Meet recent but no less fascinating history by literally walking into the past. What could be better than exploring a legendary place hidden away from the general public for decades?
Naval Base of Liepāja has always been a special place. It was a closed territory until 1994. It takes up around 1/3 of the total area of the city of Liepāja. The port was a highly important military asset both during the years of Russian Empire and Soviet Union. It offers several interesting objects including the Northern Forts on the coast of the sea and the only military prison in Europe open for tourists.
Price: 40 euros
Price: 12 EUR per person
Register here: https://www.bezrindas.lv/
Discover Riga Central Market in a different light!
Take a look at the places where it is forbidden to enter.
Check out the underground tunnels of the Central Market and discover their criminal past. Find out what lies beneath the milk pavilion. Take a peek at the forgotten railway station on the roof of the market and see the landscape from above. Find out why the market made the people of the Old Town barricade their basements and arm street sweepers. Learn about the scandalous Central Market Beauty Contest, the results of which were hidden from the public and how the sparrow epidemic led to the most bizarre pest control solution.
Find out these and other fascinating stories during our tour at the Central Market.
Join us and let’s leaf through the amazing tale of the Central market.
PRICE: 12 EUR.
You can also pay for the tour in cash at our office.
The excursion is available in English and Latvian.
Let us meet at the Central Station clock to go together to the Central Market (NOT for shopping)
Tel: +371 27723615
Price: 7 EUR per person, ticket for 2 people included
Get your ticket here: http://www.bezrindas.lv/
Bunkers, warehouses, cannon batteries, torpedoes and other military objects from the times of Soviet Union, Nazi Germany, 1920s Latvia, Russian Empire and even Swedish times – the treasures of the fortification line in Mangaļsala can surprise anyone. Back in the day, the firepower at the mouth of river Daugava was so impressive that nobody dared to take Riga from the sea. Today, much of this impressive line of defense has survived and is visible in dunes and the adjoining forest. During the tour you will be able to get acquainted with these and other remnants of the times gone by, their functions and history. Discover the forgotten world here in Riga!
Duration is 5 hours.
in Latvian – 6th May.
In English – 20th May.
Price – 7 euros. If you come with another person, only one of you needs a ticket.
Meeting point: Bus stop of the 24th bus “Stāvvadu iela”.
If you start out from the bus stops on Merķeļa Street, it takes 55 minutes to get to the said starting point.
Visiting the Forest Cemetery of Riga is like leafing through a book where every page offers a fresh story with new characters. Sometimes the story is more like a comedy, sometimes a drama, but it is always interesting.
The Forest Cemetery was established in 1913 and took up the baton from the Great Cemetery of Riga as the main and the most prestigious final resting place in Riga. With time it grew to be the largest cemetery in Latvia, and the list of prominent people buried there does not seem to have an end. This is the last destination of presidents, ministers, generals, scandalous and controversial personalities, eccentric artists and victims of great tragedies. Thus the cemetery also offers a large amount of monuments in good condition several hundreds of which possess real artistic value.
We invite you to join the tour and meet the people who shaped an entire century for Latvia.
Guided tour in English
Price: 7 EUR per person.
It is possible to pay in cash at our office.
Tickets here: http://www.bezrindas.lv/
Meeting point at the entrance of Riga 1.Forest Cemetery, Aizsaules iela 2.