On December 6, Finland is celebrating hundred years of statehood, and the people of Latvia, also a centenarian, are willing to greet!
The Latvian tax system is the most attractive among the three Baltic states and ranks 13th by the Total Tax and Contribution Rate (TTCR) among 190
964,100 visitors stayed at Latvian tourist accommodation establishments in the 3rd quarter of 2017, which is 11.8 % more than during the respective period of 2016.
"No, words will not do justice to the spectacle of the firework show above the River Daugava in the center of Riga on November 18, so here's the whole thing to watch for yourself."
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on November 13 increased its forecasts for economic growth in Latvia both this year and next.
The annual ''Staro Rīga'' (Riga Shines) illumination festival will celebrate its tenth birthday on November 18 as Latvia celebrates its own 99th birthday.
On November 11, Latvians celebrate Lāčplēša day - a memorial day for soldiers who fought for the independence of Latvia at that time hundred years ago when our state was proclaimed.
Forget Munich's cosy beer halls and Lille's dazzling light displays — Riga, the capital of Latvia, has been named the number one European city for a Christmas minibreak in 2017.
Latvia's economy is set to be one of the best-performing in the European Union over the next couple of years, according to latest predictions from the European Commission released November 9.