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20.06.2011 A night in a former Latvian prison – one of the 10 craziest moments of a CNNGo TV travel show host

Julia Dimon, a longtime travel writer and co-host of “World Travels”, a 40-episode TV series currently airing on National Geographic...

16.06.2011 Water temperature in Gulf of Riga reaches 21 degrees Celsius

This morning, the water temperature in the Gulf of Riga at Salacgriva increased to 21 degrees Celsius, according to the Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Center.

16.06.2011 -Travel news from Agrophilia Latvia Searching for the Legendary Fern Blossom

If you ever needed a reason to visit Latvia, it doesn’t get more authentic than this: every Summer Solstice, Latvia is searching for the legendary fern blossom (Papardes zieds), in a pagan festival...

16.06.2011 -Regal Wings’ expert Riga included in top 10 summer destinations in Europe

European cities have a colonial charm about them. They are reminiscent of the Victorian era and are ideal destinations for the summer break.

16.06.2011 -LETA James Blunt to perform concert in Riga in September

At the end of September, British singer James Blunt will perform a concert in Riga.

16.06.2011 -LETA Midsummer "Ligo!" night to be celebrated riverside in Old Town

For the second year in a row, the Riga City Council is providing the opportunity for residents and tourists to celebrate Midsummer "Ligo!" night in Old Town between Akmens and Vansu bridges June...

27.05.2011 -LETA Prince Albert of Monaco to visit Latvia on June 1

On an invitation by President Valdis Zatlers, Prince Albert II of Monaco will arrive on an official visit to Latvia on June 1.

27.05.2011 -The Independent Trail of the unexpected: A spa break in Latvia

The Latvian resort of Jurmala is giving new life to its historic spa traditions, says Alice Azania-Jarvis

27.05.2011 -Saveur.com The dining guide of Riga

Saveur.com reports about places in Riga to stay and dine at modest price level and distinctive quality.

27.05.2011 -TwinCities.com In Latvia, there's always something to celebrate

Ah, Latvia. Still undisturbed by mass tourism, this small Baltic nation is working hard to shed its dreary image from Soviet times.

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