Holidays to Latvia
Whether you want to get active, enjoy the nightlife or take in the culture and medieval architecture, Latvia has so much going for it. The capital Riga and its old town are easily explored on foot, offering a range of sightseeing opportunities by day and a vast choice of bars at night. Away from the capital, families have a choice of adventure parks, nature reserves, bracing Baltic beaches and even a Cold War bunker built by the Soviets.
Latvia has some of the fastest internet speeds in the world.
The most commonly spoken language is Latvian.
2 hours ahead of UK Time
A series of sandy beaches on the Gulf of Riga. Get to the most popular, Majori, from the capital by train.
Uncrowded beach about 30km north of Riga and also accessible by train. Nature trails take visitors along the coast.
Latvian National Opera and Ballet
Take a guided tour of the magnificent 19th Century Riga building or get a ticket for a top quality production.
Rundale Palace and Museum
Located in south Latvia, the palace's internal decorations date back to the 1760s.The museum houses art and relics.
Sightseeing in Riga
For fantastic views over the medieval old town’s narrow cobbled streets, climb to the top of St Peter’s Church tower.
Great for adults and children, it has a wide choice of water slides, tubes and spas. Located in Jurmala.
A filling sweet pie which is made with mashed potatoes and carrots, all tucked away under a rye crust.
A staple of the diet is this dark bread made from rye. Can be used to make rupjmaizes kartojums, a traditional dessert.
Folk Club ALA Basement
Latvian beers and traditional music are on tap at this bar in Riga’s old town. Local bands provide live music.
Situated in the capital's old town, the club caters to various musical tastes on different nights of the week.
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