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Cēsis Castle Complex

Cēsis Castle complex includes Medieval castle that is unforgettable with possibility to climb up to the tower and see the view of the city, as well as climb down to the old prison. New castle introduces its visitors with History and Art museum exhibition, and Exhibition hall is the perfect place for the art admirers. Open object

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Cēsis Old Town

During the Middle Ages, around the castle and church of Cēsis, close to each other compacted on all sides, were formed narrow, winding streets with craftsmen and traders' houses. Open object

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St. John’s Church

St. John’s Church is the second most notable architectural feature in Cēsis (along with the Cēsis castle complex), one of the oldest medieval monuments and one of the oldest cult buildings in the country. The church was built at the beginning of the 13th century as Christianity advanced into the Baltic, to serve the needs of the Livonian Order.Open object

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Vidzeme Concerthall "Cēsis"

The Vidzeme concert hall “Cēsis” was opened in the spring of 2014. The historical elements of the concert hall co-exist harmoniously with the contemporary ones. The architectural image of the concert hall was created by restoring the old Cēsis Community Building and adding some contemporary architectural forms to it.Open object

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Camel Park "Rakši"

In "Rakši" you will be able to experience what is the feeling to ride a camel, touch an alpaca fur and go for a relaxing walk through the forest with a faithful companion lama.Open object

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Active Recreation Complex "Ozolkalns"

Active Recreation Complex "Ozolkalns" is located in Gauja National Park, on the bank of river Gauja, surrounded by pine forest, 5 km from Cēsis city centre. To relax and have an adventurous stay are welcomed adulsts, as well as children - families with children, frien companies, couples -, and it is suitable for every season of the year. Open object

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Cīrulīši Nature Trails

The Cīrulīši Nature Trails will introduce you to the evolution of the beautiful Gauja River valley from Ice age to nowadays! The Cīrulīši nature trails at Cēsis reveal the history of the Gauja River and its surrounding nature.Open object

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Araisi Archaeological Park

Araisi Archaeological Park offers the insight into the daily life ofancient people, what they ate and what they wore, as well as helps to find out why the Lake Fortress sank and how it revived. Tours and excursions provided by the Archaeological Park offer a look into everyday life and celebrations of people of different centuries.Open object

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Ērgļu (Eagle) Cliffs

The mighty, majestic wall that rises straight out of the river Gauja is known as the Eagle Cliffs. It is the most impressive cliff in the valley of the Gauja river with characteristic features of a monolithic sandstone surface.Open object

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Zvārtes Rock

This is one of the most picturesque and the most popular outcrops of red sandstone of the Devonian period, which is situated on both banks of the Amata river and is surrounded by woods and meadows.Open object

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Ungurmuiža Manor

Ungurmuiža manor house ensemble with the Baroque style manor house is the only architectural monument of the 18th century wooden baroque buildings preserved in Latvia.Open object

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Līču-Laņģu Sandstone Cliffs

The Līču-Laņģu sandstone cliffs is approximately one kilometre long and is located on the left side of the primeval valley of the River Gauja.Its maximum height is ~30 m. 6km long walking trail is built in the surrounding area. Around 20 springs are flowing out of Līču–Laņģu Cliffs, due to which caves of various length and hollows of various sizes have been shaped.Open object

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Cēsu Tūrisma informācijas centrs

Baznīcas laukums 1, Cēsis

Latvija, LV-4101

Tel. +371 28318318

info@cesis.lv

Monday- Sunday 10:00 - 18:00.

From May 16th, Cēsis Tourism Information center is open for consultations on-site.

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