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Gauja National Park
The park protects the rich nature of the ancient Gauja River valley and its surrounding areas as well as the vast diversity of plant, bird and insect species found here.
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Cēsis
You shall see the treasure of Cēsis — its Old Town; living the medieval life shall be a new experience, and the culture events and the primeval valley of the River Gauja shall inspire you.
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Sigulda
Sigulda thrills with the nature enclosed city environment, inviting to study three medieval castles, to hike in Gauja National Park, and to take part in culture and sports events.
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Valmiera
You will experience the dynamic rhythm of the city enjoying outdoor recreational activities, sports and cultural events, as well as viewing marvelous open-air landscapes, whereas historic buildings of the city will fill you up with ancient feelings.
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Līgatne
In Līgatne you will have the chance to see ravines covered with woods, sandstone outcrops and rock caves, as well as walk nature trails and explore dwellings of wild animals.
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City of Priekuļi
Priekuļi municipality offers walks along inspiring nature trails and parks, visiting ancient and legendary sandstone outcrops.
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Kocēni municipality
In Kocēni municipality, which is where the Livonian Chronicle of Henry was written and which is home of the tradition of the Festival of Song, you will visit many nature and culture objects with a historic background.
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Pārgauja Municipality
A bustling rural municipality in the centre of Vidzeme Region suitable for hiking, visiting sites of cultural heritage and enjoying delicacies from local farms.
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Inčukalns Municipality
Inčukalns has several places of historical importance — Brethren Cemetery, several monuments dedicated to fallen soldiers, Manor Park and Art Noveau Hunting Palace.
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Amata Municipality
The treasure of Amata municipality is its nature trails, which lead to the scenic cliffs and extraordinary rocks, and along the curvy banks of rivers Gauja and Amata.
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