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Lienes 5 (TIC Majori), 2015 Jurmala


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MO - SU:

09:00 - 17:00

Public holidays:

09:00 - 17:00

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Sixt rent a car in Jurmala

Sixt car rental welcomes you in Jurmala - city by the Gulf of Riga stretching along 26 km of coastline with modern relaxation and resort facilities. Only 25 km from Latvian capital city Riga and 15 km from Riga International Airport well known for its white sand beach, wooden architecture, pine trees, mineral waters and mild climate. It has become the largest resort area in the Baltics as well as a popular location for international conferences and meetings. Jurmala is Jurmala is divided into 14 residential areas - Priedaine, Lielupe, Bulduri, Dzintari, Majori, Dubulti, Jaundubulti, Pumpuri, MelluzEi, Asari, Vaivari, Sloka, Jaun Kemeri and Kemeri. The city's beaches are its largest draw. Majori and Jaunkemeri beaches have received the Blue Flag, which means they are clean, safe and well-maintained.


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Not far from Jurmala, the most popular resort in the Baltic Region, Kmeri National Park is located. The unique Kemeri Moorland, various ecosystems, springs of mineral and curative waters - an excellent opportunity for enjoying wild nature and getting acquainted with the bog ecosystem. Visit Dzintari Concert Hall - the place where every summer season the audience can enjoy more than 100 concerts! It`s a main concert hall in Jurmala, one of the first open concert halls in Latvia. High quality acoustics and construction. The open side walls allow the hall to melt into the landscape of Jurmala's sand dunes. Annual festivals of jazz and classical music, the international humor festival, the festival of ballet stars and the international festival of classical music have become tradition. The concert program is created to suit all tastes and all age groups, representing all genres from folklore and classical music to rock and pop.