Travel to Latvia

Travel to Latvia?

Latvia receives a high number of tourists from all across the globe as well as from within the country

CurrencyEuro * CapitalRiga * Population: 1,900,000 * Calling code+371

Buying a SIM card in Latvia

Local SIM Cards – Currently, in 2023, there are four major mobile phone providers in Latvia: Latvijas Mobilais Telefons (LMT), Telia Latvija, Bite Latvija, and Riga Stradins University (RSU).

Starter SIM card packs and recharges are available at their shops, newsstands, kiosks, filling stations, supermarkets and other places. You don’t need to show an ID or do any registration to get a Latvian SIM card.

The average price of a sim card in Latvia is approximately 5-10 EUR, and this usually includes a set amount of data and call minutes.

When purchasing a sim card, it is recommended to avoid buying an expensive one at the airport or in the last minute, as prices tend to be higher and you may be limited in your options.  Travel to Latvia? 

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Check out  Latvia eSIM deals:
1 GB With no expiration =  €2.21
3 GB With no expiration =  €6.44
5 GB With no expiration = €10.40
10 GB With no expiration = €19.89
Choose between daily, monthly or plans with no expiration here. 

In terms of plugs, Latvia uses Type C (Europlug) and Type F (Schuko) plugs, which are common in Europe. Buy it here.

Latvia tourism

Veiled under picturesque parkland, this Baltic state is somewhere worth getting lost in. Latvia’s unspoilt coastline stretches over 500 km and is sprinkled with soft, sandy beaches. Its cosmopolitan capital Riga holds more than 800 years of history within its cobblestoned Old Town. It’s this ancient core of Riga which is most enticing to explore. Home to an abundance of architectural gems including medieval-era craftsmen and artist houses. Head to St. Peter’s Church tower and you’ll enjoy a stunning view of the city from 72 metres high. The streets are also lined with art galleries, heritage museums and a number of bars which burst into life as night descends on the narrow lanes. Latvia’s characterful coast is surprisingly diverse, with sand dunes, steep cliffs and stunning rock formations lining the shores. Beautifully desolate Cape Kolka sits within Slitere National Park; as well as having a wonderful beach, it’s the only spot in Latvia where you can watch the sun rise and set into the horizon over the Baltic Sea. From Old Town hotels set in former horse stables to beachfront resorts and rural country houses, Latvia has accommodations to suit all needs.

There are approximately 1,000 hotels in Latvia, with a range of options from budget to luxury. The average price of a hotel room in Latvia is around 60-70 EUR per night.

The largest hotel chain in Latvia is Radisson Blu Hotels, with several properties located in the capital city of Riga. Other popular hotel chains in Latvia include the Hilton, Maritim, and Best Western.

Latvia’s main airline is airBaltic, which offers flights to destinations within Europe, as well as several destinations in the Middle East, Russia, and Ukraine. Other airlines operating in Latvia include Ryanair, Wizz Air, and Lufthansa.

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