The cycle route Nr.35 is an itinerary that includes architecture monuments of the two cities such as churches, castles and a fortress, as well as the landscapes of one of the most astonishing stages of the Daugava River. While travelling around this route, you will have an opportunity to get acquainted with Latvian, Russian and Polish cultural and historical heritage, with the most popular sightseeing places and with the daily life of the local community.The full length of the route is 122.8 km.
This cycling route leads 56,5 km across the Daugavpils neighbourhood Griva with its traditional building and the Daugavpils District nature parks of Medumi and Svente, that is a part of the Protected Landscape Area „Augšzeme“. There are several churches on the way and places where the famous Latvian poet Rainis has spent his childhood — … >>
Route. The route is suited to active boaters who love long boat trips and enjoy discovering interesting nature, cultural and historical monuments. Because of high waves during windy time, the route is not suitable for boaters with little or no experience. The route will not fit to lazy ones as it requires strength and strenuous … >>
1. Buildings of Mols manor and park Viski, Viski parish, Daugavpils region The building was established in the late 19th century. The castle was built for the birth of Polish landlords – Mols. It was the castle with two towers. The castle was destroyed during the World War I. The barn, the shed and the … >>
Have a look into the working process of the modern farm and agricultural product processing, visit Rainis House in Berkenele where the poet’s personality and worldview began to form and the first verses were born. Find out about farming in the Berkenele apple garden in Rainis childhood times and nowadays.
Get to know local craftsmen and rural producers’ work, visit lots of farmsteads and Skrinda Family Museum of Vabole. Try your hand in ancient crafts: weaving, woodcarving and smithcraft. Dare to shoot a bow and arbalest, treat yourself with local delicacies during the excursion route and taste a traditional meal of Vabole.
This route is designed to explore the Daugavpils, the second largest city in Latvia. The historical centre of Daugavpils city is an architectural heritage of national importance (the construction work was carried out in the 19th century according to the project endorsed in St Petersburg in 1826). Daugavpils is one of the few cities in Latvia which can pride itself on a unified ensemble of both classic and eclectic styles.
This route will help to get acquainted with the sacral heritage of Daugavpils – holy places and churches of the main religious confessions. A variety of churches of different confessions contribute to the city panorama with its diversity of architectural styles, from Baroque and Neo-gothic to the Byzantine style.