This is the must see street, full with shops, restourants and lovely architecture. Easy to reach by train from Riga. Be sure to check out the sight platform locatet in the park nearby!
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We visited in the snow so can only imagine the hive of activity in the summer. The street is s mixture of restaurants and shops with some craft vendors wooden cabins also along the street. Some of the old wooden buildings have seen better days
Mostly closed in Winter Time, because of the weather. Just visit this Place in September or October. Nice fresh Mushrooms. I have been there many times, but here I can only say a exactely Date. Wonderful Place 30 mins from Riga.
This street is very cute to stroll down. There are lots of little shops and restaurants along the way. We visited in November so it was quite cold but the street was still great. I imagine it's very busy in the summer.
It's the main hub of Jurmala. There are a variety of shops and cafes available plus some wooden huts selling goods. Some tat, some decent stuff. No hard sell. Favourite bit for me was some members of the older generation selling their produce - fruits,...More
Jomas is the main drag through Jurmala. If you're taking the train from Riga, go all the way to the Majora stop and walk about 2 blocks to the street and then head north. Jomas is lined with cute shops and restaurants, a few are...More
This is THE street to walk on in Jurmala. Everything you could possibly want is on this street - shops, restaurants, cafes, bars, a casino.. Lots of places were closed mid-week when I was there in September. During the summer, I'm sure everything is open...More
We walked along the pedestrian mall, the shops quiet and pleasant, restaurants that seemed inviting (although we did not go in because we were not very hungry). We went into a number of souvenir shops, the prices as in any tourist area ... We ate...More