St. Saviour's Church Riga is well worth visiting when you are in Riga site seeing or part of a tour.
This Anglican church is located on the north of Riga old town and it is close to Riga castle and Daugava River banks.
Small Neo-Gothic church built in 1857 situated close to the river. Anglikanu iela 2a. Not worth a special visit.
This nineteenth century Anglican church does not have much to offer. Historically it is relatively new and also from architecture point of view it does not offer much. It only deserves a look if one is near.
Don’t make a special visit as just another church in Riga get a photo and pop you head round the door if open worth a quick look but that’s all.
Was wandering around the streets in Riga and a lady overhead our groups' conversation and invited us in. She even introduced a bit about the church itself-bits a British Anglican Church and the British brought their own soil and bricks over to build this! We...More
Located near the river and the castle, this is a small church which is quite attractive. In comparison with the larger more famous churches this one is not particularly special but is nice enough to justify a quick stop enroute to somewhere else.