Riga is famous for its Old Town (Vecrīga) and city center (Centrs), in which over 800 buildings are of the Art Nouveau (aka Jugendstil) style of architecture. The Art Nouveau style involves intricate building facades, with carvings of flowers and mythological creatures, and ornate doorways and windows.
Daugavpils is a waterside city in south-eastern Latvia that boasts ruggedly handsome and dramatic landscapes. Rolling hills and captivating fortresses can be found in the area, as well as a wealth of charming red-brick buildings modelled in a German style.
Jelgava is one of the oldest Latvian cities. It is situated on the banks of the River Lielupe. It has architectural, cultural, historical and natural monuments as well as contemporary buildings and attractive recreation facilities.
Jurmala is a long string of townships with Prussian-style villas, each unique in shape and decor. Long beaches and romantic wooden houses draw tourists to this city from around the world.
Baltic region of Eastern Europe
April to September
Jurmala, Liepaja, Riga, House of Blackheads, Cesis Castle, Ventas Rapid, Turaida Castle, Riga Castle.
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