Sightseeing in Riga

Riga offers you wide choice of many interesting  museums and historical sites: from the extensive  Ethnographic Open Air Museum with its more than ninety authentic farm-steads, houses, wooden churches, windmills, and other historic structures to small art galleries and Museum of Occupation of Latvia in the Old Town or  Latvian War Museum.

All opera and ballet lovers are invited to visit the  National Opera in Riga located close to  Opera Hotel & Spa.

Riga is very well-known for its architecture and it is even considered the world capital of Art Nouveau. Riga is also famous for its wooden architecture and has the highest concentration of wooden structures of any European capital. Riga Old Town is itself a sight to behold. Among the churches and museums, many cobbled squares invite you to sit and watch the world go by.

The  Kalnciema Quarter in Riga is a part of unique European wooden architecture heritage. The Quarter now hosts series of cultural and business events.

The New Riga Theatre is a professional repertory theatre, providing innovative art both in its content and form and capturing the attention of the independently-thinking contemporary spectator. If you like to discover the city on foot or by bus, there are many different tours available. Just  contact the hotel reception and we will make arrangements to fulfill your wish.

Either you are on a  family vacation with your children, want to taste our  shopping culture or just enjoy some of the  upcoming events in Riga – there is plenty to do in Riga!