How long have you been immersed in the world of fairy tales ?
In the Baltic States, the festival of Chinese lanterns. The festival is made in the style of “Alice in Wonderland”.
More than 300 light objects – huge glowing mushrooms, a smiling Cheshire cat, fabulous arches of flowers, huge glowing flowers and all this accompanied by electronic music. All the sculptures are made of silk, it took more than a million light bulbs and thousands of meters of silk to create.
We visited this festival in Lithuania, Pakroi Manor. The scale was really breathtaking, there were clocks and large flowers at the entrance. Walking through the festival, it’s as if you yourself get into the chapters from Alice in Wonderland and completely forget about the time and take out your phone to capture all this beauty.
There is wonderful news for residents of Latvia, the festival will come to us and those who did not have time to visit it in Lithuania, be sure to go to the city of Sigulda. It is there in Latvia that the festival will take place, on the territory of the Sigulda medieval Castle. By the way, if you have not been to the castle, then this is a great opportunity to visit it.
The festival will run from February 4 to March 13, opening hours from 18:00 – 23:30.
Ticket price :
For children from 5 years old, schoolchildren, students, pensioners and the disabled – 13 euros.
Children under 4 years old (inclusive) – free of charge.
Adult ticket – 18 euros.
Family tickets :
2 + 1 (two adults and a child aged 5 to 18 years) – 45 euros.
2 + 2 (two adults and two children aged 5 to 18 years) – 55 euros.
The ticket can be purchased closer to the event on the website, the ticket must be purchased for a specific date and time of the visit. The festival will work in accordance with all epidemiological requirements.