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Summer is the most popular time to go on holiday to Riga, as the weather is perfect for making the most of the city. There's also the Riga Salsa Festival in June. Between October and March, tourism wanes and the city's local and traditional feel resurfaces. Winter can be very cold, with the average temperature from November to March being below freezing.
Couples will want to stay in a hotel in Riga’s Old Town. You can stroll along the narrow, cobbled streets and appreciate the fine medieval architecture, or climb to the top of St Peter’s Church for fantastic views of the city. There are lots of art galleries and history museums to visit, while Aristida Briana Street is the place to go for the best bars.There are some great family hotels in the Mezaparks (forest park) neighbourhood. There are plenty of fun family activities you can do in the park, including rollerblading, dodging obstacles at the adventure park or paddleboarding on the lake. The Grand Stage and Green Theatre plays host to a variety of concerts and shows, and there cafes you can stop by for refreshments. Next to the park is Riga Zoo, where you can see a variety of animals from Red Kangaroos to Arctic Foxes.For nightlife, find a hotel around Miera lele (Peace Street). Popular with hipsters, the area is filled with cool cafes and vintage shops. Come evening, the bars are brimming with trendy locals and tourists alike. Visit Taka Bar for the best in alternative indie music and locally brewed beer.For a great spot by the river Daugava, stay in a hotel in Agenskalns. Here you’ll find the Kalnciems Street Quarter, a vibrant place for arts and crafts, exhibitions, and family events. People also visit the area for its pretty wooden houses, built mostly in the 19th century.

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