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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 interesting architecture walking tour parks tourists europe capital culture amber snow cathedral canal
Riga old town is a beautiful place with many historical well preserved buildings and with plenty of restaurants, bars and cafes. It was very busy and live at Friday night and sleepy on Saturday morning. Unfortunately we only had about 2 hours in the morning...More
The buildings were really nice, even if they are old. I love the details of the old buildings. Although, they were old, but the city preserved them. It felt so nostalgic to come back here after 9 years.
Much overlooked except by stag weekenders. Riga is so much more than the numerous bars in the old tow, although there are some really good ones, and excellent restaurants too. Look up is my advice, the buildings are simply superb, sadly many in need of...More
Nice mixture of old buildings, not so old buildings and rebuild buildings. Lots of churches and poits of interest. Lots of bars. You can walk from side to side in ten minutes but you can also spend hours exporing interesting places.