It was very interesting walk through the old bath town of Jurmala with a loz of coffeee shops, restaurants and locals selling gifts, mushrooms, honey etc
Even in the grey September weather it is most pleasant town centre in Jurmala to have a stroll and enjoy fresh air. It leads directly from station to the sea so can be a good pick for a leasurly walk or a jog. Shops and restaurants are open all year round.
if you are looking for a main street so Jomas is the one. full of shops and cafes. Super touristic, but has nice typical houses. i wouldnt want to went there on a peak season :)))
This is the main road in Jurmala effectively linking Dzintari and Majorri. Attractive thoroughfare which is pedestrianised making it a nice walk with some attractive buildings. There are also many restaurants and bars and whilst these vary in quality and price you will be sure to find something. What is most disappointing however is the quality and range of shopping.... 更多
Pedestrian all along, the country house a pedestrian-facing restaurants, coffee shop or stall tourists. Commodity prices are very high. Nicely paved pedestrian paving stone and mostly well-ventilated store. This area is considered the most prestigious in Jurmala. To the west you can easily reach the beach To the west you can easily reach the railway stations and river shore.
You'll find restaurants, shops, pharmacies, coffee, bubble tea, ice cream, hotels, spas, tourist vendors, and even the occasional grandma selling berries here. If it's in Jurmula / Latvia, it's here.
Main street in this town. A lot of nice coffee shops , bars , hotels and restaurants. Its nice to walk there at summer . Small local market is also opened at the day time. But there is nothing to do when its not season...