Riga

Ziedoņdārzs Park

Hemmed in by a number of streets including Riga’s main artery Čaka iela, this park was created in the second half of the 1930s. Several old buildings were demolished to make room for this 6.4h plot of land that is now home to rows of linden trees, decorative hedges, pedestrian walkways, a fountain, a playground and a monument dedicated to writer Aleksandrs Čaks. Although you’ll see plenty of mothers and grannies pushing prams here during the day, it’s probably not the safest place to visit after dark.

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