Today is Wednesday, 2021.10.20

Annual Event of the Programme taking place in Sigulda, Latvia

Today, New Tourism Route – Via Hanseatica will be introduced and promoted during the Annual Event of the Programme, hosting more than 220 participants from Estonia, Latvia and Russia in Sigulda, Latvia. Conference and Panel Discussion „Support to the Cross Border Cultural and Active Tourism in Latvia, Estonia and Russia” will touch on the role of the Estonia-Latvia-Russia CBC Programme in the socio-economic development of the border regions, European cultural routes and their sustainable network management and socio-economic impact evaluation, as well ENI Programming 2014-2020.


5 projects will inform the audience about the achieved results, experience gained and future plans to ensure sustainability. To witness tangible results three projects’ site visits through Sigulda and Ligatne Nature Park will be organised.



Tuesday, 11th June – Open – Air Project Exhibition „Enjoy the Hansa Route through Latvia, Estonia and Russia!” with an opportunity for participants of the Event as well as inhabitants, visitors and guests of Sigulda to make journey through the improvised new Via Hanseatica Tourism Route in one place – Castle of Livonian Order. Attractive guided border crossings will be conducted every 30 minutes and there will be a possibility to enjoy folk music and medieval cuisine. Outputs of all 8 tourism projects will be presented and altogether 18 projects supported within the Programme will exhibit their plans, works and results.


Please see also actual publications, which thematically are supporting the Annual Event.


7 th Newsletter of the Programme


Supporting Tourism in Estonia, Latvia and Russia - Tourism Map of the Programme


Press Release of the Day - English, Estonian, Latvian and Russian


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