Cēsis is a town in Gauja National Park, in the Vidzeme region of Latvia. Having only around 18,000 inhabitants, it is a fairly quiet historic town, containing two beautiful castles and parks, houses built in various different time periods as well as small cobbled streets in the Old Town.
Built in the 13th century with the spire built in 1853. Currently a Lutheran church. Climbing up in the tower provides a nice view over the Old Town and surroundings.
Complex with the Medieval Castle, the New Castle and the Cesis History and Art Museum.
Has a fountain that is illuminated at night.
Pizzas. Daily bistro. Summer terrace.