The openng hours of Cēsis Tourism Information Center on Monday, September 27 will be open from 10.00 – 14.00. In the following days, the information center will be open as usual from 10.00 to 14.00.
The Union of Hanseatic Cities “Die HANSE” organizes a large-scale festival – International Hanseatic Days – every year in one of the Hanseatic cities. This year, from August 19 to August 22, they will take place in Riga. Participants of Cēsis region will be able to meet on park “Esplanade”.
One of the most famous pilgrim route in the world – St. James’s Way – winds through Cēsis. The route symbol is the shell. To symbolically mark the route in the city, bronze shells have been placed near the Cēsis St. John’s Church and on the stair railings of the Cēsis Castle Park stairs.
The seventh LAMPA Conversation Festival with the head theme of respect invites you to attend any of more than 200 events over two days, August 20 and 21, on various important topics: both practical and philosophical, global and local, by joining us in Cēsis or online.
The audiovisual story will be heard and seen every weekend – on Friday and Saturday evenings with the onset of darkness in the round hours from July 16 to October.
On July 17 and 18 of this year, Cēsis will celebrate its biggest holiday of the year – “Cēsis 815”. The creative concept of the festival and the guiding principle of the program is “Let’s sound further!”, And it will be complemented by face-to-face concerts in accordance with the epidemiological requirements.
On 10 July this year, the fifteenth Cēsis Art Festival, dedicated to myths and rituals, will open to the public. On the opening day, the Cēsis Centre for Contemporary Art will be launching a vast exhibition “Flying Closer to the Sun. Myths and Rituals” showcasing seven new large-scale works by Latvian artists.
Cēsis Tourism Information Center will be closed during Midsummer holidays from June 23 to June 24, while from June 25 to June 27 information centre will work as usual from 10:00 to 18:00.
In Cēsis and the surrounding area, two of the several sections of the St. James Way are made. Interested people who want to record the travel made can mark it in the pilgrim passport with a special stamp. The passport is now also available at Cēsis Tourism Information Center.
After a walk through the streets of Cēsis Old Town or at one of the breathtaking nature objects, enjoy a rest and a delicious meal on one of the terraces of Cēsis cafes and restaurants.