It is short way to drive to South Järvamaa, Türi parish from every corner of Estonia. Türi parish  was created in the 23rd October 2005 by merging previous Kabala, Oisu and Türi parish and Türi town. It is distinguished by its beautiful nature, developed agriculture and pleasant living environment. The surface area of Türi parish is about 600 km² and the number of inhabitants is over 11400. Wilds with untouched nature in Kabala area, scenic Türi drumlins, Pärnu River network with various possibilities for water hiking, Iidva bog at Änari and Murakasoo at Laupa under nature protection, beautiful manors at Laupa, Kabala and Kolu, cultivated fields and largest dairy cattles in Europe, scenic black-and white backs meet the eye of traveller on the road.

The centre of the parish is Türi town which receives the title of Estonia's spring capital every spring. Türi is a peaceful and hospitable town. Being located in the heart of Estonia it is a good place for outings and also for stops when You are on a longer journey.

Walking trough Türi You will see well-kept gardens with rich selection of plants. You have a possibility to step in to the broadcasting museum or to the church. The main event in Türi is a Flower Fair in May. At summertime you can spend time in the beach


of the artificial lake and at wintertime you can go in for sports in the swimming pool or at the ski tracks. People in Türi honour the handicraft and amateur art activities. We make it ourselves and we offer it to the quests.

Welcome to Türi- the spring capital of Estonia!