Maps of Latvia. Detailed road, administrative, physical and topographical maps of Latvia. All cities of Latvia on the maps.
Maps of Latvia:
- Road map of Latvia. Latvia road map.
- Topographical map of Latvia. Latvia topographical map.
- Administrative map of Latvia. Latvia administrative map.
- Map Latvia and borders countries. Latvia and borders countries map.
- International corridors map of Latvia. Latvia international corridors map.
- Roads map of Latvia with cities and airports. Latvia roads map with cities and airports.
- Small map of Latvia. Latvia small map.
- Detailed road map of Latvia. Latvia detailed road map.
- Detailed administrative map of Latvia. Latvia detailed administrative map.
- Detailed large political map of Latvia. Latvia detailed large political map.
- Detailed topographical map of Latvia. Latvia detailed topographical map.
- Detailed physical map of Latvia with highways and cities in russian.
- Large relief map of Latvia. Latvia large relief map.
- Large detailed location map of Latvia. Latvia large detailed location map.
- Large detailed railroads map of Latvia. Latvia large detailed railroads map.
- Large detailed roads and highways map of Latvia. Latvia large detailed roads and highways map.
- Large detailed roads map of Latvia with cities. Latvia large detailed roads map with cities.
- Large detailed administrative and road map of Latvia. Latvia large detailed administrative and road map.
- Large scale detailed tourist illustrated map of Latvia.
Maps of Riga city:
Maps of Jurmala city:
Latvia – short description:
The capital, Riga is the biggest of the Baltic capitals, and is a UNESCO World Heritage site boasting the most outstanding collection of Jungendstil (Germanic Art Nouveau) buildings in Europe.
The landscape once out of Riga is scattered with picturesque villages, medieval towns, country castles, ruined fortresses, grand palaces, museums and folk parks. The coastland along the Baltic Sea offers endless sandy beaches, while the hinterland is an expanse of forest, lakes, rippling rivers mostly protected nature parks.
Other picturesque towns to visit are Cesis, Liepaja and Kuldiga. Cesis is one of Latavia’s oldest towns with wooden buildings and cobble stone streets, churches and magnificent castles, while Liepaja also boasts attractive architecture with a seaside park and the famous KGB museum. Kuldiga boasts Europe’s widest waterfall and the impressive torrent deriving from the Venta River, it is also a striking historic site.
Latvia has a milder climate to the west near the sea and temperatures are warm in summer from June to September. Winters are long and cold with temperatures remaining below zero from December to March. There is rain throughout the year and snow in winter.