Riga and Kraków have a lot in common. Each of the two cities has a multicoloured history by which they have been shaped. They both have beautiful old towns, entered on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
While visiting Riga, you can sense the rich yet difficult history of the Latvian capital. You only need 2-3 days to explore the city, so it is perfect for a short weekend break. Most of the attractions are within walking distance of one another, so you don’t have to worry about renting a car while there. Riga is famous mainly for its beautiful Art Nouveau architecture, which came into being at the time of the city’s rapid development in the late 19th and early 20th century. The biggest concentration of historic buildings is found along Albert Street, and the whole area is called the Art Nouveau Quarter.
“Riga, the charming and mysterious capital of Latvia with its old town is entered on the UNESCO World Heritage List and can be a true discovery for Polish visitors. We are confident that Latvian travellers too will find amazing places in Kraków and Małopolska to spend even a short autumn-winter holiday” said Radosław Włoszek, President of the Management Board of Kraków Airport
The new Ryanair connection will be available to passengers twice a week, on Thursdays and Sundays.