City Partner Hotel Brigita

Address: Saulkalnes Str 11, Riga, 1058, Latvia | Hotel
 
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TripAdvisor Reviews City Partner Hotel Brigita Riga

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Travel Blogs from Riga

Tips & Tricks

A travel blog entry by ingak on Feb 24, 2015

... for check in luggage paying 15usd instead of 25usd. If You discover that You can not fit Your bag in upper locker, contact crew and check it in for free. And as carry on You can take 2 items!
2) Car rentals
Car is a must in Hawaii, driving is easy and You feel free! Sure, It is cheaper as well that taking tours. When on trip to California, I used to book through Budget, Sixt etc and that was good. In Hawaii You can save a lot using e.g. ...

Riga - Day 5 - Taking it Easy

A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Sep 07, 2014

... three weeks and I don't wish to see another park or church! Also, with this trip I've confirmed what I already knew from my 2010 trip: August/September is not a good time to travel to Europe, not for me. The leaves have not yet fallen and too much of the architecture is obscured. The leaves started falling this week but it's too late for me. I'm happy with the choices ...

Riga, Latvia

A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on Jul 04, 2014

3 comments, 65 photos

... showing examples of the works of one of her favorites, Mr. Art Nouveau.

Darlene taught me that this amazing capital of Latvia has over 750 Art Nouveau buildings, more than any other city in Europe. And I also learned that Mr. Nouveau's architectural style facades are filled with screaming faces, mythical beasts, goddesses, and twisting flora. She ...

Biking through the old town

A travel blog entry by eyre on Mar 12, 2014

8 photos

... reserved for those brave souls in safety vests I was talking about earlier.

Safe and sound

Speaking of security; Latvians all seem constantly terrified that somebody is going to steal their bike. How exactly this black market functions is unclear to me, since I was assured that Latvian students would never even consider buying a hot bike. So where do all these stolen bikes disappear to..?

Still, you are not supposed ...

A diplomatic visit to Riga

A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 22, 2013

13 photos

... proudly flying over the entrance of our embassy. Nona had planned to visit her colleagues on our way back, but since we're here now, she can't help herself and rings the doorbell!

We have to climb over a bright orange bicycle in the hallway, after which we are quickly buzzed in by the local Latvian employee and shown in to see Martijn, the "second man" of the embassy. We're in luck; the server is down so Martijn ...