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Tour Of Floating Spa

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Country: Latvia
City: Riga
Duration: 4 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Spa
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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The sensation of enjoying a Latvian sauna treatment is none like you would have experienced before. The sense of floating into the cool Kisezers lake after feeling the warm glow in the steam sauna is simply out of this world. It is a natural high that words cannot describe.

Group size: from 6 up to 12 people.

Explore More About Riga:

Riga, the capital of Latvia, is not only the crown jewel of Latvia but also of the Baltics. Riga’s Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Riga has more than 600 000 inhabitants, making it the largest city in the Baltic States.

Riga is also known as an architectural jewel – a city where you can see churches from the city’s origins, medieval buildings in the Old Town, unique examples of Art Nouveau, as well as wooden architecture that has survived the centuries and modern architectural jewels.

Riga has a vibrant cultural life. The Latvian National Opera and Ballet brings together world-class artists. The most prominent cultural offers include the magnificent Opera House, diverse music halls, and independent cinemas. If you are a culture lover, then visit a theatre play, opera, or ballet!

Riga St. Peter’s Church – the city’s landmark and the highest spire, one of the oldest and most valuable buildings of medieval monumental architecture in the Baltic States. St. Peter’s Church is the highest church in Riga and a significant Gothic-style 13th-century architectural monument of national importance.

Another of Riga’s architectural highlights is its wooden buildings, which are a rarity in Europe today. Charming wooden houses populate the streets of the left bank of the Daugava river (e.g. in Kalnciema Quarter), as well as other areas of the city such as Grīziņķalns or Maskavas Forštate.

Riga’s menu features a mix of local and international flavors, with a strong emphasis on seasonal and local produce. Riga’s restaurants and cafés offer both traditional Latvian dishes and dishes created by local chefs with a surprising combination of flavors. It will be an exciting gastronomic journey!

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