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Mail, Post office in Riga

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The main postal service in Latvia - Latvijas Pasts - is a state-owned company. It operates over 600 branches across Latvia.

A standard letter costs from 0.50 EUR within Latvia, and from 0.71 EUR internationally. The price for sending parcels starts from 3 EUR within Latvia and from 12 EUR internationally. The exact price can be calculated using the Service Calculator.

Post Offices in Latvia

You can find the post branch or the mail box closest to you by simply entering your address or choosing your town in the Post Office Map on the homepage of Latvijas Pasts.


In addition to standard postal services, Latvijas Pasts offers:

  • Express mail
  • Rental of PO Boxes
  • Redirecting of mail
  • Philately
  • Financial services, e.g., cash transfers within Latvia, and payments domestically and abroad

For more information on these postal services please consult the homepage of Latvijas Pasts.

Update 26/08/2015


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