Tukums is a town, tidy, well-kept, even idyllic in some corners. Regardless the fact that it's small, it has sites to see.
First of all, it has a tourist information center with an extensive collection of brochures about Latvia's sites.
There is also a linen clothes shop, not a cheap one, but with an interesting collection of modern and stylish clothes for children and adults. Bags, scarves, tablecloth, hats... It's worth dropping in.
Horse riding school, classes at 8 lats per hour.
Minor sculpture here and there.
The cat at the boat center. He was unwilling to socialize but I got him against his will. I suspect he is too spoilt with all those fish he's treated to by fishermen at the boat station.
The restaurant of the central hotel of Tukums, called Tukums, a room at 20 lats=40 dollars. The room was relatively spacious, and clean. However, the window was on the roof and, with the weather in Latvia being changeable, one can't leave it open at night or when going outside. It can start raining at any moment and you'll end up with a room full of water. So that was the only inconvenience we had there: always having to close the window.
The dishes were adorably cheap, beautifully served, tasty Have a look at the pie with strawberries!
The center of Tukums.