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Jomas Street, Jurmala

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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3.7/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web
Walk, dine, and shop at Jomas Street, a pedestrian street named after "jomas"--Latvian for sand waves. As you stroll along, you'll see old, wooden cottages and Art Nouveau buildings that now are cafes, restaurants, and shops. The street is the center of Jurmala beach resort, a former favorite holiday destination for Soviet leaders. For a bit more culture, stop by the information center and the cultural center. Add Jomas Street and other attractions to your Jurmala trip itinerary using our Jurmala trip generator.
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  • 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 
  • Interesting lot pedestrian street with shops and restaurants. Unhurried, intimate. With a length of about 1 km. I have the impression that this is one of the busiest streets of Jurmala. Many colors on weekends any concerts, grandmothers selling knitwear and berries from the garden for a sky-high price, children, perepačkannye ice cream. And all the talk in Russian
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  • 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 ...  read more »
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