How to go to Riga

Riga, the capital of Latvia, can be reached by several means of transportation. Here are some options:

    By plane: Riga International Airport is the largest airport in the Baltics, with direct flights to many cities in Europe and beyond. The airport is located just 10 kilometers from the city center, and can be reached by taxi, bus or airport shuttle.

    By train: Riga is well-connected by train to other cities in Latvia and neighboring countries. There are several daily trains from Vilnius and Tallinn, and overnight trains from Moscow and St. Petersburg.

    By bus: There are several international and local bus companies that offer connections to Riga, with frequent services from major cities in Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, and other nearby countries.

    By car: Riga can be reached by car from major cities in Europe, with several international highways connecting the city to neighboring countries.

    By ferry: Riga is connected by ferry to Stockholm and other cities in the Baltic region, with regular services from several ferry companies.

Once you arrive in Riga, there are several options for getting around the city, including public transportation (buses, trams, and trolleybuses), taxis, rental cars, and bicycles. The city center is relatively compact and can be explored on foot, while public transportation is a good option for traveling to more distant areas of the city.
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