Old Riga Walking Tour

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2 Hours
Tour Description

The old Riga Walking Tour is a great opportunity to find out interesting information about Riga and Latvia. During 2 hours our tour guide will take you around many sightseeing places. 

We will discuss history, architecture, culture, politics, religion, life today, and other topics. We treasure your time and trust in our tour so we make the tour both – informative and entertaining.

On our way all the popular sites like Dome Cathedral, Three Brothers, Swedish Gate, Powder Tower, Town Hall, House of the Blackheads, St Peters church, House of the Cat, and many others.

The city of contrasts! Old Riga is the city`s historical part, so many centuries meet up in one place. This is the area where our ancestors settled on the bank of river Daugava and started to write the story of Riga. Walk through 800 years with us.

Our tour guides are locals who are born and live in Riga and will be able to update you not only on the past but also on the present. We love Riga and are proud to share it with you.

In addition, we will provide you with a complimentary paper map with extra advice like – which museums to consider, where to have a great lunch, what other sites to explore, etc.

Departure & Return Location

By the entrance of St. Peters church 

What to Expect
  • Best option for walking tour if you want to cover Old Town of Riga.
  • Tour can be booked daily all year around and is carried out by best, certified local tour guides in Riga.
  • History, sacred architecture, culture,archaeology, politics, daily life and other topics to be spoken about.
  • Feeling of knowing the city at the end of the tour.
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P.S If you are looking for Free Tours Riga please visit our page at https://free.toursinriga.com


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