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Price and Availability Index in Latvia
Vacation Rental Price Information in Latvia
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months in Latvia. Prices rise in July and reach an average of $85 a night (7/20 - 7/27), making it the most expensive time to book a rental in the next 12 months. Latvia is cheaper in a week of October (10/26 - 11/2), where prices are on average $65 a night.
Rental Availability Information in Latvia
Check out the graph above to find out how many accommodations are available in Latvia(in %). The most challenging week to find a rental in the next twelve months is in April (4/4 - 4/11). On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in August (8/31 - 9/7).
Vacation rentals in Latvia, a country of natural beauty and culture
In Latvia you can enjoy vacation rentals in iconic Art Nouveau buildings that define this gorgeous country. The capital, Riga, also features a range of well-preserved medieval architecture and is brilliantly placed for exploring the culture and surrounding natural beauty of this Northern European gem.
Discovering the rich cultural heritage of Latvia
Riga is an easily navigable city with brilliant public transport, where the trams, buses and trolleybuses are served by a unified e-ticketing system.The city’s Old Town will be of particular interest to you as a cultural visitor. It’s a gorgeous cobblestone area with beautiful traditional architecture and many of the city’s best restaurants.
The Wagner Concert Hall is also worth a visit if only to marvel at its gorgeous exterior. It features gilded door and window frames reminiscent of an era of luxury and artistic appreciation. It was frequented by the eponymous composer himself and hosts regular classical music performances.
The Latvian National Museum of Art and the historic Museum of the Occupation of Latvia are not to be missed. More eclectic are the Riga Motor Museum, with many classical vehicles on display, and the entertaining Riga Film Museum.
Dancing, bars and performances at night in Latvia
Riga is undoubtedly the cultural core of the country. As well as the Wagner Concert Hall, you can visit the Latvian National Opera and the Latvian National Symphonic Orchestra to further appreciate its classical music heritage.
Your vacation rental will also put you in one of Europe’s best cities for partying, should you enjoy late-night drinking and entertainment. Bars and clubs stay open very late into the night. They include the novel Karakums bar with its casual dining, TV lounge and dance floor, and the sophisticated Skyline Bar with the best view of Riga from the 26th floor. Pūce attracts the city’s young trendy crowd and has a great atmosphere at the weekend.
For a more relaxed evening out, enjoy the local Black Balsam liqueur at a traditional bar in Old Town such as Folkklubs or Café Leningrad.
Exploring the diverse geography of picturesque Latvia
Latvia is extraordinarily well served by a number of natural highlights which include national parks, forests and many stunning beaches. In summer, it enjoys excellent weather on the coast, and you’ll have access to unspoilt coastal beauty that stretches for miles.
The city of Jūrmala is noted for its water parks and proximity to excellent beaches. Ventspils and Saulkrasti are historic towns which also enjoy ideal coastal locations. Riga is also near the coast and has its own selection of great beaches to choose from.
Gauja National Park is located a short distance from Riga, making it an ideal destination when you book your vacation home. Ķemeri and Slītere are also popular national parks with vast nature reserves and forests to explore.
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