Bringing neighbours closer
Welcome to the Interreg V-A Latvia–Lithuania Programme 2014–2020!About the programme
30 January 2019
A new tourist map has been issued that will take you on a journey through the historical and contemporary gardens of Latvia and Lithuania. This map features 109 gardens that are open to visitors, 53 of them historical gardens which emphasis their values, as well as botanic gardens and collections of plants where you will learn about gardening traditions and history and see traditional types of fruits, vegetables, herbs, decorative trees, bushes and flowers in Latvia (Latgale, Kurzeme, Zemgale) and Lithuania (Aukštatija, Žemaitija). Included also several landscape gardens where you can get ideas for your garden design, as well as farms dealing with berry and fruit processing.
The map also includes 7 tourist routes that will be useful for travel ideas during the garden season. The map is printed in 5 languages.
Printed map is available in Lauku celotajs office Kalnciema street 40, Rīga, and in Lithuanian Rural tourism office Donelaičio street 2-201, Kaunas.
Last updated: 28.01.2020 14:42