At the time of writing, this fantastically ornate structure was serving as the temporary home of Latvia's president. Built in 1344 as a...
St Peter's Church
Forming the centrepiece of Rīga’s skyline, this Gothic church is thought to be around 800 years old, making it one of the oldest...
Museum of the Occupation of Latvia
Inhabiting an interesting example of Soviet-era architecture on the main square, this museum carefully details Latvia’s Soviet and Nazi...
Pulkvedim Neviens Neraksta
There’s no such thing as a dull night at Pulkvedis. The atmosphere is ‘warehouse chic’, with pumping ‘80s tunes on the ground floor and...
Who knew the Baltic had such brilliant Indian food?! Tucked away down a medieval alley you’ll find a welcome antedote to the bland...
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Mentzendorff's House information
Built in 1695 as the home of a wealthy German glazier, this sparsely furnished house offers an insight into everyday life for Rīga's successful merchants. There's a permanent exhibition of contemporary glass art downstairs and temporary exhibitions are held in the attic.