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Restaurant "Aparjods"
Restaurant Aparjods is an oasis of peace in Sigulda where you can enjoy delicious meals and fine wines that are stored in the restaurant’s cellar!
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Restaurant "Gadalaiki"
Enjoy exquisite dishes at restaurant "Gadalaiki", while watching the lively and green natural scenery behind the wide glass wall.
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Ungurmuiža restaurant
The restaurant accommodated in the unique Baroque manor serves excellent dishes made from seasonal local products.
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Restaurant "Jonathan SPA Estate"
The restaurant "Jonathan SPA Estate" will afford you an opportunity to enjoy delicious Mediterranean meals and picturesque views of the pond and extensive Vēķu lake.
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Restaurant "Karlamuiza"
While having a rest in old Karlamuiza manor near the ancient valley of the Amata river, you can enjoy delicious home-made cuisine in Karlamuiza's restaurant.
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Rāmkalni Restaurant
Rāmkalni restaurant is located on a wide glass-covered porch oferring views of the picturesque ancient valley of the Gauja river.
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Restaurant "Santa”
Restaurant "Santa” is surrounded by a country scenery that you can enjoy from the terrace in summer.
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Dikļu Castle Restaurant
The Dikļu Castle surrounded by the fields and forests of Vidzeme invites you to indulge yourself with an excellent and tasteful adventure in the castle's gourmet restaurant.
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Bīriņu Castle Restaurant
The popular Bīriņu castle restaurant is located in a splendid castle on a lake shore surrounded by parks and offers to enjoy excellent contemporary tastes of the Latvian cuisine.
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Valmiermuiža's beer kitchen
The story of Valmiermuiža beer kitchen is about the treasures given by Latvian land during different seasons. They are proud to bring stunning flavour combinations from local farmers, hunters and fishermen to the table. Deep roots in the nature and brave creativity – that’s what Valmiermuiža family believes is the flavour of Latvian nature.
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