Riga International Airport

Everything you need to know before departing from or arriving to Riga Airport

Services at Riga Airport

Krystof Hajek updated 11. 3. 2024

Find out what services and facilities are available at Riga Airport. Where is the best place to eat and where to shop?

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Internet and wi-fi

Unlimited free wi-fi is available throughout the airport.

If you use an EU sim card, you can make calls and use data in Latvia for the same prices as in your home country.

Otherwise, get a data e-sim quickly and easily on the web airalo.com.

Shops and minimarkets

Narvessen minimarkets, where you can buy sandwiches, drinks and other snacks, are located throughout the airport. In the public area of the arrivals hall, Narvessen is open 5:00-23:00, with branches behind security open on a scheduled basis.

There is also a pharmacy in the public area near the check-in desks, open 5:00-23:00.

Other shops are available after security and include several duty free shops, fashion (Victoria's Secret), souvenir or cosmetics shops.

A full list of shops is available on the airport website at riga-airport.com/en/shops.


Restaurants and cafes are mainly behind security, but you will also come across a few small cafes in the public area.

Count on smaller cafes or bageterias in particular. There are no classic restaurants or fast-food outlets at Riga Airport. The vast majority of restaurants have opening hours that cover the entire flight.

A list of all restaurants can be found at riga-airport.com/en/cafes.

Luggage storage

Baggage storage can be found in the main arrivals area in Sector E. You will pay a fee for the whole day 5 eur.

Drinking water

Complimentary drinking water dispensers, which allow you to fill an empty bottle, are located in several locations behind security.


ATMs from regular banks are located near the arrival and departure gates.

Visitor Centre

The Visitor Information Centre, located in the public area of Concourse E, provides information, as well as the ability to print or scan boarding passes or other important documents.

It is open 24/7.

Krystof Hajek

Krystof is the editor-in-chief of Cestee. He is also an avid traveller with 574 flights and 73 countries visited.

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