A country full of contrasts: Latvia is one of Europe’s great “get away from it all” discoveries. With 12,310 rivers and 3,000 lakes the country has many opportunities for boating and walking and just enjoying the outdoors. There are many small medieval towns, country castles, museums and folk parks to be visited.
Check out Riga, a city that has come to life again since the end of Soviet occupation. Superb architecture, from the medieval to the Art Nouveau, an old city that rivals Prague, operas and concerts, an active artistic life, smart shops and intimate restaurants, all testify to her being once again a major European capital.
There is plenty to do in Latvia. We have activities to suit all tastes and age groups. If you are interested in the outdoors you can walk, hunt or fish in the many lakes and rivers. Horse riding and cycling activities are also available. You could visit one of the many famous Spas. Latvia is also famous for the theaters, operas, libraries and museums.
It is possible to enter Latvia directly through the ports, airports or one of the neighboring countries. The capital of Latvia is Riga, which has the largest seaport with passenger facilities, railway terminal and international airport in the Baltic’s.