Riga Airport is 12 kilometers fromThe capital of Latvia and has the status of international air port. He ranked first in the Baltic States by passenger volume. "Air gates" of the city connects it with thirty countries and hundreds of cities around the world, including major aerouzly Russia. On the territory of the terminal is the largest museum of aviation in Europe.
How to get there?
Riga airport is connected with the town by severalpublic transport routes. With an interval of movement in 10 minutes to the terminal out of the center there is a bus number 22, and the trip itself takes just half an hour. Tickets can be purchased from the driver at the entrance and is worth about one and a half euros.
For the convenience of guests and passengers arriving inRiga Airport by car, on the territory of air station has several parking lots - one short and two long-term parking, within walking distance from the building. Each park is working around the clock, and also offers excellent service at a friendly price.
On the ground floor there is the airport terminalluggage storage, working around the clock, as well as a dressing room, where you can take the robe for the trip. The cost of one unit of baggage during the first eight clock is just one and a half euros. Luggage storage provides a very convenient service - storage unresolved for the carriage of small items where storage is one set and a half per day.
On the second floor is a rack packagebaggage where the suitcase or bag wrapped dense layer of special film that protects things from unexpected contamination or damage during transport.
Shops and Services
Stores are located in Riga airport asconventional, and duty-free shops DutyFree, located in the "sterile" zone, after customs control. In addition, in the terminal building operate bank branches, ATMs, currency exchange offices, as well as service TaxFree, carrying a VAT refund. Nearby are restaurants and cafes, ready to welcome guests and feed them delicious lunch or a light snack, to brighten up the waiting before boarding the flight.