Turiba

Address: Graudu 68, Riga, Latvia | Hostel
 
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Travel Blogs from Riga

Riga - Day 4

A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Sep 06, 2014

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... the Art Nouveau buildings and knew that I was in the right neighborhood. The Riga Art Nouveau Museum was built in early 1900s as a private house. The furnishings are typical of the era and the guides are dressed in Art Nouveau costumes. The spiral staircase at the entrance is its best feature. It was the busiest museum of all my trip.





I had no trouble ...

Riga

A travel blog entry by valfinucane on Jul 05, 2014

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... in the same plaza as last night same Spanish group but with a different vocalist, still very pleasant. Time find a bar with large TV to watch the Netherlands v Costa Rica game. There is a good Dutch contingent so gives an excellent atmosphere. The game goes to extra time and then penalties which sees the Dutch triumphant. Much cheering in the bar! We get back to the hotel at 02.30 pack and put out our cases ready for the 08.15 pick up and are in bed by ...

R.I.G.A

A travel blog entry by globey on Dec 29, 2013

40 photos

... food and sweets and there was christmas music and people everywhere. I bought some Christmas presents and also quite a few things for my self. We also spent the days walking in the narrow streets, looking at the pretty houses. There was also a river by the Opera house who looked like a fairytale with all the snow. We also had the local food, which was served in almost every restaurant.

But people in Riga are poor, and some don't ...

Wet, Wet, Wet. The city, not the band

A travel blog entry by mergatroid on Sep 24, 2012

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... Eastern Europe seems to be full of them. This one was the Riga Orthodox Cathedral.

I found my way to the nouveau area of town easily enough. What was not easy though was trying to juggle my umbrella and camera. Having a waterproof camera is great, but it doesn’t prevent a single drop of water on the lens blurring a photo. In between photo’s I had to constantly wipe off the lens. There were some weird and wonderful buildings here. However, ...

O.K., I moved to my vacation spot- Riga !!

A travel blog entry by casey_alpha on Jul 19, 2012

... is spot-on true because there is a lot to enjoy. I go out about once a week (with at least one other person to accompany me) to dance in the nightclubs or just chill in a bar.

One can easily transition back and forth between Old Riga’s tourist pubs and clubs and the more local destinations. Although drinks are a little more expensive in Old Riga, it is very active and fun. One crazy example of the shena****ns that go on there is the wild ...