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The public transport system, in Riga, is relatively cheap so we opted for a train trip to Jurmala as it was recommended to us. The time of year did make a difference, to the atmosphere of the town, but I must admit that it was...More
Even today on a quiet overcast day, the street was buzzing with tourists flocking down Jomas street and heading to the beach.
It's clearly marketed to tourists and the clothing and gift shops are grossly overpriced.
Lovely and clean though and a nice walk.
This is the main thoroughfare that leads from Midori station all the way down to the beach. It's a pedestrianised walkway so there are no worries re traffic and it is lined with shops and restaurants of all descriptions vying for business. You will also...More
This was a peaceful street to stroll during our afternoon in Jurmala. Pretty much what you'd expect in a beach town, lots of shops and restaurants. The street was clean and we were able to find lots of nice souvenirs to take home to the...More
Hello to all visitors of our nice seaside town! Usually tourists are advised to visit Majori, where the main street - Jomas street - is located and all social events take place. I would like to write a few words about the part of Jurmala, where I grew up and has lived for many years. "Village" (railway station) of Lielupe. Located 19 km. from Riga, the territory lying between the sea and the estuary of the Lielupe river. Used to be named Bulli, being situated on the land of the...More
May 20, 2009|
Jomas Street (4 Replies)
I am travelling to Riga in October 2018 and intend taking the train to Jurmala on the Sunday, are shops, restaurants open in Jurmala on Sundays. Thanking you
July 28, 2018|
It is not so much Sunday more the time of the year due to which many businesses will be closed. But some places stay open all year round. There are not many people in Jūrmala in autumn and winter. And not that many locals either as the posh villas are owned by mainly rich Russians who together with a property have bought residence permit in the EU and only come to Jurmala in summer. But the sea will be there, if the weather is ok, it is not a bad place for a stroll around the posh streets and...More