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Major cities and airports in Latvia

  1. Riga – Riga International Airport
  2. Daugavpils – Daugavpils International Airport
  3. Liepaja – Liepaja International Airport

Time and Communication

Latvia is in the Eastern European Time (EET) zone, which is UTC+2, and observes daylight saving time, switching to Eastern European Summer Time (EEST) at UTC+3 during the summer months. Major mobile operators in Latvia include LMT, Tele2, and Bite. Cell phone coverage is generally good throughout the country, with some potential coverage gaps in rural areas.

Money and shopping

The official currency of Latvia is the Euro (EUR). The exchange rate varies, so it’s best to check current rates before traveling. Payments in other currencies are generally not accepted. Payment by bank cards is common throughout the country, and Visa and Mastercard are widely accepted, while American Express and Discover cards may not be accepted everywhere. Currency exchange offices usually operate during regular business hours, with some open late in urban areas.


Common means of transportation in Latvia include buses, trams, and taxis. Buses and trams provide an affordable and efficient way to travel within cities, while taxis are readily available in urban areas. Intercity travel is well-served by buses and trains, with regular connections between major cities.

Touristic attractions

  • Riga Old Town: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this historic area features well-preserved medieval architecture, museums, and the stunning Riga Cathedral.
  • Jurmala: A popular seaside resort town known for its beautiful beaches, wooden architecture, and vibrant nightlife.
  • Gauja National Park: Latvia’s largest national park, offering scenic hiking trails, caves, and historic castles, including the famous Turaida Castle.
  • Rundale Palace: An 18th-century Baroque palace with stunning gardens, once the summer residence of the Duke of Courland.
  • Kuldiga: A picturesque small town known for its well-preserved medieval architecture, the widest waterfall in Europe, and the annual naked runners’ race.
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