The Beauty of Sabile’s Wine Hill and Town Can Now Be Viewed in VR Glasses

As part of the “Garden Pearls II” project, Sabile Tourism Center has been provided with virtual reality (VR) glasses, significantly enhancing the tourist experience and offering a unique opportunity to explore Sabile’s Wine Hill from a new perspective. This initiative has been implemented by the Kurzeme Planning Region, with SIA “Aspired” winning the rights through

Exchange visit to Sweden for the project “Garden Pearls II”

From May 13th to 15th this year, the partners of the project “Garden Pearls II” traveled to Gothenburg, Sweden, to participate in an exchange visit exploring the gardens of Gothenburg. Upon arrival in Gothenburg, the first stop was the Gothenburg Garden Association, which features a wonderful children’s playground, a Palm House, a rose garden, and

Implementation of the „Garden Pearls II“ project

The realization of the project “Garden Pearl II” in Kurzeme region has started. Reports for the first reporting period have been submitted and validated. Several procurements have bee­­­­n carried out and are being prepared in order to carry out improvement work and other planned activities during this year. A procurement has been carried out for

Garden Pearls II – Project description

Project Nr. EE-LV00038 Project Objective:  Project aims to create a single network of accessible gardens, parks and nature trails to improve garden tourism and improve sustainable tourism supply. Implementation period: 10.11.2023 – 30.09.2026. Project implementers: Project managing Partner: Vidzeme Tourism Association, Project partners: Kurzeme Planning Region; Riga Planning Region; NGO “Garden Pearls”; Municipality of

The first meeting of the partners of the project ‘Garden Pearls II’ has taken place

On November 10, 2023, partners from Latvia and Estonia gathered in person at the Smiltene Technical School for a joint meeting on the ‘Garden Pearls’ project. In total, there are 17 partners involved in the project, including 12 from Latvia and 5 from Estonia. The project is a continuation of the previously implemented ‘Garden Pearls