Mezaparks Hotel

Annas Sakses 19, Riga, LV-1014, Latvia
Mezaparks Hotel
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Visiting Riga in Jannuary

by Prome

I don't know if it is a good idea, considering the snow, the temperature, and that I have never been there before. I am planning to spend one weekend in Riga in my way back from Tallin (I will spend a week there for work). So I don't know if I will end up seeing the city only from the window of the hotel or if even with the snow it is visitable.

I have no experience with the scenario city + a lot of snow, so I really don't know what to expect. :D

Re: Visiting Riga in Jannuary

by FletteMette

Hi, I'll reply here instead of via email... :o)

The climate in Riga is very similar to that in Tallinn - both cities can be (very) cold and windy in winter, but they're not that snowy, really...? Riga is only a few hours by car from Tallinn, and both cities are situated by the sea - so if you survive Tallinn then I'm sure you'll be fine in Riga too... ;o)

I've been to Riga (and Tallinn) in winter quite a few times (going back before Christmas!) and sure, it can be cold - but bring something fairly windproof, a scarf and mittens and you should be fine...

Re: Visiting Riga in Jannuary

by putns

Both Riga and Tallinn require a reliable footwear. You will be lucky if there is some frost or snow. Usually it blows and rains

Re: Visiting Riga in Jannuary

by Prome

Thanks for your advices! Unfortunately my trip got cancelled twice and it seems that I won't be going. A pity because the plan was brilliant.
Thanks anyway!

Travel Tips for Riga


by Vija_v

Whenever you feel tired of walking or just don’t know how to spend your time in Riga, you can always go to the movies.
In the very centre- between Central Train Station and Central Buss Station you can find big cinema, with many halls.
Movies there are shown in English, with Latvian and Russian subtitles.


by Vija_v

In Latvia the most popular sports game is hockey. Already now Latvian hockey fans are well known abroad during Championships. :)
We are quiet nosy people while watching hockey! :)

And good news are that during 2006 in Riga will take place World Championship in Hockey.

Riga's modern arcitecture

by ExVoto

Here comes the newest Bowling Hall in Riga, Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania. Made by famos Latvian architect Janis Silis. It's opened just few months but very popular not even in Latvia but a broad, too. Before this spot Riga's bowling halls looked like some warehouses or a like. Sinc Bowlero is opened we have another idea how one place to relax must look like. From outside it somehow reminds a trendy ship covered with glass and do not give full picture of it's interior where architects and stylists showed why are they so expensive - it realy impressive. Starting with stylized bowling ball with cafe inside it, nighclub and small but cosy restaurant. Well, this topic should be encloused in nightlife and sports as well, but it is worth to see as a architectonic piece of art, too.

Meeting chics

by nomad12321 about beer gardens

If you would like to meet chics, I found the best place was to approach groups of girls at the beer gardens, forget the clubs, it's a waste of time unless you dig married chics and dudes. The club is where you go after you meet the chic. Also, I wasn't there for very long, but it seems when you approach them that it gets awkward or they get abbrasive for a few minutes, but then after around 20 minutes they warm up to you and are cool. Dress respectable of course, don't look as though you just got done changing the oil on your car

Trams are the Key to success

by RuBiQ

Trams around riga cost only 0.20L the equivilant of 20p in UK money, you cant beat it. You can get to most places around Riga by tram. Not the prettiest of trams, very much like ones I have seen in budapest but well worth 0.20L to ride to the city on


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