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from Riga to Paris

You can get from Riga to Paris by train, bus or flight.

Our recommendation

To get from Riga to Paris on 29 Oct we recommend taking a flight because it’s the best combination of price and speed.

14:40Riga International Airport5h15 18:55Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
1 changes
£1611One-way
Cheapest
14:40Riga International Airport5h15 18:55Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
1 changes
£1611One-way
Other options
07:20Riga International Airport2h50 09:10Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
0 changes
£2521One-way
15:55Riga International Airport2h50 17:45Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
0 changes
£2521One-way
07:20Riga International Airport2h50 09:10Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
0 changes
£2911One-way

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COMPARE Prices for trains, buses and flights

Fri
29 Oct
£161Lot Polish Airlines
Sat
30 Oct
£130nordic regional airlines oy
Sun
31 Oct
£51ryanair sun
Mon
1 Nov
£121Lot Polish Airlines
Tue
2 Nov
£85Lot Polish Airlines
Wed
3 Nov
£38ryanair sun
Thu
4 Nov
£105Lot Polish Airlines
Fri
5 Nov
£85Lot Polish Airlines
Sat
6 Nov
£85Lot Polish Airlines
Sun
7 Nov
£51ryanair sun
Mon
8 Nov
£79Air Baltic
Tue
9 Nov
£87Air Baltic
Wed
10 Nov
£25ryanair sun
Thu
11 Nov
£85Lot Polish Airlines
Fri
12 Nov
£85Lot Polish Airlines
Sat
13 Nov
£85Lot Polish Airlines
Sun
14 Nov
£67ryanair sun
Mon
15 Nov
£85Lot Polish Airlines
Tue
16 Nov
£85Lot Polish Airlines
Wed
17 Nov
£44ryanair sun

Travel Information to Paris from Riga

distanceDistance1056 miles (1703 km)
modeAvailable travel modesFlight
fastestFastest modeFlight • £93 • 2 h 50 min
carriersPopular travel companiesAir Baltic

Travel 1056 miles (1703 km) by flight to Paris from Riga. Air Baltic is the main travel provider operating this trip. Travellers can even take a direct from Riga to Paris.

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