How to travel to Latvia
Riga International Airport (RIX)
Riga International Bus Station
Travelling to the city centre from the airport
(Airport–Rīga City Centre–Airport)
A one-way ticket costs 2 EUR. It can be purchased from the bus driver or at a Narvesen newsstand.
It costs approximately 15–20 EUR to travel from the airport to the city centre. Although there are many taxi companies that provide their services at the airport, we recommend that you choose Baltic Taxi or Red Cab.
- Baltic Taxi (green cars)
Phone: +371 20008500
- Red Cab (red cars)
Phone: +371 60008383
Public transportation in Rīga
The main provider of public transportation in Rīga is Rīgas Satiksme LLC. The company runs busses, trolleybuses and trams on more than 80 routes that cover the entire city. All public transport types have strict timetables (usually from 5:00 to 0:00) and, unless anything extraordinary happens, are highly reliable. Timetables can be found at each public transport stop as well on Rīgas Satiksme’s homepage.
We suggest that you purchase tickets for a certain number of trips or a timed, week-long ticket that is valid for 5 consecutive business days on all routes. More information about the public transportation tickets.
First choice options
Directions to / from conference venues (public transport)
|Riga Islande Hotel|
E-mail reservationislandehotel[pnkts]lv to book a single (36 EUR) / double (39 EUR) / superior room (46 EUR) indicating your first and last name, arrival and departure dates; to enjoy a special rate, please provide the following passwordRSUResearchWeek
|Radisson Blu Daugava|
|Bellevue Park Hotel Riga|
|Park Inn by Radisson Riga Valdemara|
|Old Town / City Centre||(from the tram stop 'Grēcinieku iela')|
Conference organisers will prepare an invitation letter upon request, but will take no responsibility for obtaining official invitation letters from the Immigration Office.