Riga, July 14, LETA. From August 2 to August 4, more than 30 park and park owners will host garden enthusiasts and travelers, who together will create a new "Garden Pearls" tourist route, representatives of the event organizers told LETA.
During the campaign, various events for gardeners, families with children, partners, groups of friends, collectives and other interested parties, such as open air concerts, creative workshops, lectures on plant care, free guided tours and opportunities to buy seeds planned at each the place.
Alise Plaude, Coordinator of the Garden Pearls project in Latvia, proudly praised the involvement of parks and gardens active in projects and campaigns, which, in his opinion, showed interest and demand for the development of park tourism in Latvia and Estonia. He explained that the campaign would take place with the aim of familiarizing the general public with a wealth of gardens and parks.
The event will be attended by Vidzeme gardens and garden owners in the Kārļamuiža landscape garden and apple orchard, Kokmuiža park, Daugava museum, "Jaunrūjas" farm, Lēdurga dendropark, Ternejas park, Oleri manor park, Oleri manor park, Botanical Gardens and rhododendron nurseries, Gardens Botanical, Botanical Gardens, and Garden Test Museum of the Turaida Nature Reserve at the Mezaparks and Kalsnava Arboretum, as well as the beautiful Ojārs Kiršteins garden, the farm "Cīrļi" and the nursery "Raunas nursery".
Open days are held by garden and garden owners who participate in the "Garden Pearls" Estonia-Latvia cross-border program project. The aim of the project is to promote the development of tourist parks in Latvia and Estonia, as well as to promote Latvia and Estonia as a single park tourist destination. The project includes representatives from nurseries, ornamental gardens, collection gardens, historic manor parks, agricultural gardens, arboretums and dendroparks.
Project Leader Partners in Latvia are Vidzeme Tourism Association.