Top Restaurants in Riga

COD Robata Grill Bar Riga
A true fine-dining establishment, COD is the brainchild of people who will settle for no less than perfection. Brand chef Uvis Janičenko – who was trained at the three-Michelin-starred restaurant RyuGin by one of the best chefs in Japan, Seiji Yamamoto – has created a...
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Art Nouveau in Riga

Strēlnieku 4a Riga
Art Nouveau appeared as an architectural style in Riga at the turn of the 20th century, when the city experienced a construction boom and its population was growing. Half of the buildings in Riga’s city centre are Art Nouveau edifices. The largest concentration of these...
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Liepaja Latvia Travel Guide

Liepaja Latvia
Located between a lake and the sea, the port city of Liepaja has gradually grown from a small fishing village into the musical capital of Latvia. It's a great destination to enjoy art and music, while the sea and sandy beaches attract many travelers seeking...
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Bauska Latvia Guide

Bauska is a town in the Zemgale region, which is famous for its rich fields of grain and is also knows as Latvia's "granary". But the first inhabitants of Bauska are said the have been reindeer hunters. As time went by, major trade routes from Europe to Riga were developed and passed through the town.
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Northern District Riga Guide

Daugavgriva White Church Riga
The Orthodox Church of St Peter and St Paul, built within the fortress known as the Riga Citadel, is one of the outstanding Classical style monuments in the Baltic region. Catherine II, Empress of Russia issued an edict in 1776, which allowed the church its establishment. In...
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Turaida Latvia Guide

Turaida Castle Latvia
The broad area of the Turaida Museum Reserve is rich with archaeological, architectural, historical and art monuments. They tell us about many historical events over thousands of years, starting from the 11th century. The Turaida Stone Castle, the Rose of Turaida Memorial, the Church and...
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