Jūrmala and Rīga.

Section 23. Bulduri - Riga City Center.

SEE Worth seeing


A 19th century Lutheran church is located nearby. When coming from the beach, the road leads you through a prestigious residential area with historical and modern buildings. You can visit the exhibition halls in the Jūrmala Artists’ House.

The Līvu akvaparks water park

One of the biggest water parks in Northern Europe. +371 67147240

NThe White Dune

A 15-17 m high dune outcrop formed in the middle of the 18th century on the right bank of the Lielupe River near the Buļļupe River.

The Bolderāja Dune

The biggest dune ridge in Pārdaugava (the West bank of the Daugava River).

A Memorial site to the 8th Daugavpils Infantry Regiment

Regiment in honor of the soldiers that fell in the Latvian War of Independence in 1919.

The Lāčupe Cemetery

or Lācars Cemetery was opened at the end of the 19th century.

The Nordeķi Manor

One of the most exceptional baroque style wooden buildings in Riga that was first documented in the 16th century.


The highest hill in Riga situated 28 m above sea level.

The territory of the historic Zunda Village

is located between Daugavgrīvas iela and the Zunda Canal. The biggest and the most ancient settlement of the area since the 17th century.

Vanšu (Cable-stayed) Bridge

It is 560 m long with a 312 m steel span and one load bearing pylon made out of reinforced concrete. Opened in 1981.

The Railway Museum

Here you can find out how the train movement is controlled and how different devices work, as well as take a look at different locomotives and railcars.

The Latvian National Library (LNL)

The building was opened to visitors in 2014 and the people have renamed it the Castle of Light, referring to the poem written by the Latvian poet Auseklis (1850-1879) that stands for a repository of wisdom. The idea underlying the exterior of the building stems from the play The Golden Horse written by Rainis (1865-1929) where the author depicts a glass mountain with a sleeping princess and only the pure-minded Antiņš can ride up the hill and wake the princess.

The Stone Bridge

A 503.12 m long granite and metal bridge connecting Pārdaugava on the West bank of the Daugava River and Riga Old Town on the East bank.

Town Hall Square

In Medieval times, it was the central square of the town and the economic and administrative center of the town until the 19th century. The square was destroyed during World War II. In 2003, Town Hall Square was fully rebuilt, as well as the House of the Blackheads and the statue of Roland. Next to it, there is a Soviet-style building erected in 1970 that housed the Museum of the Occupation of Latvia; during its renovation the museum’s exhibits can be found on Raiņa Boulevard.