The best recommendations and information for traveling in Pärnu city and county can be found here on our website – welcome! Take a look around and see why to visit Pärnu, what’s exciting here, and check out our recommendations. The Useful information menu button brings together accommodation and catering providers, public transport and parking information and much more.
We also recommend the map application of Visit Estonia which presents tourism information for both Pärnu county and the rest of Estonia.
If you want an answer to a more specific question or need personal suggestions, please contact us and we will be happy to help if possible. We can provide information related to visiting Pärnu and share our experiences, but unfortunately we do not have information for accommodation availability and do not sell services directly.
Where to find tourist information?
Visit Pärnu provides tourist information all year round via the web, e-mail and telephone, and we distribute brochures via some local businesses. In Pärnu County, there are local information points in different locations, some of which operate seasonally and some all year round.
You will find three RMK (National Forest Management) nature and visitor centers in Pärnu county and the surrounding national parks. There you will find the best overview of regional nature and recreation. RMK visitor centers share practical information, offer hobby and study programs, and also sell great souvenirs.
You can read and download all of our practical brochures digitally. Our three main print brochures are available at Visit Pärnu brochure points.
You can find the locations of our pop-up tourist information point, unmanned brochure stands, regional information points and RMK visitor centers on the map below.
- Brochure stand in the lobby of the Museum of New Art
- Brochure stand in the lobby of Pärnu Museum
- Brochure stand in the lobby of the Beach Stadium
- Brochure stand in the lobby of the Pernova Nature House
You will find brochures in the Tori village community center and Tori Horse Breeding Farm Museum with recommendations for visiting the area.
The community center is open Mon-Fri 10: 00-17:00.
The Horse Farm Museum is open Mon-Fri from 9:00 to 17:00.
Both locations are wheelchair accessible. Both buildings have public restrooms and local souvenirs for sale.
The information point in Tõstamaa Manor Museum is open from 15.06 to 21.08 every day from 12:00 to 18:00.
The information point has tourist publications and recommendations for visiting the area. Guided tours of both the manor and the village can be ordered here. The building has a restroom and local souvenirs for sale.
The information point of Lihula Manor Museum is open during the opening hours of the museum. The museum is currently undergoing renovations.
The information point has tourist publications and recommendations for visiting the area. The building has a restroom and local souvenirs for sale.