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30.04.2022
Summer season in Cesis castle complex
The Cēsis Castle complex will be open to visitors from May 1: the permanent exposition and exhibitions of the Cēsis History and Art Museum, the Cēsis Exhibition House, the Western Tower of the Medieval Castle and the multimedia exhibition “Cēsis Castle Story”, as well as the South Tower exposition kitchen garden.
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30.04.2022
Summer season in Cesis castle complex
The Cēsis Castle complex will be open to visitors from May 1: the permanent exposition and exhibitions of the Cēsis History and Art Museum, the Cēsis Exhibition House, the Western Tower of the Medieval Castle and the multimedia exhibition “Cēsis Castle Story”, as well as the South Tower exposition kitchen garden.
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05.04.2022
Taste the spring during the Valmiera Restaurant Week!
Spring - a time when nature begins to wake up, chasing the first sprouts and plucking the cheeks with the warm rays of the sun. This is a time when we are not only becoming happier, looking for a lighter jacket and embracing the nature even more, but also when we want to supplement our taste buds with fresh spring goods and vitamins. The selected compositions of the taste of spring will be available to enjoy during the Valmiera Restaurant Week, from April 15th to 24th. Guests with a special three-course meal and a matching drink menu will be pampered by eight Valmiera caterers: restaurants DELIZIA, AKUSTIKA, RĀTES VĀRTI, VECPUISIS, the restaurant at the hotel WOLMAR and cafes VĪNKALNI PILS MĀJA, AHH-MEAT and TĒRBATA.
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02.12.2021
Rural Lifestyle tourism products presented at JATA online travel market
On November 10-12, 2021 the Rural Lifestyle product was presented to Japanese travel trade at JATA online travel market by Asnāte Ziemele, Latvian country tourism association. Virtual meetings with eight companies helped to gain an overall picture on what changes Japanese travel industry is undergoing now and what is their interest in our destination and Rural Lifestyle tourism product.
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30.04.2021
The Forest Trail
The Forest Trail is a long distance hiking route, part of E11, in the Baltic States that leads through the most forested lands and national parks of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. The route starts from the Polish - Lithuanian border near the town of Lazdijai, leads through Latvia, turning into Riga, and finishes in Tallinn, Estonia.
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16.04.2021
Aviareps Nordic virtual exhibition - for the promotion of Gauja National Park municipalities and tourism entrepreneurs
Enter Gauja will participate in the tourism exhibition Aviareps Nordic, which will take place from April 20 to 21 and due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, planned Aviareps Nordic Roadshow MOVES online as an interactive 2 day virtual fair.
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08.04.2021
St. John’s church in Cēsis illuminates in coulor of spring
Throughout the weekends of April, it is possible to watch a musical light show in the mood of spring on the facade of St. John's Church in Cēsis.
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22.03.2021
The Valmiera Tourist Information Centre receives the “Hiker-friendly” badge
At the meeting of the “Gājējam draudzīgs” (“Hiker-friendly”) commission held in Latvia at the end of February this year, 87 companies and tourism service providers, including the Valmiera Tourist Information Centre, were awarded the “Hiker-friendly” badge. It is organized within the framework of the project “Long-distance cross-border hiking route “Mežtaka””. In total, 104 pedestrian-friendly hospitality service providers have already been awarded the badge in Latvia.
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02.03.2021
ITB Berlin NOW virtual exhibition - for the promotion of Gauja National Park municipalities and tourism entrepreneurs
Enter Gauja in cooperation with the Latvian Investment and Development Agency (LIAA) will participate in the world's leading tourism exhibition ITB Berlin NOW, which will take place from March 9 to 12, as a virtual event. It is attended annually by representatives from around the world, bringing together around 60,000 individual visitors and more than 120,000 industry representatives.
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