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Riga: Red Bus Hop-on-hop-off Grand Tour

1. Riga: Red Bus Hop-on-hop-off Grand Tour

Discover Riga on a hop-on hop-off tour. Enjoy a 2-day pass, go on 2 different routes, and see the Opera House, the historic Old City, and the Central Market. With more than 80 sights along the routes, this pass allows you to make the most of the hop-on-hop-off tour style. The double-decker buses depart from the Town Hall Square between 10:15 AM - 3:15 PM daily.  The Red tour runs through two districts. First, the bus goes to Pardaugava, an area that overlooks ancient cathedrals on the left bank of the river Daugava. Crossing the Stone Bridge, take in the panorama of the Old City.  Pass the Boulevard Ring, see the famous Monument of Freedom, the Opera House, the Powder Tower, and much more. See Riga's Central Market, the largest covered market in Europe, as well as the Speakers Quarter. Discover the history of the Jewish Ghetto and the famous Stalin High-Rise. On the blue line, see a range of architectural styles, from romantic facades to decorative art nouveau. See the famous Alberta Street, with its detailed facades and Michael Eisenstein architecture. 

Riga: 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

2. Riga: 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

The double-decker buses depart from the Town Hall Square between 10:15 AM-3: 15 PM daily. There are 11 main stops and around 16 additional stops along the routes. In this package deal, two tours are included. This pass allows you to make the most of the hop-on-hop-off tour style with within a 2 day period. The Red tour runs through two districts. First, the bus goes to Pardaugava, an area which overlooks ancient cathedrals on the left bank of the river Daugava. Acrossing the Stone Bridge, you will see the majestic panorama of the Old City – the “City of the Golden Cockerels”. Next, the bus travels toward the city centre where many of the cities main attractions are located. You will pass the Boulevard Ring, see the famous Monument of Freedom, the Opera House, the Powder Tower, and much more. Then, in the district of Moscow suburb, you'll see Riga's Central Market - which is the largest covered market in Europe, the Speakers Quarter with the History of the Jewish Ghetto and the famous Stalin High-rise. The Blue tour first goes to Riga harbor, and then runs through architectural part of Riga in a short time as possible. You'll get the chance to see a range of architectural styles, from Romantic facades to decorative Art Nouveau. The richness of fantasy in each facade – stone masks and mythical monsters. The famous Alberta Street with its facades and the delightful talent of the architect Michael Eisenstein will not leave you indifferent. The architecture of the Riga facades is included in the UNESCO list of architectural heritage. Having passed all our lines by bus, you will get acquainted with more than 80 sights of the city. Buses have 11 main and 16 additional stops along the entire route for easy viewing of the selected place. All tours feature pre-recorded commentary broadcast via headphones in 10 languages of your choice: Russian, Latvian, English, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Spanish, French, and Italian.

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3.9 / 5

based on 151 reviews

Very good, just a few words to say, they should put someone in control The queues, because we arrived 30m before and after that people don't respect anyone and we ended up being almost the last ones to enter. But the rest was excellent

Очень интересная экскурсия. Советую организаторам сказать заранее туристам, что есть 2 линии, синяя и красная и что можно использовать с тем же билетом обе линии

City tour with audio guide in Riga

Interesting informative city tour with audio guide. ATTENTION LAST BUS ALREADY DRIVES AT 4 PM

Very good to get around to all the sites worth seeing They also run frequently on time

A "worthwhile" offer. We recommend.

Very tourist-friendly, easy to use, comprehensive information