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Day tour from Riga to Vilnius

Day tour from Riga to Vilnius - Riga, Latvia

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Riga, Latvia

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$102.02

One of the best choice for those who want to save time, money and have full of impressions sightseeing tour - excursion from Riga to Vilnius. Highlights of the tour are Rundale palace, Bauska Castle and The Hill of Crosses.

The trip include visiting Rundale palace, one of the most outstanding monuments of Baroque and Rococo architecture in Latvia, which sometimes is called as 'The Versailles of Latvia' ... More info ›

One of the best choice for those who want to save time, money and have full of impressions sightseeing tour - excursion from Riga to Vilnius. Highlights of the tour are Rundale palace, Bauska Castle and The Hill of Crosses.

The trip include visiting Rundale palace, one of the most outstanding monuments of Baroque and Rococo architecture in Latvia, which sometimes is called as 'The Versailles of Latvia'. Then sightseeing at Bauska Castle, which is surrounded by a picturesque scenery and represents an example of military architecture (XV - XVII century). The castle consists of two parts: the fortress built especially for the use of firearms and residential castle fortified with bastions, protective walls and earthen ramparts.

Last but least is an unique ensemble of Lithuanian folk art - The Hill of Crosses. The monument with more than 200 000 various size and materials crosses standing on Jurgaiciai - Domantai mound. During your visit at The Hill of Crosses you will learn more about the legendary stories why the Hill appeared.

Evening drive to Vilnius city.

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Riga Highlights Tour with Art Nouveau Museum

Riga Highlights Tour with Art Nouveau Museum - Riga, Latvia
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Riga, Latvia

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$84.01

Enjoy this guided 5-hour panoramic tour complete with photo stops, and a visit to the Art Nouveau Museum. The city of Riga is well known for its Art Nouveau, or Jugendstil, which you may also see expressed in St ... More info ›

Enjoy this guided 5-hour panoramic tour complete with photo stops, and a visit to the Art Nouveau Museum. The city of Riga is well known for its Art Nouveau, or Jugendstil, which you may also see expressed in St. Petersburg and other cities. This is the perfect opportunity to learn more about the era and see some stunning examples. This shared tour is great for anyone with an interest in architecture, and wanting an introductory tour of Riga with an expert local guide.

Explore the fascinating streets of Latvia’s capital city, Riga, where old and new worlds collide. Be picked up from your cruise at the Daugava riverbank and begin with a bus tour of the city. Pass by a number of Riga’s must-see highlights, such as the iconic Freedom Monument, a tribute to Latvia’s hard-won independence, Riga’s stunning 14th century castle, and its elegant National Opera House.

Learn about Riga’s rich recent history, how it found independence in the last century, and about its flourishing arts scene, which led to its appointment as the European Capital of Culture during 2014. Wander the charming Medieval cobblestone streets of Riga’s Old Town and see many buildings dating back to the Middle Ages, such as the famed House of Blackheads, and the Three Brothers, the oldest dwelling complex in Riga.

Then, head to the central district, home to the finest and the largest collection of Art Nouveau buildings in the world, an area which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, you will visit another site of significant historical importance, the Art Nouveau Museum, where you will learn about this beautiful architectural phenomenon.

Afterward, you will have free time to stroll along narrow streets and through cobbled alleys. You’ll also enjoy free time to do some sightseeing independently or unwind at a cafe, before being taken back to your ship.

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Classic Car Museum Tour

Classic Car Museum Tour - Rīga, Latvia

Duration: Flexible
Location: Rīga, Latvia

From USD
$6.00

Classic Car Museum is a new antique car museum. Our Expo presents the visitor with a broad spectrum of rare cars and motorcycles of yesteryear –vintage, antique and classic ... More info ›

Classic Car Museum is a new antique car museum. Our Expo presents the visitor with a broad spectrum of rare cars and motorcycles of yesteryear –vintage, antique and classic. There you will be able to become acquainted with the processes of restoration, as well as learn the history of motor vehicles in Latvia. We will introduce you to each of our models on display – their history, technical characteristics, process of restoration, and requirements for usage. This equipment of the by-gone era, if it is to provide enjoyment for generations to come, requires a delicate treatment.

The foundation for this museum was laid in late 1960s when Oļģerts Orleāns, then in his prime, completed the restoration of his first antique car, a 1922 Renault. It was the same one which years later “starred” in the movie, “A Slave of Love” by the famous Russian Film Director Nikita Mikhalkov in which the restorer himself had an acting role.
When the Latvian Vintage Car Club (Latv.: Antīko automobīļu klubs) AAK was established in 1972, Oļģerts Orleāns was among the original founders of this organization.

Over the years the number of cars kept growing - they were bought, swapped and sold. Oļģert’s son, Normund, is following in his father’s foot-steps gaining a restorer’s knowledge, skills, and experience. Eventually, vintage cars take center stage in the life of the entire Orleans’ family, and during the course of the past 20 years, they formed the impetus for the emergence of the current image of the “Vintage Car Museum” which was officially established in December, 2010.

The purpose of our museum is not just to keep dust off of the exhibits, but to also familiarize and expose our visitors to routine restoration activities, research and study. The importance of mentoring is emphasized to visitors as we tell of the socio-cultural heritage of engineering and its significance today. Many things and relationships which are so understood currently have evolved over time. Seeing the technical development of more than 100 years, we become aware of details which we would never think of, but now peak our interest. One such example is the history of the development of the blinking directional signal!

The materials we have gathered over the years, as well as our experience, have allowed us to grow. The discovery of new historical perspectives, facts and objects of that era have created an aura of enchantment which demands more light and space. Soon, restored bicycles of the Ulmanis’ period, unique household items like generators or water pumps, manufactured by leading car manufacturers will see the light of day. Our collection of books and rare materials also provide a great opportunity for scientific scrutiny of the past century. The museum is currently being under the reconstruction, but we are looking forward to seeing our guests again, when it is completed.

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Full-Day Rundale Palace Tour from Riga

Full-Day Rundale Palace Tour from Riga - Rīga, Latvia

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Rīga, Latvia

From USD
$90.01

Discover one of Latvia's hidden treasures, the Baroque Palace of Rundale, on a enjoyable day trip from Riga

The Rundale Palace - is set amidst the fertile Zemgale Plains in the south of Latvia. The Rundale Palace ensamble, one of the most outstanding monuments of Baroque and Rococo architecture in Latvia, 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 ... More info ›

Discover one of Latvia's hidden treasures, the Baroque Palace of Rundale, on a enjoyable day trip from Riga

The Rundale Palace - is set amidst the fertile Zemgale Plains in the south of Latvia. The Rundale Palace ensamble, one of the most outstanding monuments of Baroque and Rococo architecture in Latvia, 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. After lunch head to Bauska Castle - the castle is located in the Town of Bauska, amidst picturesque scenery on a strip of land between the Rivers Musa and Memele, not far from the place where they flow together forming the Lielupe. The Bauska Castle ensemble consists of two parts. The oldest, a Livonian Order's castle, was built in mid-15th century, and only its ruins have survived. The newest, the residence of the Dukes of Courland, was built in the late 16th century. In the evening return to Riga.

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3-Hour Private Riga City Tour

3-Hour Private Riga City Tour - Rīga, Latvia
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Rīga, Latvia

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$216.03

Explore Riga in a special way with our fully organized and exciting 3-hour sightseeing tour! You will see all the most important highlights of the Baltic pearl. With a local guide you will get the opportunity to visit not only the historical Old Town with its medieval buildings, fabulous monuments and all other magical sites, but also to explore the modern part of Riga ... More info ›

Explore Riga in a special way with our fully organized and exciting 3-hour sightseeing tour! You will see all the most important highlights of the Baltic pearl. With a local guide you will get the opportunity to visit not only the historical Old Town with its medieval buildings, fabulous monuments and all other magical sites, but also to explore the modern part of Riga. You will discover the most picturesque streets of Art Nouveau and experience all of the superb things the wonderful city of Riga has to offer.

Start this guided Riga City Tour with a hotel pickup by air-conditioned car/minibus from your centrally located hotel, and head into the heart of Riga. As you relax on board, gaze out at the Freedom Monument and the Latvian National Opera, a unique architectural monument of the 19th century. Travel past the Latvian Academy of Sciences, also known as "Stalin's birthday cake" and the Riga Central Market, which is Europe's largest market and one of the most notable structures from 20th century. Admire the view of National Library of Latvia across the River Daugava and learn the legend of Great Kristaps, whose wooden sculpture was placed by the river. Continue your tour through the most picturesque streets of Art Nouveau and get acquainted with the poetry of building facades, the mysterious language of symbols and allegories, which the mystically encoded life story of home owners or architects.

Then step out of your car/minibus and explore the Old Town, the most enchanting part of Riga and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy the beauty of this ancient Hanseatic city, while strolling through the cobble-stone and picturesque streets of the historic centre of Riga. The walking tour of the Old Town encompasses the most significant sights of Riga and includes the Dome Cathedral, the Church of St. Peter, the Large and Small Guilds, Riga Castle, the Three Brothers, Blackheads House, the Swedish Gate and walk through Trokšnu, one of Riga´s narrowest streets.

The tour will end in Riga Old Town.

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Private Riga Grand City Tour

Private Riga Grand City Tour - Rīga, Latvia

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Rīga, Latvia

From USD
$300.05

Discover the rich historical, cultural, and architectural heritage that makes Riga the jewel of the Baltic States. On this 4-hour tour with a local guide, discover Riga’s magical Old Town with its elegant Art Nouveau buildings and the important medieval and modern sites of the city ... More info ›

Discover the rich historical, cultural, and architectural heritage that makes Riga the jewel of the Baltic States. On this 4-hour tour with a local guide, discover Riga’s magical Old Town with its elegant Art Nouveau buildings and the important medieval and modern sites of the city. There will be opportunities to stop for photos en route.

Begin your 4-hour guided tour with pickup from from your centrally located hotel, your cruise port, railway, or bus station by climate-controlled vehicle. Explore the magic of Riga, known as the little Paris of the North thanks to its medieval architecture and rich cultural life. Delve into the many attractions and sights, numerous shops, and unique cafes of the city. Stop for photos along the way in the city center.

As you travel through Riga, your local guide will point out the many fascinating sights throughout the city. From the comfort of a Riga sightseeing bus, admire Freedom Monument at the edge of Old Riga, the distinct Laima Clock, and the Latvian National Opera House, a unique architectural monument of the 19th century. Observe the Riga Central Station, the Soviet-era Latvian Academy of Sciences, and the Riga Central Market, Europe's largest bazaar.

Learn about the legend of Great Kristaps, whose wooden sculpture stands by the River Daugava, and view the National Library of Latvia across the water. Pass through the Art Nouveau Quarter, and pause to see the most picturesque buildings. Your guide will point out the poetry of building facades, the mysterious language of symbols and allegories, helping you to 'read' the history of the buildings.

Continue on by foot for a walking exploration of the Old Town of Riga, with its cobblestone streets and ornate architecture. Discover the highlights of this neighborhood, including Dome Cathedral, the Church of St. Peter, the neo-Gothic style Large and Small Guilds, Riga Castle, the preserved Three Brothers houses, the stately Blackheads House, and the Swedish Gate. Walk through Troksnu, one of Riga´s narrowest streets.

The tour will end in Riga Old Town.

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