The colourful city of Riga is an excellent destination to escape for a couple of days. It is a charming and vibrant little city where the locals will have you feeling like one of their own before you know it. I have found a brilliant deal on BravoFly and Travelbird for two people to jet off to this beautiful place for two nights this October. It is an extremely cheap city, so it won’t burn too big of a hole in your pockets. :)

2 Night Riga City Break Including 4* Hotel, Breakfast, Dinner, Bubbly, Fruits And Flights

Cheap doesn’t mean any quality is sacrificed. You will be situated in a super central and lavish four star hotel. The City Hotel Teater has a rating of 4/5 from 197 reviews on TripAdvisor and has also won a Travellers’ Choice Award for 2015. It was built in 1905 in a gorgeous Art Noveau style and still remains that way to this present day. It also has one of my favourite hotel features in Europe as it has a glass roof in the lobby to help you enjoy the beautiful, starry night sky. You will have a free breakfast to look forward to each morning, with an evening meal included for night and a bottle of bubbly with fruit for you to help get the mood going.

The city is becoming evermore modern with trendy restaurants and bars to enjoy during the course of your stay. It still sticks to its roots though, with places like the Old City Riga, Alberta Iela and St Peter’s Church Tower, retaining its authentic Latvian charm. There really is some stunning architecture all around the city, which your Riga city break gives you the chance to enjoy.

The flights for this deal have to be booked separately with BravoFly and will go between London Stansted and Riga Airport (19/10/2015 – 21/10/2015). They are with Ryanair and you can see the flight times pictured below. :)

Enjoy a colourful Riga City Break in 2015 with this amazing offer. Follow the links below to book your Riga city break today.

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