At the end of the active tourism season, the working hours of the Cēsis Tourism information Centre will be change. From October 1 the information centre will be open from Monday to Saturday from 10:00 to 18:00. On Sunday information centre will be closed.
Spend an eventful weekend in Cesis with your loved ones! This weekend, attend the autumn harvest market, concerts, manage to see multimedia exhibitions in the Cēsis Castle complex or spend your holidays in sports parks “Supervāvere” or “Karjers”.
Enjoy the charm of Cēsis by strolling through the narrow and winding streets and city parks of the Old Town. You will feel the ancient aura of the city while walking by route “In the footsteps of Hanseatic merchant”. To find out the delicacies and craftsmens of Cēsis, go on the walking route “Crafts and flavours of Cēsis”. For more adventurous guests, the city will turn from a different vantage point on a trip with electric scooters.
Only today and tomorrow, September 3rd, it is possible to apply for participation in the LAMPA Interreg Hike. The hike will take place on Saturday, September 5th.
At the end of October, starting from October 31 to November 8, Cēsis Autumn Restaurant week will take place in Cēsis for the third year in a row. Cēsis and city guests will have a great opportunity to enjoy exquisite dishes at especially friendly prices. Gourmets will be invited to have a meal by 6 popular restaurants in Cesis and the surrounding area.
With light and joyful TaDaa! street art festival we first got acquainted last year, when it traveled to Cesis as part of the Baltic tour. We are pleased to announce that this year, on September 12, a special edition of the festival will take place in Cēsis in a compact one-day program with participants from the Baltic States.
Cesis 814th anniversary celebration this year became special also because of it’s culmination. For the first time was illuminated the facade of St. John’s church. Also in this weekend church will shine with colourful lights.
The focus of the Cēsis 2020 Art Festival in 2020, will be on sound to train listening and hearing skills during the post-crisis COVID-19, when tactile sensations are limited.
This summer for the first time The Southern tower will be open for visitors. In its four-floors will be set a multimedia exhibition “Life on a Powder Barrel”, which will inform about the 500-year-old history when the Livonians lived in anticipation of inevitable change.
With a series of program about creative artists from Cēsis, which can be watched both on online and on television, Cēsis begins work on its biggest event of the year – “Cēsis 814” – which on July 18, 2020 will become the first virtual city festival in Latvia.