What would You like to do in Riga?

Riga at Night Kayak Tour

From€30

See Riga from a different point of view – water

Old Riga Walking Tour

From€20

Historical part of Riga – this is where everything started

Bicycle Tour

From€20

Explore Riga the best way possible – by a bicycle

Sigulda Tour

From€65

Visit ‘The Switzerland of Vidzeme’ – Sigulda

Segway Tour

From€45

Best Way – Segway 🙂

Soviet Riga Tour

From€30

Before independence we were Latvian Soviet Socialistic Republic

Jewish Riga Tour

From€30

Jewish history of Riga

Jurmala Tour

From€60

Visit the largest resort city in Baltic States – Jurmala

Riga Bus Tour

From€40

Most of Riga covered – live speaking guide

Riga Day Kayak Tour

From€30

See Riga from a different point of view – water

Art Nouveau Tour

From€35

Greatest Pearl of Riga – Art Nouveau architecture

Day Trip to Tallinn (Estonia)

From€260

Visit beautiful Tallin

Tour to Cesis

From€110

Many will say – prettiest city in Latvia

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