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On Monday, May 23, the Museum of the Occupation of Latvia will welcome its one millionth visitor since the museum was established on July 1, 1993.
Why do blondes go to Riga on the last weekend of May? Nope, this is not another bad blonde joke. The answer is, they go for the annual Riga go blonde parade.
The Riga Tourism Development Bureau (RTDB) has prepared the first professional meeting and convention planner’s guide in English for conference, congress and corporate event organizers.
19.05.2011 -Skyways.se Airline Skyways recommends to visit Riga
Eight hundred years has shaped the city's unique appearance and rich traditions. Because of its geographical position on the Baltic Sea, Riga has been an important center for trade, finance and culture...
The capital of Latvia - Riga - is the largest city in the Baltics and has been an important Viking trade center since the 12th century.
09.05.2011 -LTDA Tourism Development Agency issues new booklets on tourism opportunities in and around Riga and on medical tourism
Before the start of the new tourism season, the State Tourism Development Agency has released two new booklets for tourists - "Day Trips In and Around Riga" and "Health. Well-being. Harmony...
Riga, the Baltic city and the capital city of the Baltic state of Latvia, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the most popular tourist spot in the region, as IRTimes.com reports.
09.05.2011 "Ryanair" launches flights from Riga to Rome
Starting from the 4th of May the Irish low-fare airline "Ryanair" will begin flights from International Airport Riga to Rome Ciampino Airport, the airline's official homepage reports.
Currently, a record-high number of 11,500 participants from 37 countries have signed up for this year's "Nordea" Riga Marathon, as "Nords Event Communications" Project Manager Inese...
05.05.2011 -Nozare.lv Flights from International Airport Riga to the second-largest city in Sweden - Gothenburg.
Starting from 26th of April Swedish airline "Skyways" began flights from International Airport Riga to the second-largest city in Sweden - Gothenburg.