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Forbes includes Latvia in Top 10 list of unknown Adventure Travel Destinations

07.09.2011 | Forbes

Tiny Latvia boasts some 350 miles of coastline. Near Jurmala, which claims to be the most popular seaside resort in the Baltic region, the dense forests of Kemeri National Park (pictured) are famous for bird watching from observation towers, above marshes crisscrossed by wooden walkways, Forbes writes about Kemeri National Park in the "Top Ten Adventure Travel Destinations You Didn’t Know About".

Tiny Latvia boasts some 350 miles of coastline. Near Jurmala, which claims to be the most popular seaside resort in the Baltic region, the dense forests of Kemeri National Park (pictured) are famous for bird watching from observation towers, above marshes crisscrossed by wooden walkways, Forbes writes about Kemeri National Park in the "Top Ten Adventure Travel Destinations You Didn’t Know About".

In the capital, Riga, cultural tourists will want to visit the Latvian Open-Air Ethnographic Museum, one of Europe's oldest and largest with some 118 historic structures and activities from ice-fishing to bread-making.

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