St Elisabeth Church Parnu

Description: Eliisabet’s Church – Elisabeth Church, inaugurated in 1750, is the most outstanding sacral building of the Baroque period in Estonia.

The beautiful church in the centre of Pärnu 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.

Address: Nikolai 22, Pärnu

attractions event

Baltic-Nordic Harmonica Festival 2010

Baltic-Nordic Harmonica 2010
VIII International Harmonica Festival
Numerous concerts take place in the city. Festival has become popular among both young and elderly citizens and visitors.  One of the summer top events in Parnu.

Baltic-Nordic Harmonica 2010

is being held for the ninth time in Pärnu, from July 30 to August 1. The festival is popular and attracts many visitors.
There have been harmonica players from Nordic and Baltic countries as well as from Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, England, Italy, USA and France.
The special guest of the festival this year is the quartet Fata Morgana (Netherlands) and the virtuoso Jean-Louis Emmenecker (France), Jantso Jokelin (Finland), Karl Madis and Tõnu Aare along with the legendary band Apelsin
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accommodation attractions

Tostamaa manor

Description: The beautifully renovated Tõstamaa Manor has a colourful history and it is one of the best known sights in the area.

Even though it has a late classicist appearance, the manor was established in the Middle Ages. It has been used as a school since 1921.

You can go on a tour of the manor where you will learn about its history and see its rooms. The wall and ceiling murals, the beautiful main staircase and the room under the mantle chimney are particularly impressive.

Useful information!

The last owner of the manor was Alexander Stael von Holstein, a famous Orientalist who even became a professor at the University of Beijing.

The crown of the manor, which is under heritage and nature conservation, is an oak with a top whose diameter is 23 m.

Address: Kalli maantee 13, Tõstamaa alevik, Tõstamaa vald
Phone: +372 5346 8635

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Ammende Villa Parnu

Description: Located in the most stylish and fully preserved Art Nouveau building in Estonia, which was built in 1905, the Ammende Villa Hotel & Restaurant was opened to the public in 1999.

Today, the Ammende Villa is one of the most beloved tourist sights in Pärnu. One need not admire the building only from the outside.

It houses a world-class hotel and restaurant, where many music and art events are also organized.

Further information:
For families, Breakfast included in price, WiFi, Kid’s playground, Car park, Seminar room

Address: Mere pst 7, Pärnu
Phone: +372 447 3888
FAX +372 447 3887