Explore an up-and-coming European capital with us on this 3-night city break holiday to Riga. Riga is a beautiful city with unique architecture and home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Undoubtedly Riga is royal, rare, remarkable and ravishing too. The city catches its tourists caressingly and leaves them awe-stricken. City Riga is studded with glittery and grandeur monuments- all breath-taking beautiful, true to confess. Be it Freedom Monument , Riga Dome Cathedral, Art Nouveau, St Peter's Church, National Library of Latvia, Riga Central Market, Town Hall Square, Latvian Ethnographic Open - Air Museum....Riga holds them and boasts of them as well.
Renovated in 2015, Hotel Gutenbergs is family-run hotel set in the centre of the Old Town of Riga, next to the Dome Square and Dome Cathedral. Located in 17th and 19th century connected buildings, guests can choose between luxurious chandeliers, high ceilings, historical engravings, paintings and antique furniture in one part of the hotel and 300-year old wooden balks, sloping floors and lower ceilings in the other.
Start in the ancient Hanseatic city of Riga, the largest in the Baltics with a medieval old town easily explored on foot. Admire its concentration of Art Nouveau architecture and no visit is complete without stepping foot in the famous food market. There are many reasons to pay a visit to Riga, but the fact that the city has 800 years of history waiting to be explored is as good a place to start as any. Be sure to admire the architecture on display at the city's Gothic churches and take in the medieval buildings in Old Town.
After spending 2 nights in Riga you will visit Tallinn. Travelling by luxury coach to Tallinn, Estonia’s mesmerizing beauty lies in the leafy green plains, where the sun lights up the pastel-painted villages, mansions adorn the horizon, vast natural areas present a David Attenborough-worthy roll call of waterfalls and national parks with the UNSECO Old Town of Tallinn rising up in all its historical and cultural glory. Our favorite city hot spot is the 1404 Gothic town hall. The lovely Freedom Square lies at its heart, featuring St. John’s Church, an underground shopping centre and a Victory Column honouring the Estonian War of Independence.