaanueli baptistikoguduse palvela
EEKBKL Pärnu Immaanuel Baptist Church prayer hall is the oldest Baptist prayer hall in Pärnu.
Disclaimer Please be aware of your surroundings and do not enter private property. We are not liable for any damages that occur during the tours.
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