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This was interesting, you can go in....be respectful, it is a church people. And YES. this is where the free walking tour meets!!! It is a great tour, the guide was wonderful and all for tips. Be kind....pay what you can afford....and what you think...More
I have been up there a number of times, but now we have competition from the new national library, Radisson BLU Latvia, the TV tower - and to be honest the tower is not the original, but was added in previous after the first was...More
We were delighted to attend a multinational English mass at 2 pm on a Sunday in St Peter's Riga. It was attended by a few hundred people of different English speaking nationalities and it was a very enjoyable and spiritual experience. The singing was also...More
Located about 100 metres from the City Hall Square, St Peter's Church is where the Free Walking Tours meet each morning. The church has a tower, with a lift to the top, which is 3 times the price of the cost of the lift to...More
St Peter's Church in Riga, with its tall Gothic brick vaults and 17th century Baroque porches, is in some ways more architecturally interesting than the Dome Cathedral.
Parts of the church date back to the 1200's, though it was damaged by fire in 1721. Today...More
We loved the temporary art exhibit - added much color to the large and impressive but dark interior. We didn't take the elevator to the tower - as noted elsewhere, the charge is rather steep (pun intended). Similar access to 4-5 other churches we visited...More
I'm not a Lutheran but I really found the simplicity of the church very calming and I spent quite a lot of time just sitting there. Of course, we went up the tower and say the great views of Riga but the timberwork inside is...More