Riga Old Town
Old Town Riga is steeped in Latvian history and brimming with culture at every turn. The enchanting buildings and medieval streets can lead you to some of the best kept secrets in Riga, waiting around every corner. Old Town Riga's unparalleled German Art Nouveau architecture helped it to be declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, and Riga has a diverse mix of attractions for everyone to enjoy.
Guests who want to discover and explore the charming Old Town won't have to go far, and the Radisson Blu Hotel Latvija, Riga hotel is only a short walk from all the action.
Step back in time in Old Town Riga
Visitors can get a glimpse into the past as they wander through the cobbled streets, preserved in time in Old Town in Riga. The picture-perfect town square is an ideal starting point for exploring, and as you move towards the shore of the River Daugava you can stop by the most recognisable sites in the city, including Dome Cathedral, St. Peter's Church and Riga Castle.
You can even skirt the edges of the Old Town to visit the Riga Central Market or the nearby Opera House.
The old and new in Riga Old Town
Riga's old town has more than enough modern delights for visitors as well, and the unique urban environment has great shops and restaurants to show you another side of the city.
Take a closer look and discover some of the best-kept secrets in Riga. And when the sun goes down you can get swept up in the vibrant nightlife that spills into the streets of the Old Town.
The Radisson Blu Hotel Latvija, Riga is ideally located just minutes away from the Old Town and has a late-night bar when you want to celebrate closer to home.