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Centra Rajons, Riga 1010, Latvia
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Reviewed yesterday

if you are into Art Nouveau architecture then you have to visit this street. Beautiful examples of the style.

Thank Angela A
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This has to be one of the most interesting streets in any city in the world. The art neuveax buildings are stunning. At the time Of my visit in Mid Oct ‘18 some of the buildings had scaffolding and netting which meant the full glory...More

Thank MartinRHor
Reviewed 2 days ago

This street must have the best examples of art nouveau architecture in the area. Each building seems to surpass the next in decorative ornamentation. Simply sensational!

Thank lynanne
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you're interested in architecture this is a must. Beautiful building, I highly recommend a stroll

Thank 007Bex
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Riga is rightly famous for its art nouveau architecture and this is the finest street to admire it. Makes you happy to see how these fine buildings one by one have been restored since the '90ies.

Thank kattullus
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is the area where many of Riga's Art Nouveau buildings are situated and it makes for a fascinating walk. Some of the properties are incredible. At the end of the road is an Art Nouveau Museum, which is worth a visit, too.

Thank FizzyLizzie
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The houses at Alberta Iela are great examples of the none too subtle Art Noveau architecture. The splendour of the architecture can be seen in almost all the buildings in this street, some of which have been renovated and some more were under renovation during...More

Thank RamTheWanderer
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A must do while you're in Riga. Easy walk from the city centre. Take a nice easy stroll and stop to look at each building.

Thank D38lawn
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The buildings around this street and indeed the whole area are simply stunning - I have travelled all across Europe and indeed the world and never seen anything like this! Each house is different with so much symbolism and so many wonderful colours - each...More

Thank June A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Alberta Iela has probably the best selection of stunning Jugenda Stila buildings in the world - not to be missed on a visit to Riga.

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Response from Anastasia_Shishkina | Reviewed this property |
You can easily make it on your own; then you will be more flexible. However, I suggest to read about the street beforehand, so that you know its history, its main architect Eizenshtein, etc. Then you will have totally... More