Today I’ve found you some lovely options for a flight to the stunning Latvian capital of Riga. The city is a Baltic region wonder and it’s nestled on the shores of the Daguba river. Riga is the largest city in the Baltic states and it’s definitely worth a visit. Thanks to these wonderful cheap flights I’ve found, that travel from three different airports around the UK, you can come and experience the wonder of this city. What’s even better, as these flights are all around Christmas time, you get to experience the magic of a Riga Christmas Market.

Cheap Return Flights to Riga

Thanks to my Flight Fare Finder, I found three amazing flights to get you to Riga in December 2017 and January 2018. These flights will get you to the city for up to four nights to enjoy the festive atmosphere and wonderful architecture. The flights are all return, and each price is per person:

The London and Manchester flights are both operated by Ryanair, while if you fly from Liverpool you will be travelling with Wizz Air.

Find a great hotel

Now that you’ve decided when to travel to Riga, time to find a nice hotel to stay in. Luckily TravelSupermarket has lots of options to give you a great night’s sleep. You can pick a hotel based on your needs, budget or distance from the city centre. No matter what you’re looking for, there will definitely be a hotel for you.

I found these great flights on my Flight Fare Finder and you can find some great hotels using TravelSupermarket.

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Book the Liverpool flights here! Find a great hotel here!


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