Three Days in Latvia
Day 1 -10:00 -Meeting at tēl airport.
The usual flight time and the most convenient is 10-12 hours. So that tourists are not tired and are ready to get acquainted with Riga right away.
Day 1 -11:00-Explore Riga(Riga old town).
Riga old town is a very pleasant place to walk around, taking in the history and old buildings.
Day 1 -11:30-House of the Blackheads.
House of the Blackheads, a venue for exhibitions, concerts and other events, is a landmark of Riga Old City and the Latvian capital’s most magnificent edifice.
Take a tour of the House of the Blackheads and picture in your imagination the receptions and concerts that were held at the sumptuous Conference Hall during the times of the Blackheads Society.
Take a look at the works of our artisans, craftsmen and antique restorers: crystal chandeliers, the painted ceiling of the Conference Hall, the exact replicas of 19th century chairs and sofas, weaponry and armor sets, portraits of the nobility in gilded frames, stained glass with colorful ornamentation, the Blackheads’ Coat of Arms and girandoles.
See the replica of the Statue of Roland, symbol of the Medieval Hanseatic cities, with the original located in St. Peter’s Church.
Riga's St.Peter's Church dominates the cityscape as the tallest spire, and as one of the oldest and most valuable monumental architecture edifices in the Baltic States from the Middle Ages. St.Peter's is the tallest of the Riga churches, a significant landmark, and a prime example of the 13th century Gothic style.
Examine the original interior design elements – the Blue Guard Chapel, the wooden altar, renovated stone and wooden epitaphs and a large bronze candle holder for seven candles.