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Adult & University Sport Tours to Latvia

Riga is the largest and most cosmopolitan of all the Baltic capital cities and whatever you want from a sports tour, Latvia can deliver. Although still a fairly small city it's old town charm mixes well with the newer clubs, bars and shops. Bars and clubs in Riga are filled with the friendly locals who are always welcoming and will show you the meaning of hospitality with most places open until the early hours. We are experts in Baltic sports tours and can organise Riga rugby tours, football tours and hockey tours for teams of all abilities.

Your tour fixtures will be well-matched in your chosen sport as Latvians are very competitive but the games are played in good spirit and you should always make the most of the post-match hospitality offered by your opposition. At Tours 4 Sport we can also organise a great range of activities for you including paintball, club tours, karting, brewery tours and more.

If you want a sports tour with a difference then Riga is the ideal choice for a university sports team. The best times to tour are from May to September as the winter months are freezing but on the positive side of things you can always play snow rugby, ice hockey or ice cricket if you want!  

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“A great time was had by all thanks and everything went off without a hitch. The rugby club really put a lot of work into the tournament and it is well run. On Sunday evening they put on a big awards ceremony with live music and dancers plus a sit down meal - a great rugby atmosphere and a good night was had by all. I will have no hesitation in recommending either yourselves or the event.”

JR - Sevenoaks RFC U17

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