Cēsis Tourism Information Center is honored to announce that “Villa Santa” and “H.E. Vanadziņš Ziemeļu restorāns” have received 84 from 100 points, which, as acknowledged by the project coordinator Inger Harlevi, is one of the highest
December is the month of giving and sharing the love with family and beloved ones! Also Cēsis Tourism Information Center team is waiting for this time to spend it together with our families! Therefore the working hours of the Cēsis Tourism Information Center will differ during the Christmas holidays:
Cēsis invites you to spend your free time and share your joy with the beloved ones not only in the summer, but also during the winter. Have you ever taught how to entertain yourself when the thermometer drops below zero?
From 14‒16 September 2018, Cēsis Concert Hall is hosting the fourth annual Cello Cēsis Festival that is about to surprise the listeners with its guest list of performers ‒ well known on the international stage but yet to make their first
Tourism app Cēsis – Explore Hansa is available for tourists, who like planning their trips themselves and enjoy their trip without large tourist groups. The app helps tourists to explore Cēsis and the surroundings of the town by having all
On Saturday, July 21st, from 11:00 to 19:00 in the Cesis Castle Garden the event “The Historic Hanseatic Market” will take place for the second time. Both adults and children will have the opportunity to go back in the period when Cesis was a member of the Hanseatic League and to participate in activities of medieval people.
This year’s Cēsis Art Festival is running from 22 July through 26 August 2018. The key event of the programme will be the 36-hour live sound installation Unexpected Sourcesby the TĪRKULTŪRA show of Klasika Latvian Radio 3 station featuring performances by the intellectual American retrofuturist John Maus, the unpigeonholeable redefiners Visible Cloaks, an Internet dream by the synth pop sound artist Motion
On the 19th of May an International Day of The Hansa will be celebrated all around the Europe and also in Cesis. Everyone is invited to take a fascinating excursion through the Old Town to find out more about life in the city during the time when Cēsis was a member of the Hanseatic League.
At the start of an active tourism season, the Cēsis Tourism Information Center will be moving to new premises. Starting from May 2018 center will be located in new address at the Baznīcas laukums 1 next to Cēsis Sv. John’s Church. Previously, the Tourism Information Center was located in the Cēsis New Castle on address Pils laukums 9.
During the week from 26th of March till 2nd of April the very first Cēsis Restaurant Week will take place, which will be named “The wake up of the tastes”/“Awake your taste”. Local inhabitants and city guests will be welcome to enjoy sophisticated and delicious food at very friendly prices.