Tallinn Gate- Part of the former town wall from the 17th century. This is the only gate in all of the Baltics that is fully preserved from this time period. After a visit here it's nice to walk around the parks and surrounding area and see all the treasures you can find.
Pärnu Kuursaal- A giant building from the 1880's that has been turned into a restaurant/club. It's an attractive interior that made me feel like I was in a German beer hall. I had dumplings and herring with a local beer, Saku. It was all tasty.
Trahter Postipoiss- The Russians have always used Pärnu as a vacation destination, because of the spas and you can see it in the food of the restaurants. Here I tried Borscht, "Moscow doesn't believe in tears," and Siberian dumplings, and I had it all with a side of vodka. I thought the food was pretty good, and I enjoyed the tavern atmosphere with regal portraits.
Veerev õlu- A rustic, hole in the wall pub that is a perfect bar to grab a A. Le Coq with the locals.
Hedon Spa & Hotel- The location is amazing right on the Pärnu Beach, and still close to the center of the town. The rooms are serene and the spa is right there for your every whim. It also has different pools to enjoy.
Listen to the music of Raimond Valgre, famous Estonian musician, when you are here.