Traveling by Plane
Most tourists fly to Riga. The Riga International Airport – the largest in the Baltic States, is less than 10km away from the city centre. Refurnished in 2001, the airport connects to around 80 cities and 30 countries and terminal that process both Schengen and non-Schengen arrivals.
The main carriers with connections to Riga is AirBaltic
These airlines also have a connection to Riga International Airport.
Aeroflot, Aerosvit, Belavia, Czech Airlines, Finnair, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Ryanair, Sun d’Or International Airlines TAROM, Transaero Airlines, Turkish Airways, UTair Aviation, Uzbekistan Airways and Wizz Air.
Traveling by Rail
The Rain Europe service offers connections between Riga and most European city. Although a change in Vilnuis would be required for journeys to Western European cities.
Traveling by Bus
It is also possible to get to Riga by coach or bus with Ecolines and then Eurolines being the most popular companies providing this service.
Traveling by Ferry
The main Ferry Company operating on the Baltic Sea connecting Riga with Stockholm is Tallink Silja Line. The second operator Baltours connects Riga to the German city Travemunde (Lübeck).