Latvia’s Riga Airport is set to reopen after additional preventive measures at the Airport terminal are put in place in the wake of COVID-19.
From October till January, airBaltic will fly from Riga to Athens twice weekly.
Latvia’s airBaltic has just announced a cooperation with Etihad Airways to establish direct service between Riga and Abu Dhabi.
Daugavpils is the second largest city in the country, a postcard-pretty settlement surrounded by lakes and leafy parks, and an important cultural center.
Although Balttour 2017 still accepts signups, 60% of the exhibition space is already booked according to the official website. You may want to book your booth too, as the exhibition attracts hospitality pros from more than 40 countries, and in 2016 it gained the attention of more than 26 thousand travel enthusiasts (public), including 5.3 […]
For the first time ever, airBaltic has launched an Amsterdam – Tallinn route establishing direct links to all three Baltic capitals connecting the Dutch capital.
Beginning tomorrow, the ”Pegazs” Gallery’s next feature exhibition says “Happy 90th Birthday” to one of the greats of modern art in Latvia – Leo Kokle.
Low-cost airline Wizz Air has launched flights from Riga International Airport to Dortmund, Germany as of September 1. The Wednesday and Sunda flights will embark via “Airbus 320” aircraft, according to news from the airline.
Starting today, through September 14th, the Botanical Gardens of the University of Latvia presents an orchid extravaganza. The festival of florals will feature the tilandsia and several other exotic plants, visitors who admire nature’s most beautiful plants will enjoy.
U.S. rock stars Kings of Leon are slated to perform at the Mezaparks Open-air Stadium on June 25 in Riga.
Later this month, March 22 onwards that is, Latvians will be able to visit the United Arab Emirates without visa restrictions. This, according to the Foreign Ministry’s Press and Information Division.
According to Post Office Travel Money’s Christmas Market Barometer 2013, Budapest (Hungary) and Riga (Latvia) are the best value destinations for a festive city break.