Narva is the third largest city in Estonia. It is by the Russian border and the eastern point of Estonia. 93.85% of the current population of Narva areRussian-speakers. 210 kilometres from Tallinn and 130 kilometres from St. Petersburg
There is a waterfall, whose spillway capacity is one of the largest in northern Europe.
In only 12 kilometers from Narva, o coast of the Gulf of Finland, there is Narva-Jõesuu, small cosy spa town. The are beautiful coast, parks and pine forests.
In Narva you can choose from a variety of concerts, festivals and open-air shows that take place both in the inner yard of the Narva castle, and elsewhere in the town, such as in the newly-built ice skating stadium.
Narva in the direction of Tallinn there is hotel Laagna with Russian, Turkish and Finnish saunas and a jacuzzi. In summer you can go horse riding or rent a bicycle, in winter you can rent skis. Narva is beautiful and clean city, but in Estonia it has a bad reputation because it is not considered so safe place. It is like small part of Russia in Estonia. http://www.narva.ee
Narva Tourist Information Centre
Puskini 13, 20309 Narva
tel./fax +372 356 0184
Sat-Sun 10.00-15.00 http://www.narva.ee
Caste of Narva. The river is the border of Estonia and Russia.The castle was built by Danish in 1200 to prodect the city.