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Travel Blogs from Riga
ˇ Day cream 50ml for two
ˇ Soap & sponge (as lighter that shower gel). One bar enough for a moth for two J
ˇ Shampoo 100ml enough for month for two conditioner or similar
ˇ Razor for shaving
ˇ Sunburn rescue foam or gel
ˇ Face cleaning foam – efficient and enough!
... fully fledged operation that supports the city’s locals’ needs and not just the tourists. This local dependency has altered the look of the old city, enough so to have UNESCO threaten to remove their Heritage Listing on the area if more building and changes took place. I didn’t really see the problem as the architecture seems to complement each other. The new buildings of glass and steel are designed in such a way that they seem to flow into the old ...
... for some lunch before getting the slow train back to Riga.
We all enjoyed a free beer together at Funny Fox Bar on our return.
This evening, we went sightseeing around the old town of Riga. There wasn't much to see, as it is so small. We also walked along the river, which is completely frozen over at this time of year.
Tomorrow we are going to Moscow, our first Russian experience. It will take 16 hours from Riga on an overnight train. ...
Took a Night Train from Minsk (Belarus) to Riga (Latvia).
The journey took approximately 12 hours, cabin bed is very comfortable.
Timing for a weekend trip is just nice.
As expected from recommendations, Riga is a nice place for a visits.
Some photos to share, please scroll down.
Have a good day.
... Knights of the Sword, is still one of the most beautiful streets in the city, with buildings constructed between 1901 and 1908. These magnificent edifices are rich in picturesque details, free composition, and perfect styling. You’ll notice astonished faces, masks, and a large number of different animals sculpted from stone on many of the facades.
Away from Old Town, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Riga has grown and developed dramatically and quickly since ...