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Small-Group Guided Walking Tour of Riga

Riga, Latvia
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excellent and informative for the non touristy part of Riga

Our tour began from the central square outside the main cathedral. We identified our leader Kasper... read more

Reviewed 6 April 2017
Priya_T
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Chennai (Madras), India
Informative and fun

Our tour guide Toms was great - very knowledgeable about his city but also fun. The tour lasted... read more

Reviewed 16 November 2015
smithy2014
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6 Apr 2017
“excellent and informative for the non touristy part of Riga”
16 Nov 2015
“Informative and fun”
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Reviewed 6 April 2017

Our tour began from the central square outside the main cathedral. We identified our leader Kasper by his yellow suitcase. He was humorous and informative. The group became quite large and therefore his partner arrived and we were divided into 2 groups. The tour itself...More

Thank Priya_T
Reviewed 16 November 2015 via mobile

Our tour guide Toms was great - very knowledgeable about his city but also fun. The tour lasted around 2 hours and was a great way to find your way around with lots of interesting information and history. He also recommended some great places to...More

Thank smithy2014
Reviewed 15 October 2015

The man leading the tour was very informative and knowledgeable on Riga. Engaged the tour party and remembered everyone's name. He introduced fun into the tour by giving many people occupations!!

Thank 845rayg
Reviewed 6 September 2015

We met up with our allocated guide at the Town Hall Square (Ratslaukums) which was a good starting point for the tour as the "House of Blackheads" is one of the most famous buildings in Latvia. As we moved around the Old Town we learned...More

Thank Funambulator
Reviewed 14 August 2015

I did the walking tour of the old town in Vilnius and loved it. It seems mean to compare but you just can't help it! Our guide, Toms was passionate about Riga but his style was slightly jarring and he put a lot of pressure...More

1  Thank travellingsal
Reviewed 12 April 2015

I decided to take a tour because the museum of occupation was shut for renovation. It was a useful short trip One can take the trip of the old town or Alberta iela (the art nouveau district). I took the trip to the old town...More

Thank flyinkipper
Reviewed 7 March 2015

Went to the tour as we thought it would be a good way to see the city and get our bearings. The guide was prompt and explained the day. Took us around a few sites and explained, did this with a bit of humour. I...More

Thank Brian C
Reviewed 31 December 2014

My friend .and I went to Riga for a short break just before Christmas. We decided to do the free walking tour on our first day. We met at St Peters church at 11am. The tour lasted about 2 hours. Our guide spoke excellent English,...More

2  Thank MaggieHYorkshire
Reviewed 10 December 2014

We were in Riga with our study group of 50 people. Everybody were satisfied with the length and the contents of the tour around the Old town. Both guides spoke excellent English and gave interesting and useful information about the city’s history and buildings. We...More

1  Thank Inispinis
Reviewed 28 March 2014

Our first visit to Riga was enhanced by the excellent walking tour of the Old Town by Mihail. Charming and well informed we liked it so much we went back for the specialist 'Art Nouveau' tour in the afternoon. That was fantastic and such a...More

1  Thank Paul66-47
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