After breakfast, you can either grab the wheel again or visit one of the most contemporary museums in the Baltics - the Pärnu Museum. An exciting experience can be had by all ages so don’t hesitate to pop in. After your visit, you’ll understand life in Estonia - and especially Pärnu – much better!
For something truly special on your way home, take a quick detour to Pulli to see the oldest known human settlement in Estonia. It’s the most unique settlement in all of North Europe, proving that the first people arrived here 10,000 - 11,000 years ago.
Fun fact: A dog tooth found at Pulli is the oldest evidence of domesticated dogs in Estonia. History, archaeology and dog lovers will especially appreciate the site.
It’s approaching time to head back to Tallinn but there’s still time for one final stop. It’s worth checking out Laitse Castle which resembles a knight’s castle, with various elements from medieval architecture playfully on display. Relive the past with this romantic sight to end your day!