Cēsis Culture and Tourism Center offers the brightest events of 2018. During visit of Cēsis and the surrounding area, you can enrich your journey with a variety of cultur and sports events.
Cēsis is historical and cultural heritage, natural and the peaceful small town with life rhythm. Place where you can celebrate Christmas, enjoy the last days of 2017 and strain new energy for 2018!
The brightest and most joyous holidays – Christmas and New year celebration is coming! When planning a holiday trip to Cesis, get acquainted with changes in working hours in Cēsis Tourism Information Center and Cēsis Castle Complex (Cesis Medieval Castle, Cesis History and Art Museum, Cesis Exhibition House).
Camel park invites you to celebrate Saturday un Sunday December days!
Come and enjoy the riding a camel!
Walk with liamas through the “Liama Alley”, Children rides by liama father Musje drawn cart, Riding the camel Cezars, Photographing with Santa Claus and the Snow White, Songs and games, Suprise gifts from the “Rakši”
Latvia (LIAA) in Riga, where announced results of national competition for “Culture Tourism 2017” – theme of year 2017 for network of European Destinations of Excellence (EDEN). In the fierce competition Cesis became the winner of contest and destination for culture tourism.
Cēsis city has always been proud of its culture and art heritage, outstanding cultural traditions and varied nature landscape. Start your holiday trip in Cēsis!
Start morning with active 5km track of the beautiful Gauja River valley from Ice age to nowadays! The Cīrulīši nature trail at Cēsis reveal the history of the Gauja River and its surrounding nature.
Starting from 1st of October Cēsis Tourism information centre and Cēsis castle complex (Cēsis Medieval castle, Cēsis History and Art Museum, Exhibition hall) in Castle square 9 change their working hours.
As a part of Cēsis City celebration, May park turned into mystery of Hanseatic gastronomy “Park on Palate”, where musicians and restaurants from Hanseatic cities together with their chefs brought people to the adventure of taste.
Cēsis Medieval castle garden hosted the Historic Hanseatic market that was a part of Cēsis city celebration events. During the market, both – adults and children had the opportunity to step back into the period when Cēsis was a member of the Hanseatic League and to participate in the daily activities of medieval people.
Latvia is not all about the capital. It’s more! More of nature, more of small, charming towns, more of historical highlights! David Johnston from travel blog Travelsewhere visited Cēsis in summer, and now he gives an overview about his experience.