is the third largest city in Estonia
situated some 10 km north-west of Ivangorod
and 260 km from Tallinn
, 10 km north-west of Estonia - Russia
border. The population is about 67,000 people in accordance with the 2014 census. Many people visit Narva each year to take a look at its famous bridges and castles.
The closest airport Pulkovo (IATA: LED) is about 170 km away.
Things to do in Narva
Нарвский мост Дружбы (Eesti: Sõpruse sild (Narva)) is a tourist attraction, one of the Bridges in Narva, Estonia. It is located: 2. 7 km from Ivangorod, 403 km from Saint Petersburg, 610 km from Helsinki.
Hermann Castle (also Hermannsburg, Herman Castle, Narva Castle, eesti. Hermanni linnus) is a castle in Narva, eastern Estonia. It was founded in 1256 by the Danes and the first stone castle was built in the beginning of the 14th century. The German Livonian Teutonic knights order purchased the castle on 29 August 1346 and for most of its history the castle was German Teutonic.
Нарвские бастионы (Eesti: Narva bastionid) is a tourist attraction, one of the Fortification in Narva, Estonia. It is located: 4 km from Ivangorod, 404 km from Saint Petersburg, 610 km from Helsinki.
If you have already seen Narva, there are still plenty of things to do on the outskirts of the city. Are you fancy to travel around a bit? Here is our list:
Be sure to check out photos of the area taken by other travellers.