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How to get to Mežaparks in Rīga by Bus, Light Rail or Cable Car?

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  • Which Bus lines stop near Mežaparks?

    These Bus lines stop near Mežaparks: 48, 9.

  • Which Light Rail lines stop near Mežaparks?

    These Light Rail lines stop near Mežaparks: 11.

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Public Transportation to Mežaparks in Rīga

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You can get to Mežaparks by Bus, Light Rail or Cable Car. These are the lines and routes that have stops nearby - Bus: 48, 9 Light Rail: 11

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Mežaparks, Rīga
Mežaparks, Rīga Mežaparks (German: Kaiserwald) is a neighbourhood of Northern District in Riga, the capital of Latvia. It's located on the western shore of Lake Ķīšezers. The name is literally translated as "forest park". The park was built in the early 20th century and was originally called Kaiserwald. It was one of the world's first garden cities. It had large number of Art Nouveau and Eclectic villas for upper class inhabitants of Riga. During the Second World War, the Kaiserwald concentration camp was located in this park, and many Jews, Gypsies, communists, and other opponents of Nazi rule were murdered in these woods. Today it is still one of the wealthier areas of Riga, the Mežaparks Great Bandstand hosts the Latvian Song and Dance Festival in early July every five years. Mežaparks is also host to the Riga Zoo and its lakeside locale allows for various water sporting activities. There is also an amusement park in Mežaparks, which makes the neighborhood a popular summer destination for Riga residents.
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