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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.
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.
The musician Raimond Valgre who played in Parnu in 1930s and brought the town a lot of fame, can today be found sitting in the park near Kuursaal, as a bronze statue. The author of the statue is Rait Parg.You too can sit down next to the beloved Estonian composer and enjoy his beautiful compositions. Also be sure to go to the traditional Homage to Valgre musical night that takes place every summer, when Estonian star singers perform Valgre's immortal songs at the outdoor stage.
The so called Tallinn Gate used to mark the beginning of the postal road from Parnu to Tallinn and was built during the Swedish period in the 17th century. The medieval fortification system of Parnu was almost fully destroyed in the preceding Livonian War. The town was surrounded by an entrenchment and one could leave the town through the Vee varav (Water gate) which led to the riverside and into the direction of Riga.During the teardown of the fortification in the 19th century only the Tallinn Gate was preserved, as well as the embankments and the trench that leads to the Venuse Bastion at the riverside - the so called Vallikaar.Now visitors are welcome to walk through the monumental Baroque gate and marvel at the beautiful beach district of Parnu!
Completed in 1768, the Church of Jekaterina is the most style pure and ample baroque church in Estonia. The design of facades characteristically for baroque disjunct and relief, the six broaches are finished with slender needle-shaped tips that add lightness and festiveness to the building. Since church is built a century before the majority of orthodox churches, it differs from them from architectural point of view but at the same time it has influenced the development of orthodox church architecture in whole Balticum.Interesting to know!Parnu church of Jekaterina was built by order and with financing of Russian queen Catherine the II.To this day Parnu Russian congregation operates in the church.
Eliisabet's Church, inaugurated in 1750, is the most outstanding sacral building of the Baroque period in Estonia. The beautiful church in the centre of Parnu invites you to step in and look around to see a pulpit in the Neo-Gothic style from the middle of the 19th century, the altar and the altarpiece “Resurrection”. One of the best organs in Estonia is in Eliisabet's Church and the place is popular as a concert hall among music lovers.Interesting to know!The church got its name from Russian Empress Jelizaveta thanks to whom the congregation got a Lutheran church.
On Ruutli street situates the modern city sculpture perfect example - the life-size sculpture of Johann Voldemar Jannsen, the father of Estonian journalism. Hard hat in one hand and newspaper in the other he is like stopped for a moment to peek into today's Parnu Postimees office windows!Interesting to know!According to belief touching the page of Perno Postimees in Jannsen's hand will bring you good news this day!Monument created by professor Mati Karmin was ordered by Parnu Postimees for 150th birthday of newspaper Perno Postimees that first came out in 1857.
Koidula park in the Parnu centre is one of the most loved parks in the town, you can enjoy the beauty of flowers and the babbling of fountains. Lydia Koidula (1843-1886) was known poetess, publicist, and a social figure from the national awakening period, as well as the author of the first play in Estonian. Parnu was the town of her youth. In 1925 it a decision to build a monument and park dedicated to her was made. The opening ceremony of the sculpture by Amandus Adamson was held in 1929. This is also the last work of the sculptor.
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What are the best hotels near Parnu Beach Promenade?
Rannahotell, Estonia Resort Hotel & Spa, and Hedon SPA & Hotel are some of the most popular hotels for travelers looking to stay near Parnu Beach Promenade. See the full list: Hotels near Parnu Beach Promenade.
What are the best hotels near Tervise Paradiis Water Park?
Popular hotels close to Tervise Paradiis Water Park include Rannahotell, Tervise Paradiis spaa-hotell & veekeskus, and Kurgo Villa Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Tervise Paradiis Water Park.
Which hotels are closest to Ulemiste Airport?
Popular hotels close to Ulemiste Airport include Palace Hotel Tallinn, a member of Radisson Individuals, Centennial Hotel Tallinn, and ibis Tallinn Center. See the full list: Hotels near (TLL) Ulemiste Airport.
What are the best pet-friendly hotels in Parnu?
Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Parnu are Estonia Resort Hotel & Spa, Hedon SPA & Hotel, and Strand SPA & Conference Hotel. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Parnu.
What are the best cheap hotels in Parnu?
Popular cheap hotels in Parnu include Viiking Spa Hotel, Hotel & Restaurant Villa Wesset, and Estonia Medical Spa & Hotel. See the full list: Cheap Hotels in Parnu.
What are the best hotels with a spa in Parnu?
Estonia Resort Hotel & Spa, Hedon SPA & Hotel, and Viiking Spa Hotel have a spa and received excellent reviews from travelers in Parnu. See the full list: Parnu Spa Resorts.
Which hotels in Parnu are good for families?
Rannahotell, Viiking Spa Hotel, and Strand SPA & Conference Hotel all received great reviews from families traveling in Parnu. See the full list: