Riga has it all – ancient buildings, green parks, impressive monuments and majestic museums, creative neighborhoods and a fantastic marketplace.
Insider's Guide to Riga
Riga introduces itself through eyes of five natives with their different passions. Even though their paths might cross, they each have their own way through Riga.
European Region of Gastronomy 2017
Mikelis Day Fair in Old Town Riga
Market squares will be full of Latvian grown pumpkins, apples, pears, cranberries, cowberries and much more. The ladies of the house will be offering homemade jams, cheeses, traditional pastries and home-basked bread. Everyone will be able to enjoy and purchase fresh honey, as well as smoked meats and fish. Meanwhile, local craftsmen will also be on hand offering traditional and contemporary linens, ceramics, jewelry, wooden items and much, much more.
Riga Central Market
One the largest marketplaces in Europe offers an abundance of tasty surprises: locally-grown vegetables and fruit, cheeses and sausages, as well as fresh and smoked fish.