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  2. Riga - Wikipedia

    Riga (/ ˈ r iː ɡ ə /) is the capital, primate and the largest city of Latvia. Home to 605,802 inhabitants, the city accounts for a third of Latvia's total population. The population of Riga metropolitan area, which stretches beyond the city limits, is estimated at 860,142 (as of 2023).

  3. 10 must-see in Riga - Latvia

    Steeped in over 800 years of history and recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage site, Old Riga is the heart and soul of Latvia’s capital. Many nations have helped build this unique place, and famous figures from Peter the Great to Richard Wagner have spent time here.

  4. Riga, city and capital of Latvia. It occupies both banks of the Daugava (Western Dvina) River, 9 miles (15 km) above its mouth on the Gulf of Riga. An ancient settlement of the Livs and Kurs, Riga emerged as a trading post in the late 12th century. Learn more about Riga in this article.

  5. Riga |

    Riga, the capital of Latvia, is not only the crown jewel of Latvia, but also of the Baltics. Riga’s Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Riga has more than 600 000 inhabitants, making it the largest city in the Baltic States.

  6. Rīga travel - Lonely Planet | Latvia, Europe

    Rīga. Latvia, Europe. The Gothic spires that dominate Rīga's cityscape might suggest austerity, but it is the flamboyant art nouveau that forms the flesh and the spirit of this vibrant cosmopolitan city, the largest of all three Baltic capitals. Like all northerners, it is quiet and reserved on the outside, but there is some powerful ...

  7. THE 15 BEST Things to Do in Riga - Tripadvisor

    Things to Do in Riga, Latvia: See Tripadvisor's 221,796 traveler reviews and photos of Riga tourist attractions. Find what to do today, this weekend, or in December. We have reviews of the best places to see in Riga. Visit top-rated & must-see attractions.

  8. Riga, Latvia 2023: Best Places to Visit - Tripadvisor

    About Riga. The Latvian capital, the largest city in the Baltics, is a fascinating mixture of proud Latvian tradition and influences of the various countries that have occupied it. Independent once again since 1991, Riga's Art Nouveau center has won it UNESCO World Heritage Site designation.