Jelgava palace (40 km) „Bauskas alus” brewery (30 km)
Jelgava palace is very spectacular itself but the latvian duke crypts that are located there make it even more worth seeing. „Bauskas Alus” even today has maintained their ancient brewing traditions which is also the reason why their beer is so popular and tasteful.
Mezotne palace (35km) Bauska castle (30 km)
Mezotne palace has a very proud history which began when the empress of Russia Catherine II gave it away to the governess of her grandchildren – Charlotte von Lieven. Bauska castle ruins, who served as a Livonian Order stronghold in the 15th century, are placed in a very picturesque place where the two rivers Mūsa and Mēmele confluence.
Rundale palace (45 km) Riekstukalns (25km)
Rundale palace which is built in baroque style is one of the most impressive architectural monuments in Latvia and is without doubt worth seeing. Riekstukalns is perfectly suited ski resort for amateurs and those who want to try skis or snowboard for the first time.