Welcome to Riga! The attractiveness of the city is difficult to resist!
Eight hundred years have shaped the city’s unique appearance and rich traditions.
Due to its geographical location on the Baltic Sea (where East and West meets), Riga has been an important centre of trade, finance and culture for centuries. Representatives of many nations have lived and worked in Riga – apart from local Livs and Latvians, Germans, Swedes, Russians and Poles also considered Riga to be their city…
Riga has unique values due to its rather intact medieval architecture and that of later periods, the urban structure, the richness and quality of Art Noveau architecture and the 19-th century wooden architecture of the city. Inscribing the historic centre of Riga on the World Heritage List of UNESCO recognized it.
Riga belongs to the cultural space of Western Europe. For the city, dynamic and diverse music and arts activities are typical. Over centuries, the creative atmosphere evolved in Riga and inspired composers, poets and artists.
Riga has hundreds of ways for enticing visitors – its rich history, architecture, spacious gardens and parks, museums, art galleries and world-class opera…and daily treats like a walk in the enormous colorful central market or going to a cosy café, club or pub…
Impossible not to be loved in Riga, because of its given inspiration to everyone – both for them which are delighted with ancient and which craves for new impressions.
Riga – City of inspiration.
Come and make sure of it!
Riga is the capital of the Republic of Latvia, the state's administrative and political centre and the largest city in the Baltic States. Riga is located in the coastal lowlands on the banks of the River Daugava, close to its estuary in the Gulf of Riga.
Average air temperature: annual +7,2 0C
January -2,7 0C
July +17,4 0C
Annual average precipitation 693 mm
Average relative humidity 78%
Number of sunny days 72
Number of foggy days 44