Pärnu is located between Riga, Helsinki and Stockholm and the easiest to get here is by flying to Tallinn, Estonia or Riga, Latvia. Pärnu is almost half-way between the two, on the international Via Baltica or E67 road, only a couple of hours by car from each. The largest port of Estonia is in Tallinn where ferries from Helsinki arrive at almost every hour. Pärnu has a yachting marina for sailors and an airport for pilots flying small planes.

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Public transport in Pärnu County has a plastic card system. The same system applies, for example, in Tallinn and Tartu. If there is an analogue card, it will work in Pärnu. The new plastic card costs 2€ and can be purchased from any ticket sales place. When entering the bus it is necessary to validate the card.

A one hour ticket costs 2€, a daily ticket 5€, and a five-day ticket 15€. A daily ticket will be valid if the card is validated three times, a 5 day ticket applies if validated 8 times. It does not have to be done at once. For example, if you travel three different times a day and validate your own card, it automatically becomes a daily ticket.

One hour ticket can be also purchased directly from the bus driver. Then plastic card is not required. The price is 3 euros and can only be purchased by cash.

Tallinn Airport

Port of Tallinn

Train traffic of Estonia

Bus traffic of Estonia

Ferries to Kihnu, Manilaid, Ruhnu and Vormsi island

Ferries to Saaremaa, Muhu and Hiiumaa island