Address: Tammsaare puiestee 16, Parnu, Estonia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Tammsaare puiestee 16, Parnu, is near Narva Knights' Fortress, Red Tower, Pushkin Street, and Dark Park.
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Travel Blogs from Parnu

Mud Bath Anyone?

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Aug 22, 2015

21 photos

... covered in the names of the fallen and commemorative sayings- that surprisingly I can't read!

Made famous by the healing properties of it's mud this little seaside town like so many others blossoms in the summer with the tourism boom but it's not nearly as crowded on the beach as I had expected.

Two mega resorts front the water with huge mud spas. This is the place to be if you really want to pay an absurd amount of money to play in the mud! ...

Tallin/Parnu, Estonia

A travel blog entry by harrislazarus on Jul 10, 2015

Well, somehow my photos got deleted from Tallinn, which was by far my most favorite city on this trip so far. It's like a town out of a fairy tale. Fortunately I backed it up to Facebook, but it's private so no one can see it. Send an email if you want me to send to you. Also the photos from Parnu, Estonia and Riga, Latvia were deleted but backed ...

Parnu, getting naked with the locals, with photos!

A travel blog entry by rhiannonpurple on Jun 10, 2015

1 comment, 17 photos

... is a beautiful pale colour and stretches for miles, with dunes behind and lovely oak parks behind that. The oaks were full of strange (to me) birds that sadly kept themselves hidden but shared their sweet, beautiful songs with me. Give me a beach and I'm usually first into the sea any day, but the sea is so shallow I think I'd give up after the first mile and the sea (and maybe the whole Baltic?) is a strange dark tea colour. I guess that could be the tannin ...

Winding up our Baltic leg of the trip

A travel blog entry by jannettek on May 26, 2015

3 comments, 32 photos

Sometimes surprising things turn up in out of the way places.

Driving south we detoured to Haapsalu to see the Railway Station. And we were glad we did. The platform here, at over 200 metres long, was at one time the longest in Northern Europe. It was built in 1904 for Tsar Nicholas II and ...

Cruise Day 9

A travel blog entry by jas20j on Jun 03, 2014

8 photos

... 8217;s solution started in the 13th century by building a system of high thick walls, guard towers and gates. Today nearly two kilometres of its original wall still stands and Tallinn boasts one of Europe’s best preserved medieval fortifications.

Walking through the main Viru Gates, we followed the deep cobbled stone pathways along narrow winding streets toward Toompea Hill. About half way up is the Town Hall Square and Town Hall. This ...