Soviet Riga Tour

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2.5 hours
At the entrance of St Peters church
Tour Description

What is Soviet Riga tour about? It is hard to imagine now that life was so different in Riga and Latvia not so long ago. Mostly Russian was spoken in shops and offices, streets and squares had Soviet names, democracy and freedom of speech seemed to be an impossible dream. Then our fight for independence started…

During the tour you will walk through places which bring back memories about this difficult period in the history of Latvia, look at the Museum of Occupation  and KGB House where thousands of people were tortured, humiliated and then deported to GULAG labour camps in Siberia, see several Soviet –era buildings and listen to eyewitness account of what life was like in Soviet times.

Departure & Return Location

Entrance of St Peters church

Price Includes

  • Tour Guide that had thoroughly lived in Soviet period in Latvia

Price Excludes

  • Any Private Expenses
What to Expect
  • Political system
  • Architecture, culture, censorship
  • Daily life of people
  • Duration of the tour is 2.5 - 3 hours
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