4 Night Riga & Rundale Palace
4 Night Riga & Rundale Palace Ref: 4RRP
Private Car Transfer from Riga Airport to Hotel.
4 nights Wellton Centrum Hotel & Spa 4* or similar, Riga
1 x Double/Twin Standard Room
Full Breakfast daily
Start Time: 11:00am
Duration: 2 Hrs
Get to know Riga’s Old Town on a 2 hour walking tour and view the city’s historical highpoints. As you stroll from sight to sight, hear about the city’s past as a mighty seaport during the Middle Ages, and enjoy photo stops at the prettiest medieval landmarks, such as the Old Guild House, Powder Tower and magnificent House of the Blackheads. Learn about the Riga’s role as a member of the powerful Hanseatic League between the 1400s and 1600s and discover must-sees such as St Peter’s Church and the Swedish Gate.
Start Time: 12:00pm
Duration: 2 Hrs
The best way to experience a city is by sinking your teeth into it and Eat Riga's Market and Food Tasting is the perfect tour to learn about Latvian cuisine, culture and history in one of the largest and most impressive covered market places in Europe. Take a bite out of Riga!
Start Time: 09:00am
Duration: 7 Hrs
Discover one of Latvia's hidden treasures, the Baroque Palace of Rundale, on a enjoyable day trip from Riga.
The Rundale Palace - is set amidst the fertile Zemgale Plains in the south of Latvia. The Rundale Palace ensemble, one of the most outstanding monuments of Baroque and Rococo architecture in Latvia, was built between 1736 and 1740 as a summer residence for Ernst Johann Biron, Duke of Courland and a favourite of the Russian Empress Anna Ioannovna. The palace was designed by the Russian court architect Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli and built under his supervision. After lunch head to Bauska Castle - the castle is located in the Town of Bauska, amidst picturesque scenery on a strip of land between the Rivers Musa and Memele, not far from the place where they flow together forming the Lielupe. The Bauska Castle ensemble consists of two parts. The oldest, a Livonian Order's castle, was built in mid-15th century, and only its ruins have survived. The newest, the residence of the Dukes of Courland, was built in the late 16th century. In the evening return to Riga.
Located just on the other side of the city canal, Forest is one of the newest additions to the ever growing scene of the contemporary Latvian cuisine – modern and gourmet, but rooted in the long culinary traditions of this country, a thing more and more visitors want to try besides just indulging in the rustic traditional food. Design is smart and cosy, with lots of light and feels quite natural, well after all it’s named after Latvia’s biggest treasure – it’s green gold – the forests.
Private Car Transfer from Hotel to Riga Airport.