By air. Traveling
by plane, you will arrive in Riga International Airport - the largest
and busiest airport in the Baltic States. The international designation
of Riga Airport is RIX. The airport is situated only 10 km away from the
capital of Latvia - Riga.
For additional information see www.riga-airport.com
By bus. Riga International Bus Station is situated in the city centre. There are several international bus lines connecting Riga with cities both in Western and Eastern Europe. The main international bus companies are Eurolines and Ecolines.
See www.ecolines.lv, www.eurolines.lv
By car. You can drive to Latvia from Estonia, Lithuania, Russia, Belarus, or by the ferry from Nynäshamn and Stockholm, Sweden or Travemünde, Germany.
By sea. There are 11 harbors at the seacoast of Latvia with intensive ferry traffic. The largest passenger ports are located in Riga, Ventspils and Liepaja, where modern infrastructure renders services to the passengers at the highest quality standards. The Riga ferry terminal lies less than 1 km north of Old Town.
From Riga there are following ferry lines available:
Riga – Stockholm (Sweden) – Riga - www.tallink.lv
Riga – Lubeck (Germany) – Riga - www.aveline.lv
Passenger ferries are available also from other cities in Latvia:
Liepaja - Traveminde (Germany) - Liepaja
Ventspils - Nīneshamne - Ventspils