Riga Bicycle rental service have developed several bicycle routes that are offered free of charge to all our individual customers. The route maps include both very popular and well known sights and less renowned ones that are nonetheless equally significant. The bicycle routes have been put together in a way that enables anyone to complete them, and their total length does not exceed 30 kilometres.
The Brothers’ Cemetery is the largest memorial in Latvia dedicated to the fallen soldiers of World War I, created between 1915 and 1936. The landscape portion of the cemetery consists of three main components: the Road of Contemplation, the Heroes’ Terrace and the graveyard.
Riga is one of the few places in the world that has managed to preserve blocks of wooden buildings to the present day. In the 19th century, Riga was dubbed the wooden city with a stone heart (i.e., Old Riga).
Riga is called an art nouveau metropolis for a reason. Art nouveau, or Jugendstil, emerged in Latvia around 1900, and indeed a vast number of lavish specimens of art nouveau buildings can be found here. This is one of the major reasons why Riga is a World Heritage site.
The Riga Central Market remains one of the largest downtown marketplaces in Europe. It has also been designated as a cultural monument of national significance and, as it forms a portion of the old city, it is included in the register of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
You have the chance to book a bike tour and see the city sights accompanied by a tour guide, or you can hire a bicycle, pick one of our bicycle route maps and take in the attractions of Riga on your own.