Address: Mukusalas 56, Riga, 1004, Latvia | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Riga


A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Aug 07, 2015

29 photos

... cool breeze and my table is shaded by a big umbrella as well as a row of nearby trees, so it's very pleasant.

The bus was back pretty much right on time. My next stop was the Art Nouveau district which was also where I planned on having lunch at a well-reviewed restaurant called Vincent's. Plan A didn't pan out as Vincent's were only doing a limited Mexican menu for lunch today. Maybe that's why the place was empty.

Walked back up Elizabetes Street and had a ...

Exploring Riga

A travel blog entry by jannettek on May 04, 2015

3 comments, 51 photos

... historic buildings and squares to see and parks to wander and we had time to do a few circuits to catch as many as possible. We were disappointed that the Art Museum is still undergoing renovation as it has some wonderful works.

Our second day in Riga saw us walk to an ...


A travel blog entry by karangi on May 27, 2014

20 photos

... of cobble-stoned and interesting streets. The buildings are all typically Western European with some of them dating back to the 1300's.

Then, you turn another corner and come across the extravagant designs of the Art Nouveau architect Eisenstein.

Although it was cold it was an enjoyable introduction and eye-opener to this part of the world.

FYI - Most of ...


A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Jul 09, 2013

3 photos

... the size of the safety cobbles, but are thinner because they don't have to carry the load. They are mostly quite carefully laid, so make walking on the pavements reasonably comfortable. Areas around manholes (another story which Mandi will tell in pictures) are often filled with cobbles of the revolution, and have often subsided, or are absent making for interesting walking.

Curbstones are another story, and that will have to wait.

My Bizarre Relationships with Trains

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 08, 2013

... get some seats but no one is giving up their seat. We ride back to Dublin (about 2 hours I think) between carriages again with a bunch of football fans who were drinking and singing and cheering all the way. Ugh. Was not giving my daughter a fun time like I had hoped.

Ah, our honeymoon. When my hubby and I got married, we went to Germany for our honeymoon. We trained it between cities and towards the end of our stay, decided we could ...