Is it safe to visit the Baltics?

On the 24th February of 2022 many of us woke up to the news alerts about horrific Russian attacks on innocent Ukrainian people. Knowing full well the brutality of our big neighbor in the East, Baltic states immediately united to collect aid and try to call to the consciousness of the West. And we will keep doing it till the last Russian soldier leaves Ukrainian territory! However, being in rather close proximity to the aggressor, we were seen as the next target. So it’s not a big surprise that many people got scared and canceled their long planned trips to the Baltics. So we would like to clear some things before you throw away your holiday plans!
Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia is a part of NATO, the strongest military alliance on the planet. Today the Baltic states security is even more increased. Baltics’s sky is protected by NATO’s Baltic Air Policing Mission. It involves a continuous presence – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year – of fighter aircraft and crews ready to respond quickly to possible airspace violations. We were always aware about the ever-increasing threats from Russia and acted accordingly.
Since regaining independence 32 years ago, Baltic countries have worked very hard to build a resilient economy, ensure the rule of law and develop safe and reliable tourism infrastructure. Do you think that big international hotels like Hilton, Kempinski or Radisson would still operate here if Baltic states were in imminent danger? Or did you hear about international airlines canceling flights? No! So you can still book your flights and choose the most comfortable hotels for your stay. And don’t worry, tour companies are operating here just as fine. Riga Airport is a main flight hub in the area and has a lot of connecting flight to all over the world. It’s a safe and welcoming environment.

Large sedan fleet addition

Our company is successfully rebuilding our fleet after reduction during two years of pandemic. We are proud of our new addition to the fleet, comfortable Skoda Superb sedan. Now even more legroom for passengers and more luggage space. Easily will fit three passengers and their luggage, even all three xxl luggages.

Latvia joins The Michelin Guide collection!

Michelin is delighted to announce that the first Michelin Guide Latvia will be unveiled on 21st November 2023. The Michelin Guide Inspectors have been busy exploring the second largest of the three Baltic States which, following the addition of Estonia last year, reaffirms the development of the region’s culinary scene in recent years.

The Michelin Guide Inspectors have travelled from the capital, Riga, with its UNESCO protected Old Town, out to charming countryside villages; they have stopped at the coastal cities of Liepāja – set in the west overlooking the Baltic Sea – and Jurmala, which borders the Gulf of Riga; they have also visited inland towns and villages, from Tērvete to Līgatne and Valmiera to Cēsis – all in the pursuit of discovering the best restaurants the country has to offer.

The Michelin Guide Latvia 2024 selection will be available from 21st November on The Michelin Guide website.

Standard class adition

New addition to our fleet of Standard class vehciles. Our client small groups from 1 to 3 passengers will enjoy transfers form Riga Airport or any other destination within Baltic counties in comfort of new Skoda Octavia with our English speaking drivers. Also individual sightseeing trips can be arranged at a request.

Baltic countries among safest palces to travel in 2023

2023 RISK ASSESSMENT MAP
Global Guardian’s 2023 Risk Map highlights areas of geopolitical tension and evaluates the prospects of escalation and their possible impacts. It is intended to provide a solid basis as an initial indicator for assessing the necessary steps to be taken ahead of a journey. As we can see Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia are among the safest destinations to travel to this year.

Meet and Great in Riga Airport

Our English speaking drivers will provide Meet and Great service in Riga Airport terminals, will help with the luggage and transfer to your hotel in comfort. Whether you arrive from Europe Union or Non Schengen area, we will be monitoring your flight and our driver will be meeting you at the correct terminal. Please send us an email to require our services.

Firsts tourists return in July 2021

Now with EU Digital Covid Certificate it is possible to enter Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia freely.

The certificate is issued for free by their national authorities and recognised by all EU 27 member states as well as Switzerland, Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein.

The certificate is available in a national language and English. It consists of a QR code displayed on a device (like a smartphone or a tablet) or printed, and a digital signature, verified via EU Gateway.

The certificate makes it easier for you to travel safely through the EU by showing that you have been vaccinated, had a negative test result or recovered from COVID-19.

The EU digital COVID certificate has a speedy verification process and helps preventing the use of fake certificates across the EU.

The certificate alone is not a travel document. It isn’t enough to travel, you still need your passport or another form of identification.

You also don’t need to have the certificate to travel but having it should make travelling easier. If you hold a EU digital COVID certificate you should in principle be exempted from testing or quarantine.