Riga is the capital city of Latvia and is one of the most colourful, vibrant, quaint cities you’ll see! I personally loved exploring Riga, as it wasn’t AS touristy as many other European cities, and prices were very reasonable. So, you’re planning a weekend away to Riga and wondering what the damage will be to your wallet? Keep reading to find a breakdown of prices, as well as a total cost of a whole weekend in away in Riga, Latvia (based on a trip in March 2020).
The following prices are based on a weekend away in Riga, in March 2020. Prices are subject to change over time and also dependent on different seasons. Included in the prices below are our flights, hotel stay, bus rides, food, drinks, souvenirs and admission to attractions.
Total cost of our weekend away was PER PERSON is £130.
I hope this helps you plan your trip to Riga, and if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask me in the comments!
As always, love Elise x
4 thoughts on “How Much Does a Weekend in Riga Cost?”
Wow, great post and fantastic photos! I hope you had an amazing time exploring my home town. There are still many people who doesn’t even know where Latvia is, so it’s always great to see blog posts about it. Thanks for sharing and have a good day 😀 Aiva
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Thank you for your kind words! Latvia is beautiful and I hope to explore more of it one day. I hope more people discover this country and add it to their bucket lists – it really is lovely. Have a lovely day!
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Thank your for inspiring our wanderlust Elise. We were planning to explore streets of Riga in October, although now we are not sure if it is a good idea. If not, next year we will definitely visit this unique country. We are surprised how affordable your trip was (hope it will be the same next year). Take care, Martina.
Oh I’m so glad you like it. It’s been a crazy year hasn’t it? Such a shame that you couldn’t go, but I hope you manage to in 2021. It’s definitely affordable, which is why I wanted to share this post and encourage people to visit. It’s generally a lot less-touristy than many other European cities, which makes it a really lovely place to explore. Fingers crossed you can visit soon!