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Jomas Street

Jomas Street, Jurmala, Latvia
+371 67 147 900
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Jomas Street, Jurmala, Latvia
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1 - 10 of 121 reviews

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This street is very cute to stroll down. There are lots of little shops and restaurants along the way. We visited in November so it was quite cold but the street was still great. I imagine it's very busy in the summer.

Thank rocco11221
Reviewed 12 October 2017

It's the main hub of Jurmala. There are a variety of shops and cafes available plus some wooden huts selling goods. Some tat, some decent stuff. No hard sell. Favourite bit for me was some members of the older generation selling their produce - fruits,...More

Thank incite_wanderlust
Reviewed 10 October 2017

Jomas is the main drag through Jurmala. If you're taking the train from Riga, go all the way to the Majora stop and walk about 2 blocks to the street and then head north. Jomas is lined with cute shops and restaurants, a few are...More

Thank irinalapin
Reviewed 26 September 2017

This is THE street to walk on in Jurmala. Everything you could possibly want is on this street - shops, restaurants, cafes, bars, a casino.. Lots of places were closed mid-week when I was there in September. During the summer, I'm sure everything is open...More

Thank Ryjones
Reviewed 21 September 2017 via mobile

Not much to see or do in September. Free parking option at one end (Lienes street) of the Jomas street.

Thank Erx74
Reviewed 14 September 2017

We walked along the pedestrian mall, the shops quiet and pleasant, restaurants that seemed inviting (although we did not go in because we were not very hungry). We went into a number of souvenir shops, the prices as in any tourist area ... We ate...More

Thank Oded H
Reviewed 25 August 2017

What to say - great place to visit and spend your day with little shops ,cafes, restaurants, bars. Also very close to Beach and Turtle. Recommended

Thank Element8888
Reviewed 20 August 2017 via mobile

This street is awash with nice restaurants and touristy shops. It is also very close to the beach. So a perfect focal point for anyone holidaying in jurmala. The only down side for us was that we could only find one ATM at the far...More

Thank Ian Terence P
Reviewed 18 August 2017

Obviously very touristy, but nonetheless a nice stroll. At the end nearest the station there is a supermarket, so a good opportunity to get drinks etc cheap. The booths sell mostly tourist rubbish, and it tends to repeat, but there are still a few interesting...More

Thank simmondsi
Reviewed 14 August 2017

There is a lot of great restaurants and cafes but if you want to do some shopping other than souvenirs you should go some place else. There is a lot of amber jewelry shops if you want those. But the main thing is just to...More

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