Riga, the capital of Latvia, was officially founded in 1201 
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About Riga

About Riga


Riga, the capital of Latvia
, was officially founded in 1201. Riga is divided into six administrative districts: Centra, Kurzeme, Ziemeļu, Latgale, Vidzeme and Zemgale districts.

Riga is located along the Baltic Sea at the southern coast of the Gulf of Riga, on the Rigava coastal plain. The historical core of Riga is situated on the right bank of the Daugava River, about 10 kilometers from where the Daugava flows into the Gulf of Riga. The natural terrain of this area is a flat and sandy plain, about 1 to 10 meters above the sea level.

Climate in Riga is influenced by its proximity to the sea; therefore it is moderately warm and humid. Summers are comparatively cool and cloudy (average temperature in July +16.9 C; average precipitation (rainfall) – 85 mm). Winters are comparatively warm with frequent thaws (average temperature in January – 4,7 C, thaw days are about 10 days a month). Snow cover forms in the middle of December and remain through the middle of March. About 40% of the days in a year are cloudy (overcast), average precipitation – 700-720 mm a year.



Brochures about Riga, information, pictures and maps

  • 10 reasons why to visit Riga
  • Schematic Map of the Old Town
  • RIGA - 2009 (Tourism Manual)
  • Old Town Map
  • Sights in the Old Town
  • Sights out of the Old Town
  • Riga Center Map
  • Riga Map
  • Tourism Map
  • Brick Gothic in Riga
  • Riga for children
  • Opportunities for active recreation in Riga


  • This information provide www.Rigatourism.com - official Riga Tourism Coordination and Information center