Izbaudi Rīgu

Walking tours

Art Nouveau in Riga

Riga is proud of its magnificent heritage of Art Nouveau architecture. It was included in the UNESCO World Heritage list by virtue of the outstanding quality and quantity of Art Nouveau buildings, which is unparalleled anywhere in the world.

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Beer District Tour

We invite you to enjoy the beer district together with a merry guide, where there will be five stops to taste excellent Latvian craft brews together with tasty snacks.

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Latvian Food Tasting Tour in Central Market

Come and discover what Latvian food is all about, what the locals eat and where they eat it. We will show you many of the local specialties, allowing you to taste and experience them.

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Old Town Tour at 9 a.m.

Take yourself back to the year 1201 and up to the present day on a pleasant historical journey through the old winding streets of Old Riga.

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Old Town tours with Black Balsam tasting

Walk along the narrow streets of the Medieval Old Town with our knowledgeable guides. You will find out why Riga is called the capital of the decorated Christmas tree, where the key of Riga is being kept and much more.

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Riga discovery tour

Explore Riga’s 800 years of history on a walking tour through the city’s districts both old and new. Soak up some of the beautiful architecture, heritage, culture and traditions of the past in Old Town and the Art Nouveau District, then escape to an off-the-tourist-track neighbourhood that really shows off the city’s charm. Then raise a glass to your new favourite city of Riga – a glass that’s filled with locally brewed beer.

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Romantic Riga and local wine tasting

Old Riga is a place where romance has come to stay – its every street tells us a story of lovers. Its ancient buildings are scented with love, their walls have seen both moments of divine love and sacrifices made for it.

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Tour around Old Town

From late Romanesque and Gothic architecture that has been part of the city's oldest structures since the beginning of the 13th century, to the buildings of the 19th century.

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