Where nature and modernity collide.
A tranquil landscape of lakes, woods, white-sand beaches and towering sand dunes make Latvia the ideal place for a relaxing retreat.
Forests cover around 45% of the country, making it one of the greenest places in Europe. While cycling, trekking or gently meandering, you will be likely to find a slice of untouched nature all for yourself.
Riga has a lively café culture, and is awash with stylish boutiques, bistros and cultural institutions. In the summer its sunny squares are swarming. In the winter it resembles a Christmas card – fitting for the place where the first Christmas tree was erected.Explore Tours
The Gauja National Park is the largest national park in Latvia. The park is characterised by its rich diversity, rock outcrops and cultural monuments.
Riga Central Market is Riga's largest food market and is notable for featuring on the UNESCO World Heritage list thanks to its Neoclassicism and Art Deco building.
St. Peter's Church is a Lutheran church situated in Latvia's capital. It is both Gothic and Romansque in style and dates back to 1209.
Rundale Palace is one of only two major baroque palaces built for the Dukes of Courland. Admire its lavish interiors and stroll through its French style gardens.
Built in the 14th century for the Brotherhood of Blackheads, a guild for unmarried merchants in Riga, the building was destroyed during the Second World War and subsequently rebuilt by the people between 1966 and 1999.
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