Jēkabpils — labo pārmaiņu pilsēta!

A taste guide in the border area of Latvia and Lithuania

A taste guide in the border area of Latvia and Lithuania

Travelling is one of the best ways to spend free time, through which one can gain new knowledge, extraordinary experience and expand their horizons. In this pamphlet we offer you to learn about four exciting destinations: The Versailles of Zemaitija, Plungė City and region, beautiful Rokiskis and its surroundings, the attractive city of Jekabpils and picturesque Koknese region. Take a trip to experience unique types of recreation, gain extraordinary sensations and discover unforgettable tourism objects, which may be viewed during trips of two or more days. 

The offer of leisure activities was created in the scope of the project "Development of sustainable tourism services and improvement of tourism infrastructure availability" (AttractiveFORyou), No. LLI-211, of the Latvian-Lithuanian cross-border cooperation programme 2014-2020. A purpose of the project is to develop the attractiveness and competitiveness of Latvian and Lithuanian cities by improving the availability of existing tourism services and infrastructure, increasing the interest of potential tourists and popularising combined thematic cross-border tourism routes. The project partners - Koknese Municipality Council, Jekabpils Local Government, the Information and Coordination centre of Tourism and Traditional Crafts of Rokiskis, Plungė Region Local Government Administration - hope to create a cooperation model that is able to strengthen the development of tourism in the border area regions. 

Duration of the project "AttractiveFORyou" is between 1 April 2017 and 31 December 2018. It is financed by the European Regional Development Fund in the scope of the Latvian-Lithuanian cross-border cooperation programme 2014-2020.

This material was prepared with the financial support of the European Union. Project partners are fully responsible for the content of this publication, and it shall in no circumstances be treated as an official position of the European Union.

Updated date 23.07.2019. 17:41