Kuldiga is a beautiful and appealing town nestled in the west of Latvia, in the region of Courland. Known as "The Venice of the North", it boasts a unique mix of historical significance and natural beauty. The town is renowned for its fabulous preserved architecture with winding, cobbled streets lined by colorful 17th-century houses, its picturesque and antique wooden bridge, and the spectacular Ventas Rumba, Europe's widest waterfall. The annual summer solstice festival, celebrated with bonfires and traditional Latvian chanting, is a cultural highlight attracting visitors from all over the world. Here, you can experience authentic Latvian hospitality, soaking in the old-world charm while exploring the magnificent landscapes and emblematic structures of Kuldiga.