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Riga greets visitors with a unique and breath-taking silhouette, beautifully reflected in the Baltic Sea. A stroll through the city centre offers a charmingly confusing mix of a modern metropolitan city, with exclusive shopping, crazy nightlife, international cuisine and ancient traditions in a capital that has been multi-cultural throughout its 800-year history. And all this in a city worth getting lost in.
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Riga offers plenty in terms of sightseeing and entertainment, just as one would expect from a city that has been named European Capital of Culture in 2014. Guided tours normally depart from the Old Town Square. Many of the most beautiful and interesting sights are concentrated in Old Town, so it is a good idea to start your tour here.
The Freedom Monument
The Freedom Monument, or "Milda" among the people of Riga, towers gracefully between the Old Town and the city. The 42-metre tall statue is a symbol of Latvia’s freedom and independence. The honour guard changes shifts every hour, on the hour, from morning until evening.
Three Brothers
The Three Brothers are the oldest stone residential buildings in the city, situated in the picturesque Maza Pils alley in the Old Town. Each of the three houses represents different stages in the architectural époques of Riga, from Medieval to Baroque.
St. Peter’s Cathedral
From the viewing platform around the church spire, you can walk 360 degrees around the tower. From St. Peter’s Cathedral you can see the whole of Riga laid out before you.
Museum of War
The so-called Powder Tower, last remnant of the 13th-century wall that once surrounded the heart of Riga, is now hosting a war museum. Here you can learn about Latvia’s dramatic history.
Riga Castle
The Latvian president Andris Bērziņš lives in one of the wings of this yellow 14th-century castle, situated by the mouth of the Daugava River in the harbour area. The castle has been rebuilt several times throughout the centuries, and the style is a charming muddle of different architectural époques. Several art museums are housed in the castle.
Dome Cathedral
The largest place of worship in the Baltic, measures 187 times 43 metres, with walls two metres thick. Dome Cathedral also has one of the biggest organs in Europe with 6,768 pipes.
Doma Laukums
The Dome Square, in the very heart of Old Riga, is a good departure or end point for wanderers. In July, the square turns into a huge beer garden.
Riga Motor Museum
Riga Motor Museum is an absolute bliss for car lovers. The museum displays Western as well as Soviet cars and motorcycles, topped with wax dolls of the old Soviet party leaders.
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Riga International Airport
Riga International Airport/Lidosta is located 8 kilometres away from the city centre. Bus no.22 to Riga Central Station leaves from a spot behind the airport car park every 10-30 minutes from early morning. The journey takes around 30 minutes and tickets can be purchased from the driver. www.rigassatiksme.lv In addition to the regular bus, there is also a shuttle bus which connects the airport with many hotels. www.airbaltic.com A taxi ride takes about 10-20 minutes from the airport to the city center.
Public Transport
Riga has a good tram system that runs through the Old City, as well as bus, trolleybus and taxi bus routes. During night time, several tram and trolleybus routes run once an hour. Rīgas satiksme offers tickets for all means of public transport in the city. You can buy an e-ticket that is valid in all public transport vehicles.
You can easily order a taxi or hail one down the street. You can also ask your hotel to help you order a taxi. Lady Taxi +371 27 800 900 info@lady-taxi.lv Riga Taxi +371 8000 10 10 Avoiss Taxi +371 2554 4555 www.avoiss-taxi.lv
There are numerous post offices in the city, just look for the yellow envelope. Main Post Office:
You can easily find a pharmacy in Riga. BENU aptieka (open 24/7) Tallinas 57b, Riga Mēness aptieka Brīvības 74, Riga Saules aptieka Brīvības 68, Riga
Country code: 371 Area code: not used in Latvia
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