The pick-up service will be provided from Riga International Airport, Riga International Bus terminal, Riga Ferry terminal and  Riga Central Railway Station.

Driving 

Major highways connect Riga with Tallinn, St. Petersburg, Moscow, Kaunas, and Vilnius. Northern and southern road links have recently been modernised. The speed limit is 50 km/h in urban areas and 90 km/h on rural roads, unless marked otherwise. On some highways the speed limit is 100 km/h. Headlights must be switched on at all times.

By plane 

There are direct flights to Riga from more than 85 cities in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. Riga International Airport (www.riga-airport.com) is only ten kilometers southwest of the Riga city centre.

By train

Train connections to Riga are available from Moscow (twice daily), St. Petersburg (daily), and Pskov (daily), operated by the Latvian State Railway Company Latvijas Dzelzceļš (www.ldz.lv). The recently renovated Riga Central Railway Station is located at Stacijas Square, directly east of the Old Town border.

By ferry 

Ferry connections to Riga are available from Stockholm. The ferry terminal building is located at Eksporta iela 1, within walking distance of the Old City.

Bus connections to Riga

Riga Bus terminal is located about 0.9 km from the town centre, which is only a 11 minute walk.

Visas and invitations

We recommend you to contact the Latvian embassy in your country and ask for the conditions for entering Latvia.

Special invitations and letters might be necessary to process the visa applications at the Latvian embassy in your country. In these cases, please contactus in due time and also present any special content needed of the documents we must provide.