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Just 0,40 LVL and you can go from the Centre to another Riga's district.The map with trams routs is in every trams first wagon.
You can buy ticket inside of the first tram's vagon. It will cost 0,50 LVL. Tickets sells tram driver. The best way for tickets buying - is in Narvessen or Rimi shop. You can buy many tickets and use them when necessary. Don't forget to put ticket in speciall yellow box inside each wagon.
List of trams you will see lower.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Longer haul bus tickets are sold at the Eurolines office although I think I saw a few people buying on the bus. It's probably best to reserve ahead in the summer months if you can.
The fare from Riga to Vilnius was 7 lv, 14 lv round trip. No extra charge for luggage.
The buses were reasonably comfortable and the bus made one stop in each direction for a bathroom/snack break. The entire journey was around 4 1/2 hours.
The bus goes through passport control and a guard comes on board. US passports are stamped so they do take them from you.
Updated Feb 17, 2011
Just 0,20 LVL and you can go from the Centre to another Riga's district.The map with trams routs is in every trams first wagon.
You can buy ticket inside each tram's vagon. Tickets sells special person, usualy he (or she) is in the middle of the vagon
Written Aug 10, 2006
We went to buy traintickets from Riga to Jurmala (nice old town by beach less than 40km away)and asked to return tickets.When they said that the price was 1,10lati,we tought that they are giving only one ticket and one way,but not!It WAS two return-tickets!Must say,that the train was little oldish,but o.k.Seats were wooden,but in such heat it was o.k.Temperature was around +35c during our stay in July.It took an hour to get to Jurmala,but it was o.k.Alltough in such hot day,everybody were going to Jurmala-beatch,so we were lucky to get to train early enough to sit down.Train leaves every 30minutes.
Written Jul 26, 2006
Buses are VERY cheap,and quite new(at least that ones,that we went now.Two years ago those where quite old).We went to Riga Motormuseum by bus.It cost´s 0,20 lati!People were so helpful-at the end,the whole bus was helping us to find the place!Some in English,most in Latvian and with hands..
Written Jul 26, 2006
There are 4 public transports in Riga: trams, trolleybusses, busses and minibusses. Ticket's price in trams, trolleybusses and busses is 0,20LVL (0,14EUR). Mostly in all this transports is special person: ticket seller to whom you have to give money. Normally this tickets seller seat in the middle of trasport in lace with title "Konduktora vieta".
In some trolleybusses and busses tickets sells drivers, usualy in front of this transport is title "Vaditajs - konduktors". Tickets in minibusses are more expensive, you will spend 0,25 LVL (0,175EUR) or 0,50LVL (0,35EUR) and tickets seller there always driver.
Written Mar 31, 2006
Direct flights to the Riga International Airport are available from: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Copenhagen, Cologne, Dublin, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hamburg, Helsinki, Istanbul, Kiev, London, Manchester, Milan, Minsk, Moscow, Munich, New York, Oslo, Prague, Rome, Stockholm, St. Petersburg, Stuttgart, Tallinn, Tampere, Tashkent, Tel Aviv, Vienna, Vilnius and Warsaw.
The Riga International Airport
The airport is located 13 kilometres from the city
Bus No.22, which leaves from Abrenes Street, has direct services between the airport and the city centre. You will get out straight at the terminal on the 2nd level. To get on the bus at the airport look for bus stop located opposite the terminal behind the car park.
Written Mar 18, 2006
Riga Central Railway Terminal (RCRT) was recently opened after a substantial renovation carried out by a Norwegian company 'Linstow Varner'.
Previously Riga Terminal looked very much like other terminals in the former Soviet Union: huge, cold and grey.
After renovation it has become again one of most up-to-date railway terminals in the Northern Europe. Now, after a major reconstrucion, RCRT has became a modern and cosy place providing the whole spectrum of services for tourists and local travellers. There are small coffee shops, bakeries, newspaper kiosks, currency exchange, food store and a number of other things that make Riga Terminal a nice and attractive place where people want to return over and over again.
Schedule of Latvia's passenger train communication:
Updated Jul 24, 2005
Riga Airport is the only airport around the capital of Latvia. It is distanced 13 km away from Downtown and 10 km away from Jurmala.
Every 25 minutes a public express bus No 22a drops off the airport and reaches the heart of Riga. The ride takes approximately 20 minutes and the ticket fare is 0,25 Ls (about 0,37 Euro).
Once every half an hour, starting from 05:50 a.m. to 11:15 p.m., a regular shuttle bus No 22 drops off the airport for Riga. The ride takes approximately 30-35 minutes and the ticket fare is 0,20 Ls (about 0,30 Euro).
Taking a taxi cab to Downtown Riga is 5-7 Lats (about 8-11 Euro).
Written Dec 8, 2004
The television torn is one of the highest in Eastern Europe. The better view of the Television torn is from the ship. You can have 1 hour excursion by ship. There are many ships in the coast of Daugava. Just come and chose what ship and what water trip you want. Prices from 2 till 5 Ls.
Written Aug 10, 2004
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