Riga is a tempting word for connoisseurs of new experiences, vivid emotions and a relaxed atmosphere. On the coast of the Baltic Sea, there is a city that embodies the dream of every tourist. The chaste plains on the banks of the Daugava River (Western Dvina), where it flows into the Gulf of Riga, will please nature lovers, and connoisseurs of urbanism will be able to feel the satisfaction of enjoying the view of amazing architecture in the Art Nouveau style, the sophistication of monuments and the casual interweaving of streets, avenues and boulevards .
If someone takes a walk through the evening-night Riga at least once, they will fall in love with this city for life!
Riga is divided into three suburbs and three districts. The most attractive for tourists is the Central District, also known as the Old Town, where the main attractions and the railway station are located. You should definitely visit the Vidzeme region, as the Latvian Open-Air Ethnographic Museum is located there.
Going to the left bank of the Daugava, take a look at the Zemgale suburb, namely Kalnciema Street, where you can see wooden architecture. In the same area is the Castle of Light Library, which is considered one of the most beautiful architectural structures in the world.
Latvia belongs to the countries with a temperate climate, which is characterized by mild and flexible weather conditions. Riga will never be too hot or too cold.
July is considered the warmest (up to +25 °С during the day and an average of +14 °С at night). February is usually the coldest (the thermometer fluctuates between -6 ° C during the day, and around -15 ° C at night). But if you have never been to Riga in winter, then it is better to come here in February, because the Gulf of Riga covered with ice is an impressive sight! But those wishing to fully enjoy the sea breeze are still waiting for Riga in the summer.
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