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2nd hand clothing store in Riga?

by song99

2nd hand clothing store in Riga?

I am looking for a 2nd hand clothing store in Latvia? Is there such a thing? In North America, and Europe it's kind of popular, with chain stores like Value Village, and they go by the name of Thrift shops, or 2nd hand shops. Usually, a pair of good quality, laundered pants sells for about 2 or 3 euros. Nicer shirts for 4 or 5 euros. Usually, there is nothing over 20 euros in the store.

Can I find this here?

Thanks

Re: 2nd hand clothing store in Riga?

by virtual786

When I was in Riga 2 years ago, I walked past a secondhand store in the center of the city. I´m quite sure it was "Humana" store. This is charity store, like a Salvation Army store in the U.S. Surely wherever you´re staying, they´ll be able to find the address.

Re: 2nd hand clothing store in Riga?

by smiling_sml

Good second hand clothes are a bit more expensive in Riga than prices you have named. The biggest second hand chain in Riga is Degas. Just their stores are located outside city centre. If you wish to go anyway, let me know. Degas have one smaller shop on Bruninieku and Chaka street corner, but they sell exclusively women stuff there. Another chain is "Second best". They have much smaller shops and one of them is located on Terbatas street 68. There are also quite many invidual shops located in different places of city.

Travel Tips for Riga

Strip clubs in Riga - BEWARE!

by bryonbrit

Definitely the babes are bodacious. However, never run a tab in a Riga bar that features women as the main attraction. Be careful in the nightclubs too. Always, and I mean ALWAYS, ask how much things cost and better to just pay as you go.
I know that many of us have gotten used to running a tab and using the plastic, but that is dangerous here.
And never, once again I mean NEVER, expect help from the Riga police. Latvians in Riga are not especially fond of tourists, especially Brits, and the police are included in this group. Recent statements from the Latvian government are basically they will not help tousrists when nighttime establishments literally double or triple your bill and send some large men to force you to pay. Yes, the Riga authorities will support these thieves and will side with the thieves.
Many people have been forced to pay over 5000 Lat bills for one night (5000 pounds or 8000 Euros) and the police did nothing but blame the victim.
Stick to restaurants and pubs - if you want to risk it - ask the price and pay cash. The Latvian Prime Minister bashing British tourists for drinking too much and getting what they deserve.

Toilet Signs

by kit_mc

I'm not sure if this should be in the customs or the warnings and dangers section to be honest!

In Latvia they have symbols for Gents and Ladies toilets, in the shape of upwards or inverted triangles. This may seem really clever and logical to Latvians, but it totally confused me, and even after reading and re-checking my guide book, I still got it wrong and used the wrong loos in the hotel lobby almost the whole weekend.

This culminated in me hiding away in what had turned out to be the ladies loos for a good 15 minutes when I heard a group of women entering, all chatting away and doing whatever a gaggle of women do in the loo. I had to wait until I could hear no more noise and then make a dash for the door.

Thing was the staff had seen me go in there before and hadn't said anything, so either they were being polite or having a laugh. So perhaps best to ask if you're unsure, and don't always trust your guidebook!

Photo attached is important if you want to avoid the hazards of being trapped a cubicle by your shame at using the wrong facilities!

Vermane's garden

by Inguuna

Vermane's garden or simply just Vermanitis was opened in 1817, and was named by Vermane - merchant widow's name. In that time she invested a lot in new park's development. There you can see many sculptures and also pedestal in honor of madam Vermane, which is guarded by two lions. In the park many things haven't survived from past times. During summer you can refresh and relax here from city. You can also take with you some meal and take a rest here looking to the nice fountain.

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by riblet about nightlife

Friday - very unfriendly people that hate us brits
Saturday - man stabbed at the entrance to the best hotel - hotel latvia stumbles inside to get help and chucked out down side of hotel and then dies.
sunday - bunch of irish lads taken to strip bar 5 bottles of booze dumped on table and told they are locked in and told pay £1000 or you get it Fantastic night out !!!
Sunday - Thrown out of every single pub once there £2k in beer sales had been reached then very violently lead to the street ALL VISITORS WE MET SAID TERRYFYING CITY NEVER EVER EVER GO THERE AND ALL THE BEAUTIFUL GIRLS HATE US ( AND I AM PROPER HANDSOME )

Public transport

by Inguuna

In Riga there are no metros, but we have buses, trolleybuses and trams, also one can use small buses which are faster. Actually comparing to other European cities, in Riga transport is not expensive, for one drive you need to pay 30 centimes. Tickets can be bought at the transport or at kiosks and after it you need to punch it in transport. One ticket is only for one drive. There also can be bought five day and monthly tickets for one transport or for all. They can be bought at kiosks and special ones, at the main bus station and kiosk near National Opera.
At stops you can find transport number line and the list with timelines, to make life easier :).
The transport plans could be seen in maps which are included in guides. Also there are transport plans in website: www.rigassatiksme.lv

Some routes:
Tram no. 11 – from the centre to Mežaparks, at Mežaparks you can reach Riga ZOO.
Tram no. 6 – from the centre to Jugla, where after 20 minutes walk by foot you can reach the Open Air museum.
Trolleybus no. 20 – from the centre to TV tower, from there you can view Riga from birds eye view.

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