Riga is the capital city of Latvia as well as one of the largest cities in Northern Europe and home to more than 1/3 of Latvia's population. Riga is an important seaport and a major industrial, commercial, cultural and financial centre of the Baltic Sea region.
Jūrmala ("seaside") is a city in Latvia, about 25 kilometers west of Riga. Jūrmala is a resort town stretching 32 kilometres (20 miles) and sandwiched between the Gulf of Riga and the Lielupe River.
Sigulda is one of Latvia’s most beautiful cities. There are not many places in the world where the beauty of nature becomes an integral part of the city. Our city does not have great industries, but it has hills for skiing in the winter and winding roads along which one can ride a bicycle in the summer. Our slogan - Breathe Freely! - confirms our mental and physical activeness
Ventspils is a city in northwestern Latvia on the coast of the Baltic Sea. It is named after the Venta River, which passes through the city. Ventspils developed from a castle of the Livonian Order and was first mentioned in chronicles in 1290. It was chartered in 1314 and became an important mercantile city of the Hanseatic League.
Today, Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, is one of the most frequently visited cities of Eastern Europe due to its unique architectural character and cultural events. Diplomatic missions, educational, financial, research and health care institutions are based there.
Kaunas city, located in the confluence of Nemunas and Neris rivers, with nearly 400 thousand inhabitants is one of the most significant cities of Lithuania. It could be described as a city that never accepted its role as the second city in the country.
Palanga is a town on the very coast of the Baltic Sea, attracting visitors by the crunch of white sand under their feet, amber washed out by waves, dark green pine trees and unrepeatable sunsets. Wonderful creations of nature have been fascinating people for centuries.
Palanga is a seaside resort town in western Lithuania, the capital of Palanga city municipality. Situated on the shore of the Baltic Sea it is the busiest Lithuanian summer resort with beautiful sand beaches (18 km long and in some places about 300 m wide), dunes and an unspoilt natural environment. According to a legend, there was a pagan shrine at the foot of a hill during the 14th century.
Druskininkai is the largest resort in Lithuania, located in the south of the country, 120 km from Vilnius and Kaunas. The resort is famous for its old sanatorium treatment traditions, wonderful nature and rapidly developing tourism services infrastructure. The resort has long been famous for its mineral waters and curative mud, which currently are combined with modern technologies and have a great value for health services. Druskininkai is the international resort for active recreation and treatment, which is aimed at the wide spectrum entertainment industry with its highly developed modern service infrastructure.
Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, is located in Northern Europe in the north-eastern part of the Baltic Sea region. The 850 years of Tallinn´s architectural history give a compact and lively overview of various styles and architectural directions.
Tartu, with its population around 100,000 in an area of 38.8 square kilometres, is the second largest city of Estonia. Tartu located 185 kilometres south of Tallinn and is also the centre of Southern Estonia. The river Emajõgi flows ~10 kilometres within the city boundary.
Pärnu, the best known Estonian resort, is more than just a summer city. It is also a place for conferences, theatre performances and concerts. Besides being a resort, Pärnu is also a Hanseatic city, a harbour city and a university city.
The town of Narva is located in an extremely picturesque place. In about two kilometers upstream from Narva and Ivangorod Fortresses there is an unique object of nature. It is the Narva Waterfall, whose spillway capacity is one of the largest in northern Europe.
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