Location: Pärnu (Estonia)
Restaurant Week is a long tradition that started in the USA almost 20 years ago. The first Restaurant Week in Estonia took place in 2011. During the Pärnu Restaurant Week, you can learn about the restaurants representing extremely diverse styles, as well as the wonderful chefs who work there. We hope that the Restaurant Week helps you learn more about the many restaurants in Pärnu! During the Restaurant Week, participating restaurants offer lunches and dinners at a special price (2-course lunches and 3-course dinners). The dishes are prepared on the basis of the à la carte menu.
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During your stay enjoy also the visit of this beautiful city. Two spots to include in your visit:
1. The monument to the declaration of independence of the Republic of Estonia
The monument depicts the balcony of the historical Endla Theatre in its original size. One of the most important aspects of the monument is the message or ‘Manifesto’ it features. The independence manifesto is written on the wall of the balcony in old and modern Estonian, as well as in the Braille alphabet. ‘The Manifesto to All Peoples of Estonia’ was delivered for the first time on 23 February 1918 from the balcony of Endla Theatre and Community Building, at the time located at the place of Hotel Pärnu. Today, next to Hotel Pärnu stands a modest grey monument marking the location of the building of one of the first Estonian song and play societies.
2. Mary Magdalene Guild
The place is named after one of the oldest artisans’ guilds in Pärnu. The building as well as the workshops located on different storeys and levels have much to offer. In addition, the guild brings together many Pärnu’s handicraft artists. Here, you can see the artisans’work process, buy or commission works, or become an artisan yourself.
Source: https://www.visitestonia.com and visitparnu.com