Radisson Blu Elizabete Hotel, Riga



Our enviable location only minutes from the scenic Daugava River and Old Town allows guests to walk to some of the city’s most popular attractions. Take a leisurely stroll to see a performance at the Latvian National Opera or to the House of Blackheads. For farther destinations, walk to the Central Train Station or take advantage of the city’s convenient bus and tram network.

Getting to Riga
By air: Visitors can fly to Riga from all major cities in Europe. Riga International Airport is located 11 kilometers from the city center.

By sea: Riga Port is connected to Stockholm, Sweden by a direct ferry line. The port is only 2 kilometers away from the hotel.

By road: Several national roads begin in Riga, and the Via Baltica, European route E67, crosses Riga from the south and north. The city is 300 kilometers from Tallinn, Estonia, and 260 kilometers from Vilnius, Lithuania.

By bus: Several international bus lines connect Riga with Denmark, France, Germany, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Belarus, Estonia and Lithuania. The Riga International Bus Station (or Autoosta) is a few hundred meters from the train station. Companies providing direct connection to Riga International Bus Station include Eurolines, Ecolines and Hansabuss.

By rail: Overnight trains with sleeper carriages link Riga with St. Petersburg and Moscow. The central train station (or Centrālā stacija) is in the very heart of the city, just a few minutes from Riga's Old City and the hotel.