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Riga In Your Pocket - Kids' Riga

Want to schmooze with captains of local industry or have your ambassador issue you a new passport? Need to buy aspirin for your headache, visit a doctor or dentist, find a locksmith or get directions to the closest bowling alley? Read on.

Business

New in town? Looking for help starting a business or finding investments? Want to schmooze with captains of local industry or find a European bank that isn’t owned by the state? Having tax problems? Need a corporate lawyer? We've compiled an extensive list of everything the budding entrepreneur or seasoned businessperson might need or want to know.

Accountants & Auditors

Banks

Business info

See Organisations & NGOs for business information and contacts.

Consultants & Lawyers

Fair organisers

Notaries

Office space

Office supplies

Photocopying

Recruitment

Translations

Health & Wellness

Make an appointment with a doctor or dentist, a reservation at a day spa or find out where to find the closest pharmacy.

Dentists

Medical

Pharmacies

Riga spas

Media

You can find English, German and French newspapers in major hotels and in Narvesen kiosks. For local news in English check out TheBaltic Times .

Expat bulletin board

Foreign representations

For a complete list of foreign embassies and consulates in Riga including opening hours visit www.mfa.gov.lv/en/mission/?lv=0&type=1&riga=on.

Government & Municipality

Organisations & NGOs

Sports

Riga has no shortage of sports activities, so reserve a lane at a bowling alley, rent a bike, call a golf course for a tee time or shoot your friends at a paintball gallery.

Ballooning

Bicycle & Segway rental

Bowling

Canoe trips

Climbing

Curling

Entertainment centres

Gym

Golf

Paintball

Playgrounds

Saunas

Shooting

Photo ID is required, so don't forget to bring your passport.

Skateparks

Swimming pools

Tennis

Wakeboarding

Yoga

Useful addresses

Are you locked out of your apartment? Need a reliable dry-cleaner? The services you seek and many more are all listed on the following pages.

Barbers

Beauty salons

Cleaners

Currency exchange

Most currency exchange booths (valūtas maiņa), with a few exceptions, offer decent rates, but many banks and exchanges charge a ridiculous fee for any notes that are torn, dirty or marked.

Genealogy

Jewellery cleaners

Key cut & Locksmiths

Picture framing

Schools

Stroller & Kids' accessories rental

Vets & Pets

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