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Getting to Latvia

Latvia is easy to reach to travellers from both West and East. Choose what transport suits you best – a plane, train, bus, car, or a ferry across the Baltic Sea.

Travelling to Riga by aircraft is easy and fast – there are direct flights to Riga provided by airports in European capitals and business hubs, as well as from Russia, Israel, Turkey, etc. Or you can take a bus – there are buses travelling to Latvia from European countries, Russia, and Belarus.

Travellers from Russia and Belarus can also reach Latvia by train. Finally, ferries sail to Latvia over the Baltic Sea.

Whether you travel alone, with your family or friends, be it for business or pleasure, there is always a solution best suited for you.

Flights to Riga
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Flights to Riga

Riga International Airport is the largest airport in the Baltics. The largest number of direct flights is offered to Riga from destinations...
Ferry to Latvia
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Ferry to Latvia

Latvia’s largest ports are in Riga, Ventspils and Liepāja. They cater for regular ferry traffic from cities in Sweden and Germany.
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Driving to Latvia

Latvia has land borders with Estonia, Lithuania, Russia and Belarus. From Sweden and Germany travellers by car can take the ferry, thereby...
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Bus to Riga

You can conveniently travel to Latvia on a long-distance bus as the country has land borders with Lithuania, Estonia, Russia and Belarus.
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Trains to Riga

From destinations in neighbouring countries Latvia is easily reachable by train.
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