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Riga (Bradt City Guides)

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    Chris Patrick(Author) Stephen Baister(Author)

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The Latvian capital of Riga is rapidly increasing in popularity with travellers touring the new map of Europe. Visitors will be impressed with Riga's variety of inviting cafés, restaurants and bars, plus diverse entertainment including opera, casinos and jazz - the pick of which are listed in this handy-sized guide. The guide includes city walking tours, undoubtedly the best way to discover Riga's fine collection of Art Nouveau buildings and its picturesque canal.

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  • By Jilly on 16 August 2017

    for a friend , but she was well pleased

  • By G. J. Weeks on 10 September 2008

    The one essential thing for a city guide is portability and this one is the right size for the pedestrian tourist. Unfortunately, my copy, ordered from the publishers, did not arrive by return of post so I had to tour Riga with a larger book. Reading this one on my return I found it an accurate and informative guide though it could have done better by including hotels a little farther from the centre. They are cheaper and the access to the centre by public transport is good. It also failed to describe the excellent food and beer at The Lido, another non-central facility.

  • By Michael Allen on 26 February 2015

    basic book but probably needs updating

  • By Ben on 29 December 2015

    Bought as a present for our travel to Riga. Very informative and gave us an insight into Riga. Was difficult to find one for Riga but this did the job well.

  • By Matt Sanger on 29 March 2016

    This book was published in 2007, so a great deal of the information in it is out of date.

  • By Mel on 10 May 2016

    Of no use whatsoever! Out of date by years!

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