Riga is a fascinating city to explore, the historic centre of which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. That alone makes it an enticing draw for travellers looking for a slice of Europe that falls slightly off the beaten track. However, there’s much more to the Baltic capital than history. Architectural gems abound, including one of the world’s biggest collection of Art Nouveau buildings. Riga is also a city filled with museums, grand churches and unique neighbourhoods of bars, cafés, shops, and restaurants all worthy of exploration. If you’re packed and ready to go, here’s everything you need to know once you get to Riga.
Public transit is a good option for making your way to and from Riga International. The bus stop for Bus No. 22 is located opposite the terminal behind the car park P1 and the journey takes about 30 to 40 minutes.