A wonderful castle hidden in the woods

A wonderful castle hidden in the woods48 km

Surrounded by ancient parks, Birini Castle rises on the hill near the lake. This romantic place, built in 1860, created with love and care, is situated close to Riga, Sigulda and the Saulkrasti coast.
An archaeological, cultural museum

An archaeological, cultural museum30 km

Specially protected cultural monument, rich in archeological, architectural, historical and art artefacts, which tells about events that happened during more than 1000 years starting from the 10th century.
An enchanting medieval castle

An enchanting medieval castle9 km

Explore Cesis Castle, Manor House and Old Town, which stores behind its walls more than 800 years of legendary memories.
Are you in for some culture?

Are you in for some culture?9 km

This modern building offers visitors the opportunity to watch films, to enjoy theatre productions as well as symphony concerts.
Cesis and more

Cesis and more10 km

Cesis Tourism information centre offers you excursions with multilingual guides. T+371 64121815 T+371 28318318 - info@cesis.lv - 3 days in advance
Experience the medieval centuries

Experience the medieval centuries 4 km

You can visit a 9th-10th century fortified dwelling palace by the lake, as well as a 14th - 17th century medieval castel ruin and reconstructed Stone and Bronze Age houses.
Explore the richness of Sigulda

Explore the richness of Sigulda40 km

Splendid walking trails, cable car over Gauja river, bungee jumping, bobsleigh and luge track, rich cultural life and exciting sports life. The town Sigulda can also be explored by choosing electromobile sightseeing tours.
Latvia's biggest National Park

Latvia's biggest National Park8 km

Gauja National park is the biggest nature park of Latvia. It guides you through the history of the region and lets you experience the most beautiful views of Gauja National Park.
Visit the charming baroque castle

Visit the charming baroque castle 28 km

The only wooden baroque castle in Latvia, built in 1732 by baron von Campenhauzen, surrounded by giant oaks. Be surprised by the abundance of ancient paintings.