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This charming maze of narrow and crooked cobblestone streets is filled with a mixture of architectural styles including Nordic, Gothic, Renaissance, baroque and Jugendstil, plus such historic sites as the 13th-century Riga Castle, St. Peter's...more
All reviews cobbled streets every corner bars and restaurants beautiful city walk around souvenir shops great architecture art nouveau buildings walking tour central market parks tourists capital europe culture amber snow
Very quaint part of the city of Riga. No shortage of excellent restaurants and shopping. The Porcelain Museum was particularly interesting. Many other small museums in this area as well. Can easily spend several days wandering the cobblestone streets.
I loved Riga, this is a beautiful and compact city center, with a lot of culture, and crazy amount of influences shown by type of buildings. Easy to walk around, very small - loved it for a short weekend.
We stayed four days in early January (not so good weather) in Riga. Our hotel was nearby Old City and visited several times. The Old town is full of interesting places even for longer stay; churches, beautiful buildings, nice restaurants and nice athmosphere. Everything is...More
Fantastic. You can see all historical buildings and feel the history. Cathedrals, historical government building and more, you can see them easyly by walking.
If you need to eat lunch or dinner, old town has always many options.
Also, there is a good shopping mall...More