Latvia is a small country on the Baltic Sea, bordered by Lithuania, Belarus, Russia, and Estonia. In this Baltic gem, you’ll experience everything from big city sophistication to heartfelt country hospitality that makes every visitor feel warm and welcomed, while discovering ancient castles, wandering through stunning valleys, walking along the miles of beaches or through the dense, sprawling forests, which covers forty-four percent of the country.
Latvia’s capital is Riga, where nearly one-third of Latvia’s population lives, is home to notable wooden and art nouveau architecture, a vast Central Market and a medieval Old Town which includes St. Peter’s Church, Town Hall Square, Riga Cathedral and charming cafes where you can enjoy a cup of coffee and watch locals and tourists go by. Learn more about Riga
The resort and spa town of Jūrmala, with its long beach of talcum powder-like sand, was one of the vacation locations of choice for high-ranking Communist Party officials and party elites during the Soviet period. It is often called the “Northern Riviera”, and today it’s visited by locals, Europeans and visitors from around the world. Read more about Jūrmala