Jomas Street
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Mikael F
Helsinki, Finland
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022
This pedestrian street going through Majori has many shops, bars, cafes, restaurants, and hotels.

Also, many beautiful buildings can be found here, although Juras street has more of them.

For a tourist, everything you need is here. It is advisable to book your hotel near this street.
Written September 4, 2022
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1.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2021
Its really very bad expierance today, when is Easter holidays!!
Windows not cleaned after winter, no sign of some flower pots,just end of cigaretes..etc...

Interesting, where the money about Entrance in Jurmala city goes (2 eur from
each car) ???

Shame.
Written April 4, 2021
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witston
Newmarket, UK
2.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2023 • Solo
Wide pedestrianized street. Lots of people and lots of tourist restaurants. No quality shops. There are so many beautiful houses and streets in Jurmala. But nothing much at all worth seeing in Jomas Stret.
Written May 20, 2023
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Raimond
Pueblo, CO
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2013 • Couples
While Latvia was a hostage of the Soviet Union, Jūrmala was a favorite holiday-resort and tourist destination for high-level Communist Party officials, and sadly you can still hear those influences here. BUT I loved being here, it was a place. street/area I'd walk once or even twice a day, I just loved the get out and go...always something new and good to see....along Jomas Street for the best way to get acquainted with the rhythm/rhyme of the city...and the food,,,and Beir,,,,,,,now I'm hungry!!!
Written January 8, 2014
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2012
The pedestrian street Jomas is the place, where all the buzz is going on in Jurmala. Restaurants, cafes, SPAs are waiting for guests in all seasons, although only in July and August it gets really crowded.
Written September 7, 2012
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ZenHealer7
Asheville, NC
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2012
It is a pleasant pedestrian street to walk and spend an hour or so. But do not be surprised if you feel you are in Russia! Have a wonderful fruit cocktail or juice at the Cocktail Spa with very pleasant waitresses.
Written July 21, 2012
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Iveta K
Jurmala, Latvia
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2012 • Solo
Jurmala is quite a streched out town (32 km in length), so you cannot really hope to see it all. One has to start somewhere. And most tourists usually come to Majori (that's a district of Jurmala and train station as well). Jomas street is the principal walkers' street in Majori. In summer its filled with small shops, cafes and there are people everywhere. Jurmalas' tourist informations is also nearby. Jomas street gets much slower in winter, but still there is always some life on Jomas street. Most people there are not locals, but rather people from countries to the east of Latvia. The reasons why people from postsoviet regions come here every summer in such high numbers are explained in the Jurmala city museum (located on one of the side streets of Jomas iela - Tirgoņu street). In itself it is a small museum (entrance 1 lats), yet be sure to watch the interactive information on the history of Jurmala (especially the part on 1950's - 1980's). In itself Jomas street is nothing special - if you're interested in wooden architecture of Jurmala you would do wisely if you explored its sidestreets, The Dzintari concert hall is nearby, as are some museums and art studios. When you reach the end of Jomas street be sure to walk even further in the same direction until you reach the Dzintari Outdoor park - plenty to do for kids if the weather is nice, and they also have a stylish wooden tower with many viewing platforms for landscapes of Jurmala (you can see as far as the sea, the river and also high buildings in Riga)
Written January 15, 2012
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3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Family
You can spend a nice hour strolling down here, taking in one of the many many cafes and restaurants, having a nose around the tourist merchandise huts, fancy clothing shops, or simply watching the world go by. We heard a lot of Russian, Latvian (obviously), and French. The beach is just a 10 minute walk away, but if you have the energy, a wander down the side streets is far more curious - check out the quaint little wooden holiday homes, complete with gigantic Russian Mercedes cars parked out front. It's quite the contrast!

A curious peek into how to holiday, Baltic style.
Written May 21, 2018
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2Everita2
Ikskile, Latvia
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2018 • Family
In summer we queed in line for 20 min to get sandwich. In early spring we were walking for 20 min to find open snack house to get to eat something.
Written April 22, 2018
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Mika J
Lohja, Finland
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2017 • Couples
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 wonder around and enjoy relaxed atmosphere :)

+ there is a lot of toilets that cost 0,25cent that are clean etc.
Written August 15, 2017
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