Port of Riga

Land Transport and Travel To and From Port Riga
(Riga, Riga, Latvia)

Riga is well-connected to greater Latvia via a good network of roads.

Passengers seeking rail connections may be somewhat disappointed as the infrastructure and facilities are still being developed.

Travel by Bus and Shuttles

Visitors will find a comprehensive bus network in Latvia for both domestic and international travel. Eurolines runs services to several central and eastern European destinations, with some routes heading into Scandinavia as well. The journey to Estonian Tallinn takes six hours.

Car Hire and Road Travel

The north-south roadway, Via Baltica, runs from Tallinn to Warsaw with an access to Riga on the way. The ferry terminal can be reached via Elksporta A-3 just outside the centre of the town.

Car hire is available in the town of Riga and hire companies will arrange to meet you with a vehicle at the port. While several companies are represented at Riga, the most reliable means of securing a car is by booking online and in advance. One comprehensive service offers the most competitive deals from various companies.

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Trains and Rail Travel

The rail network is still developing. Currently, connections can be made to St Petersburg and Moscow, as well as to other regions of Latvia.

Car Parking

The port of Riga's parking facilities can accommodate up to 200 cars and 100 cargo trailers. Parking options include both short-term and long-term offerings, with specially designated parking spaces for the disabled.

Travel by Taxis

Taxis are the most convenient means of transport through the town and they can be hired from the exit of the passenger terminal. Transport can be arranged to any number of local destinations as well as many out of town areas.

Riga Port

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