Hotel Augustine

1 Alauksta iela, Riga, 1009, Latvia | Hotel
Prices starting from $46.00
 

Travel Blogs from Riga

Riga, land of Roosters (and Snails?)

A travel blog entry by pandasphere

16

... margin, so you could see everything. I've included several shots of the city itself and the river Daugava adjacent.

After that, we took a free tour of Riga. Our guide was Toms, born and raised in Riga, and a big hockey fan. He also had been to New York twice - but not New York City, just Albany. That is probably the most unique "I went to the US once" story ever. He was there for a hockey tournament. Toms also wanted to know if the ...

Into Latvia

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi

26

... inside the entrance to the mall, what should I find but a blessed Cambio which was happy to take my E100 and give me 62 Lat, and I could trot back even faster to my poor old bloke in the baking sun. My route took me back past the bus station again, and what should I spy not 10 m from where we had got off the bus, and about 40m from where Gray was, but about fifteen cash machines, representing every bank in the known universe.

So I panted back to the taxi rank, ...

Riding out of Town

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

... train rattles and wheezes and jerks and bumps and grinds over these tracks. But I did get a bit of sleep I think. Changed my watch so it would agree with Moscow time and got up in the morning, changed clothes after a nice sponge bath kind of thing in the toilet area, repacked what I could (my suitcase might be in danger of exploding), and got ready for my final day in Moscow. There should be someone to meet me at the station if all goes ...

Riga

A travel blog entry by jsuviste

... We then left early the next morning for Riga.

The drive day to Riga was long, we left bright and early in the morning so we could arrive into Riga as early as possible. We finally arrived in the evening, we had hoped to arrive earlier so we could take a walking tour of Old Town this evening but we did not and so we just checked into our hotel and went straight out to dinner. It was an included dinner and we were all surprised to ...

Famous for Art Nouveau it seems...

A travel blog entry by tiggerbird

11

... occupation in great detail and from a number of perspectives. It's interesting, and puts perspective on the loss of almost a third (550,000) of the population between 1939 and 1848, but prepare to have sore eyes after all that. I also recommend whiling away a bit of time in a cafe or restaurant whilst in Riga as the prices are reasonable and compared to my next destination, Tallinn (where I am now writing this from), it's a lot cheaper, so make the most of it ...

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