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SIGHTS


ROAD EMERGENCY NUMBERS


CAR TROUBLE/TOWING SERVICES Autoklubs LAMB Emergency help tel. nr. 1888. Free/discounted technical assistance in Riga and around Latvia with the LAMB card.


ROAD POLICE/ AMBULANCE Call 112.


Mob. tel. 28243200, faritour@ gmail.com. www.riga-sightseeing.lv SEE RIGA FROM ABOVE


1 Akademijas lauk., mob. tel. 20088097. www.panoramariga.lv


65 m high panoramic area in the historical Stalin’s Birthday cake building, just a five minute walk from the centre.


car rental AVIS


Downtown office: 29 11.Novembra Krast- mala iela, tel. 67225876. Airport arrival hall, tel. 67207353. www.avis.lv BUDGET 29 11. Novembra krastmala, tel. 67830983, budget@budget.lv. Airport arrival hall (Sector E), tel. 67207327, rix@budget.lv. www.budget.lv Economy class cars from € 23/day. FRESH CAR


Mob. tel. 23777405. www.fcar.lv Rent a brand new Citroen Cactus or Mini Cooper!


trains


LATVIAN RAILWAY 3 Gogo¬a iela. Booking tickets in advance to European countries, tel. 67233314, to CIS countries, tel. 67233397, on-line schedules: www.pv.lv/en/


castles & mansions


BIRIˆI CASTLE www.birinupils.lv This neo-Gothic castle was built in 1860 and is considered the most


www.rigathisweek.lv/sights


impressive representative of Latvian manor architecture. Located close to Riga (just 55km), it is located near the picturesque lake Biriñi, sur- rounded by parks, ponds, hills and meadows. Offers horseback riding, saunas, event celebration, confer- ences, children activities. DÈKÒI CASTLE www.diklupils.lv A neo-Baroque palace, built in 1896, surrounded by a 20 hectar park with a duck pond. The origi- nal interior is well preserved, and it has a collection of beautiful stoves and fireplaces. The manor offers eco SPA, romantic holiday packages. We recommend to take an extreme off-road hiking tour around the palace, the beautifully rapid Gauja river and enormous (up to 25m!) high sandstone cliffs. KUKÍU MANOR www.kuksumuiza.lv Built in 1725, it is the only manor in the Baltics where original wall- paintings have been preserved and restored. 11 accommodation rooms are decorated with impeccable pre- ciseness. The owners are profes- sional antiquarians, so each object is a piece of art and history. Adored by local and overseas diplomats, in- terior designers and stylists. JAUNPILS CASTLE www.jaunpilspils.lv Built in 1301 as a fortress for the Livonian order. The site is famous for its re-enacted theatrical tours. Get familiar with the daily life of me dieval monks, jesters, lords and servants of the castle. Serves as a hotel, restaurant, medieval pub and a museum. Church and water mill. JAUNMOKU PALACE www.jaunmokupils.lv The neo-Gothic/Art Nouveau palace was built in the first half of 19th


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tury as a hunting residence for Riga mayor George Armitstead. Forestry museum with the finest collection of hunting weapons. Participate in a winter orienteering game—with snowshoes—around the palace area. Works also as a hotel, confer- ence facility and restaurant.


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