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SHOPPING art & souvenir shops AMBER LINE


Main locations: 4 Torña iela, 10.00–20.00. 6 Í˚üñu iela, 10.00– 20.00. 17 Tirgoñu iela, 10.00–20.00. 6 Ka¬˚u iela, 10.00–20.00. 16 Audéju iela (in s/c Galerija Centrs), 10.00–21.00. www.amberline.lv Everybody knows that Latvian amber is an excellent gift for your beloved. This shop chain offers beautiful amber jewellery by different designers. Styles vary from ethnic to elegant or posh, amber is accompanied with crystals, pearls or corrals. ART NOUVEAU RIGA


9 Strélnieku iela, tel. 67333030, 10.00–19.00. www.artnouveauriga.lv The only store in Latvia dedicated exclusively to Art Nouveau. EGLE — OPEN-AIR LEISURE VENUE (FIR TREE) 1a Ka¬˚u iela (near Town Hall Square) (K-3), 11.00 - last guest. www.spogulegle.lv Mittens for granny? They sell ‘em. Earrings for your wife?


Check that! Amber souvenir for your colleague? No prob- lem! Egle literally sells every traditional Latvian gift you can think of—arts and crafts galore! ELKOR GIFTSHOP


19 Brîvîbas bulv., tel. 67214077, 10.00–22.00. Also linen and amber shop on 9 Tirgoñu iela, tel. 67210025, 09.00–21.00. Latvian handmade gifts and exclusive souvenirs. GRIEÛI


1 Mazå Miesnieku iela, tel. 67507236, 10.00–19.00. Handmade linen, renovated antique furniture, pottery, copies of ancient jewellery, wooden toys. On Mondays craft performances in English, Thursdays traditional cooking performances—reserve beforehand. LAIPA 2/4 Laipu iela, tel. 67229962, 11.00–17.00, Sat 11.00–15.00. Closed Sun. Goods in amber, silver, ceramics, wood, leath- er, woolen and linen clothing. LÈVS


7 Kaléju iela, tel. 67229010, 11.00–17.00, Sat 11.00–15.00. Closed Sun. Specialises in linen and original Baltic jewel- lery in silver and bronze. LUMAS


6 Audéju iela, 11.00–20.00, Sat 11.00–18.00, Sun 11.00– 16.00. http://lv.lumas.com Lumas galleries around the globe offer large-format, single-print editions, or works with 3-5 prints and 4-5 figure prices, to experienced col- lectors, institutions and museums. As an alternative, to mass-produced, reproductions found in museum shops. SENÅ KL‰TS (The Old Barn) (The National Costume Center) 1 Råtslaukums, tel./fax 67242398, info@senaklets.lv, 10.00–19.00, Sat, Sun 10.00–17.00. www.senaklets.lv See the largest Latvian national costumes’ exhibition of the world. Top-quality Latvian handicraft, linen, jewellery, ceramics and souvenirs. TÈNE


2 Va¬ñu iela, tel. 67216728. 10 Audéju iela, tel. 67350111. 1 Kungu iela, tel. 67227215. 09.00–19.00, Sun 10.00–17.00.


www.rigathisweek.lv/shopping books ROBERT’S BOOKS


51 Dzirnavu iela (entrance from courtyard), 10.00–19.00, Sat 12.00–17.00. Closed Sun. www.robertsbooks.lv Have a cup of coffee or glass of wine while browsing shelves with the best selection of new and second hand English language books. CDs, vinyls and local artist paint- ings as well. Their motto—a paradise of written word and slowly enjoyed life. One of the favourite young travellers’ meeting points.


fashion BALTÅ KUMODE (The White Commode)


57 Elizabetes iela, mob. tel. 20027127, 10.30–19.30, Sat, Sun 11.00–18.00. fb.com/baltakumode Presenting the latest collections of Italian women’s foot- wear by the Vittorio Virgili factory in a grand 350m2 PLAZA


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25 Kungu iela, tel. 67350971, 11.00–20.00, Sun 12.00–17.00. PLAZA OUTLET -70% discount on previous season collections, 18 Smilßu iela, tel. 67226074. Located in Old Riga, the store sells luxury men’s and wom- en’s clothes, shoes, accessories and interior design ob- jects from such labels as Christian Dior, Celine, Lanvin, Yves Saint Laurent, Gucci, Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, Valentino, Roberto


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