By air: Riga International Airport is located 13 kilometres from the city centre. To get into Riga, take the no 22 bus which should take about 30 minutes, or hop in a taxi which should take around 15 minutes.
By train: Trains from a wide range of Latvian and European destinations arrive at Riga’s central train station at Stacijas Square.
By bus: Riga’s main bus station is located on Pragas Street and services from across Latvia as well as some European destinations terminate here. Many of these routes are operated by Eurolines.
On foot: A large number of attractions are concentrated around Riga’s Vecriga (old town) and can be reached on foot.
By tram or trolleybus: Trams run on 11 routes across the city, while the trolleybus network encompasses 20 routes. Services operate daily from 5.30am to 11.30pm.
By taxi: Taxis are a quick and relatively cheap way of getting around Riga and can be picked up throughout the city.