Jūrmala and Rīga.

Section 101. Dubulti - Lielupe - Bulduri.

SEE Worth seeing

Art station "Dubulti"

The only modern art space in Europe installed in a currently functioning railway station. +371 29548719

Aspazija’s House

It includes an authentic early 20th century interior and household items, but also projected holograms and interactive educational games. +371 67769445

The former sanatorium Marienbāde

The first sanatorium in Jūrmala, built in 1870.

Majori

The central part of Jūrmala, beach with an illuminated walking path along the dunes.

The Sea Pavilion and the Turtle sculpture

At the beginning of 20th century, this Art Nouveau pavilion historically housed a restaurant and a prominent dance hall with a swing-floor. It is now a dwelling house.

The Emīlija Rācene Swimming Establishment

The building was erected at the beginning of the 20th century. It is now a dwelling house.

Jūras iela

Here you can see almost all of the architectural styles characteristic to Jūrmala, which are represented by 23 architectural monuments of national and local importance.

Jomas iela

Since 1987, it is a pedestrian street with most of the buildings being architectural monuments.

Jūrmala City Museum

Entrance is free. +371 67761915

Dzintari

Beach with a rich recreational infrastructure. Right behind the dunes you will find the legendary Dzintari Concert Hall where you can enjoy music concerts all year round.

Lielupe

One of the quietest beaches in Jūrmala; there is a nudist beach closer to the estuary of the Lielupe River.

NRagakāpa Nature Park

Ragakāpa Nature Park is a specially protected nature territory established in order to preserve the dunes covered with ancient pine forests and the biodiversity on the sea coast.

Jūrmala Open-Air Museum

The setting of a fishermen’s homestead in Jūrmala at the turn of the 20th century. Entrance to the museum is free of charge. +371 67754909

Yacht club "Jūrmala"

Here you can rent SUP boards and row boats to reach the White Dune located on the other bank of the Lielupe River. +371 29629947

Skulptūra "Aspazija kāpās"

Tā veltīta izcilajai latviešu dzejniecei un dramaturģei Aspazijai.