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Latvia


Journey Highlights

  • Old Riga
  • Dome Cathedral
  • St. Peter's Church
  • Freedom Monument
  • Gauja National Park
  • Turaida Castle
  • Rundale Palace
  • JĊĞrmala
Classic Latvia

Classic Latvia

Of the three Baltic states, Latvia is wedged between the other two, Lithuania to the south, Estonia to the north. A very low-key country in terms of tourism, Latvia is often reduced to its capital, Riga, as if only the latter had an interest in the traveler! Let us not be deceived, Latvia has many other assets, starting with its beautiful coastline, bathed by the Baltic Sea, large forests and natural areas preserved for those wishing to venture into the land, and a few small heritage cities ...

Riga: Without question, the capital attracts the most visitors to the country. It is not difficult to understand why: its old town and the center are a real architectural cocktail (medieval, Art Nouveau ...), a group classified by UNESCO. Riga is also a lively city, day and night.

Heritage cities: as part of a longer stay in Latvia, do not miss to stop by the castle of Rundale, the cities of Sigulda or Cesis, with the passing of the national park of Gauja ...

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Journey Highlights

  • Old Riga
  • Dome Cathedral
  • St. Jacob’s Church
  • Riga Castle
  • Great and Small Guild Halls
  • Freedom Monument
  • Swedish Gate
  • Parliament
  • Powder Tower
  • Gauja River valley
  • Turaida Medieval Castle
  • Dainu Hill and Gutmanis Cave
  • Birini Manor
  • Ungurmuiza Manor
  • Old Hanseatic town of Cesis
  • Dikli Manor
Glimpse of Latvia

Glimpse of Latvia

Latvia this small European state and former province of the USSR is located on the coast of the Baltic Sea, neighbors of the other two Baltic states, with Estonia to the north and Lithuania to the south. The country's most popular destination is its capital, Riga.

-In Riga do not miss to visit: The Cathedral of Riga. Begun at the beginning of the 13th century, the cathedral is a brilliant alliance of Romanesque and Gothic architecture. The Central Market, which includes several gigantic sheds, was originally a zeppelin factory. -The National Opera of Latvia -The Art Nouveau district of Riga, one of the most surprising neighborhoods and rich in terms of architecture.

-Sigulda, for its many castles and historical sites (this is the most popular attraction outside Riga for foreign tourists).

-Cesis is for the charm of its cobbled streets and historic wooden buildings.

-Other attractions of Latvia are: Liepaja for its former Karosta military base and for its beaches.

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Journey Highlights

  • Old Riga
  • Dome Cathedral
  • St. Jacob’s Church
  • Riga Castle
  • Great and Small Guild Halls
  • Freedom Monument
  • Swedish Gate
  • Parliament
  • Powder Tower
  • Gauja River valley
  • Turaida Medieval Castle
  • Dainu Hill and Gutmanis Cave
  • Birini Manor
  • Ungurmuiza Manor
  • Old Hanseatic Cesis
  • Dikli Manor
Latvia and Estonia

Latvia and Estonia

Of the three Baltic states, Latvia is wedged between the other two, Lithuania to the south, Estonia to the north. A very low-key country in terms of tourism, Latvia is often reduced to its capital, Riga, as if only the latter had an interest in the traveler! Let us not be deceived, Latvia has many other assets, starting with its beautiful coastline, bathed by the Baltic Sea, large forests and natural areas preserved for those wishing to venture into the land, and a few small heritage cities ...

Tourism flagship of the Baltic countries, Estonia is a favorite place for nature lovers and green spaces. Bordering Latvia and Russia, the country offers varied landscapes, ranging from charming fishing villages to lush parks and gardens in the north and west. In the southern part of the country, nature also reveals its most beautiful colors. Although almost half of the Estonian territory is made up of forests, the country cannot be reduced to nature. It also combines history, culture and tradition.

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