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We start our tour with Art Nouveau – the downtown area, is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List thanks to its Medieval dwellings, quaint 19th century wooden structures and its prime examples of Art Nouveau architecture that, actually, are like no other! Riga has been crowned one of the best cities in Europe to visit for its diverse range of Art Nouveau.
Continue with Old Riga walking excursion(2h) – covers a relatively small inner area of the 13th-18th century fortifications where unique monuments of medieval architecture which, surprisingly, have survived two world wars are concentrated.
Old Riga walking excursion with Latvian food tasting in Riga Central Market. During the walking tour through Old Riga, which duration is approximately 2 hours, you will find out what houses and streets of the Old Riga are confabulating, you will get acquainted with various architectural monuments of medieval (Three Brother’s House, St. Peter’s church, Opera, Dome cathedral and other interesting monuments). Tour ends in Riga Central Market where we have Latvian traditional food tasting.
Discover Riga districts with retro car – VAZ ! Be a part of sweet 70ties!Car always been a dream of young. Even under the Iron Curtain people dream of car when they reach the age of getting driver licence. And there was one car above all, one which granted every girl be yours – VAZ. Better known in west as LADA, but in USSR as “Zhigulji”, this car represents entire era in history, like Austin Mini or VW Bug.We offer to catch a feeling of 70ties under a guided tour through suburbs of Riga where atmosphere of bygone life is still strong.
Classical Tallinn walking tour – with its maze of cobblestone streets and medieval buildings. Tallinn Old Town is simply stunning and one of the best preserved in Europe.You will explore the city center must-see sights – National Opera, Drama Theatre, Freedom Square, Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Dome Church, Town Hall & Town Hall Square.
Discover one of Latvia's hidden treasures, the Palace of Rundale – is one of the most outstanding monuments of Baroque and Rococo art in northern Europe. It was built between 1736 and 1740 as a summer residence for Ernst Johann Biron, Duke of Courland and a favourite of the Russian Empress Anna Ioannovna. The palace was designed by the Russian court architect Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli and built under his supervision.
One day tour to the heart of Vidzeme – Cēsis, a beautiful medieval hanseatic town. Before reaching Cesis, a stop at the site of the Latvian settlement on Araisi lake dating back to the 9th century. The tour of Cesis includes a stroll through narrow streets leading to the 13th century Order of Knight’s Castle, the 13th century Church of St. John.