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All reviews zeppelin hangars smoked fish fruit and veg fresh food local produce self catering locals shop dairy products strawberries caviar stalls selling local life for sale worth a visit interesting place old town real riga
Massive indoor and outdoor local market spread through four hanger type buildings, brilliant for the locals to be able to do all of their shopping in one place, sells everything,
bit overwhelming as possibly too much choice, which isn't a bad thing really.
Whenever we go on a European city break, we head for thier central markets. Great value and all human life is there. People watching is a great pastime as well as learning more about the locals and not the multi-national view. The fish hall was...More
Typical market in four vast buildings, everything locals could wish for. The fish hall has every smoked fish imaginable. Good place to get out of the cold. Food and drink a bit on the expensive side for a market
There are Four indoor food markets with a great atmosphere, (one of them being a fresh fish market) outdoor stalls too with some clothing and souvenirs aswell as fresh fruit and veg. It really is a lovely place to stroll around and buy some local...More
Amazing market with the best fish area I have ever seen.
Live carp breathing their last on the slabs was a bit disconcerting though. They are kept in tanks and put out live to sell
Fruit and vegetables also amazing, although the beer stall/cafe is...More
This is how we all used to shop before the days of supermarkets. Vast expansive market halls each dedicated to particular produce, there is a fish hall, a vegetable hall, a dairy hall and a meat hall. The place is bustling with locals going about...More
Interesting place. Some good bargains. A local woman said some areas are priced for tourists and others are cheaper. In fairness we noticed no difference. Everything in clothing was priced. Food was definitely cheaper than the city. Caution was advised to us by our latvian...More