Pärnu is a small coastal town, 130km from Tallinn and best known as the summer capital of Estonia. In addition to that, it’s also home to a bunch of remote workers and that’s why we’ve decided to give you an overview of all the places where flexible work fans can get together and get some work done.
Work form a cozy bakery/cafe/workspace with a river view
Through RuuM platform, you can book a workstation at Leivakas which is conveniently located in the center of the city and close to the river.
- Opens at 9.00
- Free coffee included in the price
- Free parking options nearby
- Good breakfast and lunch options
- quick booking and check-in process
- can be noisy during lunch hours (not ideal for doing video calls)
- remote workers who want to get out of the home office for a day
- out-of-town visitors looking for a place to work for a few hours
- €3 / hour
Forwardspace coworking space
This is the only coworking space in Pärnu, run by local entrepreneurs. In addition to flexible working areas, it also offers an option to book a meeting room and have your small team events there.
- quiet working area
- community of entrepreneurs
- phone booth for private video calls
- option to use a meeting room
- printing options
- booking process is slow (you have to send a request first and won’t get instant feedback about the availability)
- local entrepreneurs and people who want to connect with them
- €15 / day
Rent a Meeting Room in Pärnu
They offer 2 different studios/meeting rooms (one for 10-15 people and the other for up to 30 people) for groups to rent and also offer additional services like catering and design workshops.
Pricing: €18-22 / hour
HUUB is a cool youth innovation center Pärnu. You can rent their event space or the whole house for a day.
- €50 / hour
- €300-400 / day
Do you know any other places in Pärnu that would get remote workers excited? Let us know!