Transfer to Parnu

People come to Pärnu to visit the oldest spas, the very first of which opened in 1838. For tourists they organize sea cruises, hiking and horseback riding through the territories of national conifer parks. The city has a calm and relaxed atmosphere.

How to get to Pärnu? Passengers first arrive at Tallinn International Airport. From there you need to take a shuttle and in 2.5 hours drive to the bus station Pärnu. If you don’t want to spend time on transplants, we recommend booking a transfer through the service The driver will arrive on time and quickly deliver to the hotel. The path will take about 1.5 hours.

The city is located on the coast of the south-western part of Estonia. It is famous for the preserved wooden houses of the XIX century, along with the furniture of that time and numerous nature reserves. On the banks of the Pärnu River there is a golden beach with fountains, neat paths and resort buildings in the neoclassical style.

What to see in Pärnu? Begin by visiting the Apostolic Orthodox Church. On the territory of the temple stands a monument to the priest Mikhelyu Suygusaaru. On weekends there are organ concerts inside. From there, take a walk along Kuninga Street to find yourself in Koidula Park, named after the national Estonian poetess Lydia Koidula. A 10 minute walk is the Cathedral of St. Elizabeth. The baroque building was built in 1747 and named after the ruling empress.

If you go further along Kuning Street, you can reach the Tallinn Gate of the XVII century and the ruins of the same name fortress. They were erected to protect the city from the raids of enemies and barbarians. One of the most beautiful houses is the Art Nouveau Ammende villa. The building used to house a casino, a club, a sanatorium, and even a library. Now there is a restaurant, where sometimes arrange art exhibitions and concerts. To explore the whole city, you can rent a car with a driver in Pärnu.

The bus is the main form of public transport connecting the center to distant areas and surroundings. But the most convenient way is to take a taxi to Pärnu. Travel around the city is more expensive, but faster. If you need to get to the airport early in the morning or at night, at a time when buses do not go, book a transfer through the service