• Lielezers


  • British singer Anna Calvi to perform in Riga
    On October 15, British indie-rock/pop singer Anna Calvi will perform a concert in Riga, promoting her first critically acclaimed album. The concert will be held at the "Palladium" concert hall in Riga.
  • Works by Latvian glass artists
    Pondering the alternatives of what to buy when visiting Latvia, one of the most interesting choices could be glassware products made by local artists.
  • Historical military legacy
    The territory of Latvia has been the location of many battlefields throughout history, with strategic military importance. During different periods of history, various military defense objects were constructed on Latvia’s territory, with some of them still remaining standing to this day. These objects have also become popular tourist attractions.
  • Collective hunting season begins
    Persons interested in hunting have an excellent opportunity of going out on individual hunts in Latvia, as well as on group hunts. Special hunting towers are located throughout the country.
  • Bird watching during autumn migration period
    In the autumn, when migratory birds begin their long journey back to warmer climates in the south, bird watchers and nature lovers have the excellent opportunity of observing the migration of these various types of birds.
  • Sigulda's golden autumn
    One of the most picturesque regions of Latvia is the Gauja River Valley near the town of Sigulda, also known as the Livonian Switzerland. One of the special times of year here is October, when the surrounding hills are covered in the colors of autumn – from sunny gold to warm red. Sigulda’s golden autumn has started.
  • Creative quarter – Miera Street Republic
    Miera Street Republic is a quarter in Riga which houses various projects by local artists – galleries, clubs, workshops, cafes, hair saloons and small shops selling works by local artists.
  • Visiting bread bakeries
    Rye bread is one of Latvia’s most popular traditional foods. The dark bread has been baked in Latvia for hundreds of years, with the bread making process itself rich in tradition. It is also a popular gift Latvians bring to countrymen living abroad, as it is usually very hard to find similar bread in other countries.
  • Industrial trade fair "Made in Latvia 2011"
    The industries exhibition-trade fair "Made in Latvia 2011" will be the third of its kind, which gathers manufacturers and service suppliers of all kinds in one place.
  • Use of valuable groundwater seen as possible tourist attraction in Liepaja
    One of the possible infrastructure objects in the Latvian coastal city of Liepaja (southwestern Latvia), which if restored could attract more tourists to the city during the winter season, is the Liepaja Sanatorium, the city’s Mayor Uldis Sesks believes, pointing out that healthy groundwater is located underneath the city which could be used to treat skin and nerve ailments.