One of the largest markets in Europe, the vast territory is dominated by five zeppelin hangars filled with cheese, fish, smoked meat, honey, fresh fruit and vegetables and lots more superb seasonal produce.
The atmosphere is friendly and filled with local colour.
Step back in time by visiting peasant homes, workshops, windmills and priceless treasures like the richly ornamented Usma Church.
For a shopping experience like no other, head to Riga’s Central Market.Regardless of the less favorable aspects of the room I listed I will definitely stay here again if I have the opportunity. At the Skyline Bar guest can enjoy drinks and a panoramic view of the city’s skyline. Each has a modern bathroom with toiletries, a hairdryer and either a bath or shower. A varied buffet can be enjoyed at the Esplanade Restaurant.Almost as old as Riga itself, Doma Cathedral is the spiritual heart of the city.With construction begun by Riga’s first Bishop Albert in 1211, it has been a work in progress ever since, with Gothic, Romanesque, Baroque and even Art Nouveau elements in one harmonious whole.The Latvian National Museum of Art is a wonderful venue for discovering Latvia’s artistic heritage through both permanent and visiting exhibitions.