1 Vyborg ENGLISH
An internationally interesting and still relatively uniform example of a Northern European city – an ancient gateway between the East and the West. The historical core of the town is formed by the castle and nearby buildings. The city’s major tourist attractions are unique monuments of military architecture dating from the 13th to the 18th century, the authentic medieval spirit of the Old Town and magnificent landscape of park Mon Repos with the 19th-century estate.
2 St. Petersburg
The second largest city in Russia, founded by Peter the Great, is situated by the Neva River, at the head of the Gulf of Finland in the Baltic Sea. Due to its location, history, architecture, famous citizens and a fascinating mixture of nature and art of building the Northern Capital, the city is recognised as one of the largest economic, cultural and scientific centres of Russia, Europe and the whole world.
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One of St. Petersburg’s most famous and popular visitor attractions, the palace and park at Peterhof (also known as Petrodvorets) are often referred to as the Russian Versailles. The palace and the nearby buildings, mostly reconstructed after the Second World War, are surrounded by leafy gardens and a spectacular ensemble of gravity-fed fountains.
St. Petersburg Peterhof Gatchina
Scenic, historical suburb is famous for its palaces, parks, gardens, fresh air and wonderful lakes. Visitors can find museums and ancient noble estates, palaces and temples as well as places associated with the life of renowned people. Sightseeing tours, exhibitions and festivals, cosy restaurants and cafés with home-cooked food will make your stay in Gatchina unforgettable.
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History of the route illustrates the history of the Baltic Sea region, being simultaneously a trade route, a postal route, an area of cultural exchange between European nations, and finally a route of invasions and military clashes between German and Russian armies. There is a mixture of a number of cultures, offering unforgettable encounters with different people and cultural heritage on a single trip – several religions, variety of churches, changing architecture and history of manors, castles and fortresses. Nature in Via Hanseatica can be described as “wild beauty”. Many nature reserves
Take the Via Hanseatica on E77 on the route of Lübeck–Gdansk–Kaliningrad– Šiauliai–Jelgava–Riga and on E264 on the route of Riga–Valka/Valga–Tartu–Narva–St. Petersburg. Do not be afraid to turn off the main route and discover all the plus regions: Pskov and Vyborg in Russia and Rakvere and Viljandi in Estonia. Points of interest in Latvia, Estonia and Russia are extensively marked with roadside signs.
Estonia-Russia Cross Border Cooperation Programme 2014-2020 aims to foster crossborder cooperation across the borders between the Republic of Estonia and the Russian Federation to promote socio-economic development in the regions on both sides of the common borders. The Programme web-site is www.estoniarussia.eu.
This publication has been produced with the financial assistance of the Estonia–Russia Cross Border Cooperation Programme 2014-2020. The content of this publication is the sole responsibility of Tartu County Tourism Foundation and Ida-Viru Enterprise Center and can under no circumstances be regarded as reflecting the position of the Programme, Programme participating countries alongside with the European Union. Photos: M. Meilbaum, R. Laanes, T. Arbeiter, A. Dublans, U. Brālēns, M. Lätt, A. Ansu, K. Laurson, J. Nilson; Photostock of Enterprise Estonia: A. Urb; photostocks of the project partners. Map: OÜ Regio ©Regio 2019, KL-19-067, www.regio.ee 2020
Legendary Izborsk is the place where the Russian land began and is the birthplace of Russian statehood. For several centuries, Izborsk, the foremost fortress in the Pskov “stone shield” of defense, protected the northwestern borders of Russia, playing an important role in preserving the Orthodox faith and the independence of the Russian state.
The largest transboundary lake in Europe lies on the border between Estonia and Russia. On the Russian side, there are numerous place names that are of Finno-Ugric origin, while on the Estonian side, there are areas populated by the Russian Old Believers, mostly in the well-known Onion Route area. The most popular beach by Lake Peipus on Estonian side is Kauksi and on Russian side Chudskoye Podvor’ye.
Põltsamaa, once the capital of Livonia, is today best known for the beautiful roses, bridges, splendid wines and a wine cellar in the stone fort, established in 1272. Põltsamaa Rose Garden, exhibiting 5000 rose plants and almost 1000 different rose varieties, belongs to one of the TOP 10 rosariums in Europe. There are as many as 18 bridges across the Põltsamaa River, which runs through the town, and you can walk over all of them.
The oldest city in the Baltic States and one of the most important centres in the former Hanseatic League due to its connection to Russia is also known as the birthplace of the Estonian culture. The students, intellectuals, creative people, numerous museums and events keep Tartu young and genuine. Rich history, extraordinary architecture and pure Estonian food make the visit even more exciting.
The small village in Valgamaa is renowned for its magnificent castle as well as for the type of rye cultivated in the area. Exhibitions about the 19th-century science and the famous last lord von Berg are open at circular stable that was once part of the manor complex. Sangaste Rukki Maja and the castle restaurant offer all sorts of food and beverages made from the famous local rye.
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Kobrino village is one of the most beautiful destinations in the Leningrad Region. The territory treasures many historical places that are associated with the name of the great Russian poet Alexander Pushkin as well as with the lives of his ancestors. The main attraction of the village, which only has one street, is the House Museum of Alexander Pushkin’s Nanny.
A rural settlement space in Volosovskу areа in Leningrad region is famous for being the home of the well-known Russian painter, writer, archaeologist, theosophist and public figure Nicolas Roerich. A major attraction related to the author is the N. Roerich Museum-Estate. Tourists are also charmed by the stunning natural beauty of the area.
and parks offer breathtaking views as well as numerous activities. But even outside nature reserves and parks, you can feel being surrounded by nature and history. Many of these beautiful places have become well-known and immortal thanks to artworks by inspired poets, writers and painters.
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A small resort town charms its visitors with a number of lakes, the warmest of them being Lake Verevi, pine forests and hiking trails with diverse terrain. The healing environment of the garden town offers possibilities for an active holiday, but Elva also offers good flavours, concerts, sports competitions as well as numerous historic and modern places to visit.
This small town attracts tourists with its rich history, revealing the ruins of an ancient fortress, cosy streets with old-time buildings and regular town planning. From the steep bank of the Luga River, one can see the masonry fragments of once powerful Russian Yam fortress as well as the earthworks and bastions all around the Yamgorod settlement.
A place where two cultures meet. The fortresses of Narva and Ivangorod form an exceptional architectural ensemble on the opposite river banks and are developed as attractive museums full of events and activities. The permanent exhibition in Narva Castle is recently renewed and also the east wing of castle, which was previously closed, is now open to visitors. Walk along the river promenade, discover different monuments and hidden gems in the Parusinka/ Kreenholm district or enjoy local food at cafés and restaurants.
In the border area of Estonia and Russia, Setos have preserved a unique kingdom that accentuates their culture, language, food, folk costumes and the traditions connected to the Orthodox Church. Visit the Eukteria, listen to leelo folk songs and try the local food. The Seto Kingdom Day, Seto Leelo Day, village feast kirmas and Seto St. John’s bonfire are the most well-known events.
In the valley of the River Pühajõgi, there once was a grand palace that was built by a wealthy Russian merchant Jelissejev. Today, you can walk in the well-marked and well-maintained park, explore Hõbeallika (Silver Spring) Cave, take part in events as well as enjoy the sunset and beautiful views to the park and the sea. Nearby Toila Spa, situated in a pine forest, offers various water activities, saunas and procedures.
Valga, which was a single settlement during the Livonian period, received its city rights in 1584 and developed into an important railway town by the beginning of the 20th century. When Estonia and Latvia gained their independence, Valga was divided between the two countries. When the borders were still closed, a lot of students needed to get through the passport control to get to school. However, today, the borders are open and you might not even realise which town you are in at the moment.
One of the biggest and most creative cities in Latvia. It is the veritable regional centre for culture, education, industry and sport. The commercial heyday was obvious in Valmiera already in the 14th and 15th century when the city became a member of the Hanseatic League. One of the landmarks of Valmiera is the St. Simon’s Church, built in 1283. Valmiera is the only city in Vidzeme region with a professional theatre, open since 1923.
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Rauna, one of the most beautiful residential areas in Latvia’s Vidzeme region, is a diverse and unique place with rare natural objects, architectural monuments, historic sites and modern entrepreneurs in the area of gastronomy. Enjoy the delights and rural peace Rauna has to offer!
The smallest Hansa town in the world. Thanks to its location at the crossroads of trading routes, Straupe grew fast and was an important Hanseatic League city until the middle of the 17th century. Today, Straupe is the biggest village in the municipality of Pārgauja. In 2008, the Straupe Farmers’ Market was opened, offering local slow food products. It is open on the first and third Sunday of the month all year round.
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Not far from the Via Hanseatica route, there is a lovely small town that is known for its beautiful castle, where you can find yourself travelling to the Middle Ages, and for the modern Aqva spa that brings you back into the 21st century. Rakvere Theater and the traditional night runs are prominent parts of the cultural calendar.
What is Via Hanseatica? Via Hanseatica is an international tourism route connecting Estonia, Latvia and Russia, highlighting the unique sights, history, culture, events and flavours of each country. The route is based on the historic Hansa trade corridor and includes the part from St. Petersburg to Riga through Tartu and it has been extended towards Rakvere and Viljandi in Estonia and towards Vyborg and Pskov in Russia as Plus regions.
Pskov is a city of ancient culture, a spiritual centre of Russia. The city owes its distinctive image and rare charm to the architectural ensemble of the Kremlin, the defensive walls, the white stone chambers and the ancient churches, some of which are on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The modern infrastructure of Pskov offers accommodation and catering of high quality, as well as entertainment centres.
A small town in the Plus region boasts ruins of the former magnificent Viljandi Order Castle that is surrounded by the beautiful views of Lake Viljandi. Cosy cafés, hiking trail by the lake, tennis courts, boat rent and beach delight the visitors. The cultural calendar includes the annual folk festival which is the biggest in Estonia, Ugala Theatre shows as well as numerous smaller events.
Founded in 1206, Cēsis is the third oldest city in Latvia. It became a member of the Hanseatic League in the 14th century. Today, Cēsis is one of the most important Latvian centres for art and culture. The most interesting sights include the medieval castle, the Old Town with its completely preserved street network, the oldest brewery in Northern Europe and the wooden villas built on the banks of the River Gauja.
The nature trails in Amata, leading to the scenic cliffs and extraordinary rocks, and along the curvy banks of rivers Gauja and Amata, are the treasures of the area. Tours and excursions provided by the Araisi Archaeological Park offer a look into the everyday life and celebrations of people of different centuries. During winter, you can go skiing and snowboarding in the nearby active sports centres. In summer, you can discover the area during canoe trips.
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Plan your own trip on Via Hanseatica using the travel planner! As a traveller, you can get a quick overview of what Via Hanseatica regions have to offer and with just one click, you are presented with a selection of options: to use predefined thematic routes along Via Hanseatica as a basis for the next holiday or to start a totally new trip based on your own needs and interests. The travel planner will allow you to set your own dates, locations and add to the route a variety of attractions according to your own wishes. You can either plan your trip in one country or go through all three countries during one trip. And as one of its best features – it does not allow you to overplan. The timeline that is created simultaneously with the trip shows exactly how much free time there is left for additional adventures or a glass of wine. And when you are done with planning, just save your trip and come to Via Hanseatica!
Discover the THEMATIC ROUTES at travel planner: culture, nature, family and food! Thematic routes, passing through all three countries or the Plus region, have been designed to take altogether at least a week to cover the route by car. Detailed route descriptions with objects are presented in Via Hanseatica travel planner at
Unforgettable adventures on Via Hanseatica This is a contemporary romantic travel story about a young Russian businessman Mark, his wife Nadia and their two children. They are on their way to a conference in Lübeck when they accidentally miss their plane in St. Petersburg. There is no other choice but to drive to Riga to catch the first flight from there. But fate decides differently and they find themselves making a brief but memorable journey through the historic sites – a trip that will change their lives forever. Our 30-year-old businessman Mark is a keynote speaker at a business conference in Lübeck. He goes to Germany with his wife Nadia who is very keen on history. As it happens, their nanny falls ill and they have to take along their two energetic children, Alexander and Maria, whose unquenchable curiosity makes their trip along Via Hanseatica the most exciting one they have ever had.
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Culture to greet and people to meet!
1 Central City library of Alvar Aalto
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Built in 1935, the library has become a model of functionalism in architecture as there is an undulating wood ceiling, a unique architectural solution used by Aalto, in the lecture hall for daylight. The finished library complex includes not only the restoration of the author’s architectural solutions, but also the introduction of new library technologies.
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It is a religious, historical and architectural centre of Pskov, incorporating the Krom, the Dovmont city, the Administrative Chamber of the 17th century, the fortress towers and the walls built between the 14th and 16th centuries. The Trinity Cathedral, a unique monument of ecclesiastical architecture of the 17th century and the main church of the area, is also located there. The height of the cathedral is 78 metres.
An exciting theme park meant for the whole family - a unique centre where you will see life-size prehistoric animals as well as experience how the world and Estonian nature has developed through the ages.
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One of the most well-known and beautiful natural sights in the Plus region in Estonia are the sandstone outcrops on the right bank of the ancient valley of Ahja River. The highest of them, the Large Heaven’s Hall, rises 22 metres from the river surface, while the Small Heaven’s Hall, a bit further downstream, is up to 13 metres high. There are a number of caves and springs in the outcrops.
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Adventure in nature!
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Rakvere, in the Via Hanseatica Plus region, boasts an authentic medieval castle where you will find yourself back in the 16th century! Learn interesting facts and discoveries about the life of the Middle Ages and the early modern period, take a peek into the wine cellar, real torture chamber, the chamber of death and the hell itself, enjoy the food inspired by medieval times and dress up as knights or warriors.
The rocky English landscape park is an architectural monument of classicism of the 19th century and it stretches over the picturesque area on the Vyborg Bay’s shore and several islands. Mon Repos has been associated with the family of Barons Nicolay, who owned the estate from 1788 to 1943, and together with a number of prominent architects, painters and sculptors, created the park on the estate.
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12 Gauja National Park
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Via Hanseatica has something special for every family! During a family vacation, you can challenge yourself in adventure parks, learn interesting facts about history in museums, explore the Ice Age and take a look at a life-size mammoth, take a boat trip or go fishing, relax by sunbathing or swimming, or fly a hot-air balloon. Among other places, you can visit:
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18 Camel park Rakši
A unique space in which you will be touched by the era of Peter The Great. You will be able to make a souvenir coin, fire an air rifle or throw the core with a giant slingshot, learn about commanders who took part in the assault on Vyborg in 1710 and take a marvellous look at Vyborg from a convenient and safe viewing platform that was recreated from old photos.
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You will be able to ride a camel, touch alpaca’s fur and go for a relaxing walk through the forest with a faithful companion lama. There are more than 80 lively and friendly animals you can hand-feed or take a selfie with. In the nice café, you can taste healthy camel milk pancakes.
14 Children’s play complex
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The fairy-tale town was opened in 1980 in honor of the 175th anniversary of the world-famous storyteller H. C. Andersen. In the town, styled after the architecture of medieval Western Europe, you can visit the Town Hall and Tin Soldier Towers, Snow White Café, bastions, bridges and underground passage. Throughout the town runs a highway for children and during summer, you can enjoy theatre shows.
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16 Estonian Road Museum
VH Plus Estonia
While discovering the Plus region, you can discover the development of roads and traffic in the museum in Varbuse, Põlva County. A large variety of two-wheeled vehicles, a spectacular machinery hall, traffic city for kids and exciting exhibitions offer plenty to explore.
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The Chocolate museum is located in one of the two remaining gunpowder cellars and the entrance to the museum is free! You can treat yourself with delicious handmade chocolates, buy local products and take part in tours or workshops.
At the foot of Suur Munamägi, the highest peak in the Baltic States, in Haanja Nature Park, there is a cosy café that is run by people who value fresh, local and organic produce, and try to operate as environmentally friendly and well as possible. In addition to delicious flavours, the café offers various activities and beautiful views of the surrounding nature.
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The golf resort offers you the high-quality recreation at any time of the year. The restaurant, with a panoramic view to the golf course, offers the finest traditional country cuisine. During summer, there are terraces open, while in cooler days, you can warm yourself by the fireplace. It is an ideal place for a date or a business breakfast.
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The restaurant, located in the restored merchant chambers of the 17th century, comprises the Beer, Repast, Coffee, Cake and Wine chambers. The menu, which has been worked through by both cooks and philologists, who recreated the Old Slavonic names for the drinks and dishes, offers the best dishes of Russian and European cuisine.
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20 Gorki Golf & Resort
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You can enjoy the culinary stops – taverns, farms, manors, old castles, mills and small food factories along the Via Hanseatica route. There are a lot of opportunities to have a taste and learn about the local food. Visit the breweries, wine cellars, cosy little farms and markets or take part of food workshops to get more diverse experiences of the local cuisine. Among other places, you can visit:
RUSSIA Tourist Information Centre of the Leningrad Region Улица Смольного, 3 / Smolnogo 3, St.Petersburg
+781 2539 4256 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tourist information centre Gatchina municipal district пр. 25 Октября, д. 21, подъезд 1/ pr. 25. October 21, entrance 1, Gatchina, Leningrad Region
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Tourism Information Centre of Ivangorod Улица Гагарина 41 / Gagarin street 41, Ivangorod
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ESTONIA Narva Visitor Centre Peetri plats 3, Narva, Ida-Viru County
+372 359 9137 email@example.com
Jõhvi Tourist Information Centre Kooli 2, Jõhvi, Ida-Viru County
+372 337 0568 firstname.lastname@example.org
Jõgevamaa Tourist Information Centre Köstri allee, Palamuse, Jõgeva County
+372 776 8520 email@example.com
Põltsamaa Tourist Information Point Lossi 1b, Põltsamaa, Jõgeva County
+372 775 1390 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tartu Visitor Centre Raekoja plats 1a, Town Hall, Tartu
+372 744 2111 email@example.com
Elva Tourist Information Point Kesk 30, Elva, Tartu County
+372 733 0132 firstname.lastname@example.org
Otepää Tourist Information Centre Tartu maantee 1, Otepää, Valga County
+372 766 1200 email@example.com
Valga Visitor Centre Kesk 11, Valga, Valga County
+372 766 1699 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rakvere Tourist Information Centre Lai 20, Rakvere, Lääne-Viru County
+372 324 2734 email@example.com
Viljandi Tourist Information Centre Vabaduse plats 6, Viljandi, Viljandi County
+372 433 0442 firstname.lastname@example.org
Põlvamaa Tourist Information Centre Kooli 1, Räpina, Põlva County
+372 799 5001 email@example.com
Võrumaa Tourist Information Centre Jüri 12, Võru, Võru County
+372 782 1881 firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a farm in Tartu County where dairy cows are raised “happy“ and the milk they produce is used to make delicious cheeses. These are the first Estonian cheeses that have gained recognition all over the world. You can visit the cowshed, have a look at the milking process as well as purchase various cheeses and organic products by the local small producers from the farm shop.
The complex is located in a quiet picturesque place in a pine forest on the outskirts of the city of Pskov. Here you can discover various walking and cycling routes, enjoy activities at the sports and play complex, stay at the hotel or at the caravan camping and visit the restaurant that will take care of all your meals.
13 Cultural and entertainment complex “Peter I. Northern bridgehead”
The park protects the rich nature of the ancient Gauja River valley and its surrounding areas as well as the vast diversity of local plant, bird and insect species. You can enjoy the aura of old castles, get a burst of energy at one of the ancient sacred places or experience the healing properties of the springs.
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A unique park where you can choose leisure activities to your liking - enjoy nature, choosing one of the cycling or hiking routes, take a short trip around the lake, have fun and actively spend time in one of the largest high-rope courses in Russia, relax in the bathhouses and recharge the batteries in a local café. In winter, tourists can go downhill skiing and donut tubing.
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The caves are located on a conservation area of 328.8 ha that includes two waterfalls, canyons of the Sablinka and Tosna rivers with outcrops of Cambrian and Ordovician rocks, a number of artificial caves, and several historical sites, such as the ancient mounds, the probable location of the camp of Alexander Nevsky before the battle with the Swedes and the former estate of Count Alexei Konstantinovich Tolstoy known as the farm “Desert”.
Founded in 1909, Estonian National Museum, which has moved into a new amazing building, carries the basic values of the Estonian nation and guards its continuity. The heritage, from Finno-Ugric to the Samoyedic people, is also presented in the exhibitions. In addition to exhibitions, the museum has an art gallery, cinema and conference hall, black box theatre, café, restaurant and a museum shop.
8 Sablinsky caves
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11 Malskaya Valley Activity Park
Via Hanseatica is a real dream for nature visitors! Get away from the urban environment and enjoy the wilderness of beautiful hills and valleys, sandy beaches and picturesque woods instead. It is possible to get new energy, heal yourself or try various activities to stay healthy. Among other places, you can visit:
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An interesting manor museum in Izvara Village features a unique blend of nature, archaeology, architecture, history and culture. It was the first national museum in Russia and is dedicated to Nicholas Konstantinovich Roerich – a famous Russian painter, scholar, traveller and public figure who spent many years there.
The castle complex with its historically romantic environment is a special fascination for visitors. More than ten centuries of Latvian cultural history meets here, each with its own time, aura and message for today and the future. Visiting Cēsis Medieval Castle offers a possibility for time travel with tours around the historic building and hands-on experience to enjoy the entertainment and activities of the bygone era.
Nicholas Roerich Museum-Estate in Izvara
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Put on your wellies, grab a warm jacket and enjoy the deepest underground experience in old mining gears. You can hear the story of the oil shale, feel yourself as a miner, drive the underground train or enjoy a real miner’s meal. The surrounding area also offers fun adventures: in the old quarry on foot or with off-road vehicles or on the light blue waters of Aidu quarry with canoes.
Cultural routes take you to different historical regions where you can explore the local traditions, history and also get to know the local people. During the trip, you can visit old castles, beautiful manor houses, interesting museums, lovely small villages and romantic towns. Have a look at the local event calendar because there are interesting events on the Via Hanseatica route all year round! Among other places, you can visit:
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Small manor brewery near Valmiera where live beer is slowly brewed. The granary of the manor house consists of a Beer Boutique and Valmiermuiža Beer Kitchen, allowing guests to discover how to pair different beers with various foods. They also provide an insightful tour in the brewery and an integral part of any visit is discovering and tasting the wide range of Valmiermuiža brews.
LATVIA Valka Tourist Information Bureau Rīgas iela 22, Valka
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Strenči Municipality Tourism Information Centre Rīgas iela 7, Strenči
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Valmiera Tourism Information Centre Rīgas iela 10, Valmiera
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Cēsis Tourism Information Centre Baznīcas laukums 1, Cēsis
+371 2831 8318 firstname.lastname@example.org
Amata Municipality’s Tourism Information Point Āraiši, Amata municipality
+371 2566 9935 email@example.com
Pārgauja Tourism Information Point Braslas iela 2, Straupe, Pargauja municipality
+371 2662 0422 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rauna Tourism Information Centre Valmieras iela 1, Rauna
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Līgatne Tourism Information Centre Spriņģu iela 2, Līgatne
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Sigulda District Tourism Information Centre Ausekļa iela 6, Sigulda
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