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Riga Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
Where to eat and drink in Riga on a budget- 14 tips
6th June 2023 by Budget Traveller
Compact, highly pedestrian-friendly and a combination of many eye-catching architectural styles, this city is a product of its past, having been governed by the Germans, Swedes and other nations over the course of several centuries....
How to spend three days in Riga
15th February 2021 by Inside the Travel Lab
For this 3 days in Riga itinerary, I'm assuming that you'll probably be arriving on a Friday evening and have to head home on Sunday. For that reason, day one is quite short. It allows you to settle into your hotel, unpack, freshen up, take a wonderful walk through the streets and then enjoy dinner and some great drinks. ...
14 things to do on a weekend break in Riga
29th January 2021 by Kirsty Leanne
Whilst attending the first-ever Women In Travel Summit in Europe, I had the absolute pleasure of spending a couple of days exploring the beautiful city that is Riga. Having never visited Latvia before, I was super excited to spend a couple of days exploring both a new city and a new country. Then again, who wouldn’t be?...
48 Hours in Riga - Where to eat, sleep & drink
24th July 2019 by Budget Traveller
Compact, very walkable and a mishmash of many striking architectural styles: the result of having been ruled across several centuries by the Germans, Swedish and Russians, Riga is one of those rare few cities that quickly gets under the skin, just by walking its streets and observing its architecture and its complex layers of history.It was one of the first cities I visited as a student back in the early 2000’s when Ryanair launched a direct route from Glasgow and remains a sentimental...
7 things to do in Riga in winter
31st January 2021 by TravMonkey
On the east side of the Daugava River, the old Riga is a UNESCO world heritage site and Riga’s historical centre, famed for its old churches and cathedrals. It’s easy for people visiting Riga to get stuck in the old town, but there’s so much more to Riga. Do spend plenty of time admiring the structurally beautiful Riga Cathedral and St. Peter’s Church, the cobbled Town Hall Square, but remember that the old town is only about 5% of Riga itself....
3 day itinerary in Riga, Latvia - Independence Day
11th February 2021 by TravMonkey
I’ve just returned from a trip to Riga and have created my very own itinerary for Independence Day and the Staro Riga - Festival of Light in Riga, Latvia. My itinerary is based around a two and a half-day trip to the Latvian capital. The aim is to give you some ideas and inspiration if you are planning on visiting during the Independence Day celebrations and Staro Riga....
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