Popular Destinations in Latvia
The capital and the largest city of Latvia, Riga lies on the Gulf of Riga,
at the mouth of the Daugava. It is the largest city of the Baltic States.
The city experiences humid continental climate. January and February are
the coolest months. Because of its vicinity to the sea, Riga experiences
frequent autumn, fogs, and rains. Summers in the city are warm and humid.
Beautiful and immaculate nature, affluent architecture heritage, white
sandy beaches and delicious local food make this city a wonderful
destination for a vacation. Some of the major tourist attractions in Riga
are St. Peter’s Church, Sun Museum, the Freedom Monument, and Museum of the
History of Riga and Navigation.
Sigulda is located around 33 miles away from Riga. Brimming with travel
attractions from the likes of forests walks, cable car, three castles,
bobsleigh track, Turaida Castle, Gutmanis cave and Krimilda Palace &
Ruins, Sigulda is a great destination to see and explore. Tourists can take
a canoe tour in the national park or buy regional handicrafts from various
Valka is in the northern part of the country around 98 miles from Riga and
is buzzing with visitors and vacationers. Some of the not-to-be-missed
attractions here include the Valka Local History Museum, the Building of
former Valks Railway Station, former military bunkers of USSR arms, St.
Catherine Evangelical Lutheran Church and more.