The architecture of the two capitals of Latvia
Jurmala – a gold, velvet clean beach stretching for 32 kilometres, a cozy European town with romantic wooden summer cottages of the early 20th century.
During this tour you will have a unique opportunity to get acquainted with the resort city, its history and rich cultural life of Jurmala, with unique natural factors of the health spa. You will have anopportunity to admire the wooden architecture of Jurmala - a truly amazing creation of human hands, to see the famous concert hall of Dzintari. After the tour there is a walk along the seaside and a promenade along the famous Jomas Street, visiting small cafes and souvenir shops.
Then, the sightseeing of the «Art Nouveau» quarter will expect you, oneofthemostremarkableplacesofourLittle Paris-Rigacity
Riga is the largest city of the three Baltic capitals, the largest political, administrative, industrial, scientific and cultural centrer of the republic.
40 percent of the buildings in the city centre are built in the Art Nouveau style, it's more than in other European cities.
Latvia has a special relationship with the Art Nouveau – as philosophy of the Art Nouveau is closely linked with the rise of the national consciousness and exactly being accompanied by the sounds of modernity the first professional Latvian artists were recognized.
In 1997 the central part of Riga was included onthe UNESCO intangible heritage list.
At the end of the tour you will go for lunch in the Latvian national restaurant "Lido" - the original brand in the hospitality industry, with a unique and unified concept.