The one of the only medieval town fortifications that have survived till today, is Tallinn gate from 17th century.
At that time P?rnu was occupied by the Lithuanians, then by the Polish, the Swedes and the Russians.
The bastions were built at the end of the 17th century.
At bright sunny days you can see boats floating in the air...
... or is it just my head which is making tricks to me?
Seeing too many of these and you need to lie down at the beach or go to the nearest open air bar or café.
The Health Spa is located near the beach, just walking distance from the city centre.
This building dates back to 1926 even if it was originally built in 1880.
Here You can have mud and other health treatments at reasonable prices.
Pärnu's tourist sights are naturally more understated than they would be in a big city, never the less the town has its share of history as well as some interesting architectural styles.
Fondest memory: Of course a lot of parks make's Pärnu really relaxed place.
The most outstanding Baroque buildings from the 18th century are
the St Catherine?s church and the Elisabeth?s church (on the right).
The main streets are walking streets as it is difficult to find a legal parking place for the car.
There are lots of shops and restaurants as well as colorfull houses.