Riga
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Riga

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Riga, the capital of Latvia, is situated on the Baltic Sea coast at the mouth of the River Daugava. Riga has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its historic quarter and notable Art Nouveau architecture. Riga is a vibrant, fast-evolving modern city that has a lot to offer. Although it still maintains remnants of medieval architecture and has some of the finest examples of late 19th century Jugend buildings in Europe. The city is full of tourist spots and interesting monuments and museums, the high points being: The Doma Cathedral, one of the largest churches in the Baltic States and Riga Castle, which houses the Museum of foreign art and well as being home to the Latvian president. Other places to not to be missed are St Peter's Church and St Jacob’s Cathedral, the Powder Tower and the Latvian Museum of War. Riga indeed has something for everyone.

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Our tips for Riga

  • Luxury food at a reasonable price: Book your tours early and you can use those pennies for a meal out! Riga has affordable and good food, so perhaps you can treat yourself to a special night out. 
  • Helping the planet: If you bring your own water bottle, well for one it’ll save having to buy water and the water is safe to drink. So, you’ll be helping out the environment a bit, and preserving those pennies. 

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Best time to visit

Riga is a wonderful city to explore during the summer months. You’ll find that the weather is not too hot. It does rain, especially in the late Spring.

Getting around

You can easily tour around the main parts of Riga on foot, however, if you want to use public transport, which to begin with can be a little confusing, then the city has an extensive network of buses, trams and trolleybuses. You can also take taxis if that’s your preferred choice.

Stay Safe

You’ll find exploring Riga pleasant and safe. Crime rates are low in the city and even pickpockets are not common. Like all travel though, you should remain vigilant and it’s best to keep your belongings safe. It’s better to be safe rather than sorry.

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