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This is the perfect introduction to a local's view of Riga. The tour guided by people with a cultural background (professionals, art historians, writers etc.) is the best way to discover Riga in an entertaining and informative way. Duration: 2,5h...more
All reviews art nouveau district quick coffee gave an excellent great knowledge local perspective enthusiastic guide old town funny stories answered all our questions three hours free walking nice walk linda facts intro 5hrs structured
This is the 'culture' tour so you are taken away from the old city to the streets with Art Noveau buildings. Our guide was very knowledgeable, funny and walked backwards a lot of the time so he could talk to us as we moved along....More
Our guide Ray, was amazing. You could she loves what she does and her knowledge about the city is superb. Got really deep in some details and my friends we totally loved it.
It is a great alternative to the "normal" free walking tour as...More
Very informative and interesting. I don't know who said Latvians have no sense of humour but Linda proved them wrong as she educated and entertained us for about 2.5 hours. I would highly recommend this.
A great informative and entertaining tour with Raimonda, who is great source of knowledge, history and passion for Latvia and Riga. The walk is a great way to learn more about the city, its culture and architecture.
Raimonda was knowledgeable, fun and engaging.
I had already toured the city with other guides and still learnt new facts.
The tour is in english and last between 2h30 and 3h.
Great experience for anyone interested in architecture and the city’s history.
Great free tour! Our Sunday guide was Annette. She was easy to spot from beginning to end, offered breaks for bathroom and a quick coffee, was knowledgeable and her English was excellent. Annette told us plenty of city history, current events and general Baltic background....More