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By car

For visitors arriving by car, there is a large and modern underground car park. Find out more about parking: https://www.origo.lv/en/amenity-type/parking/

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By public transport

Many maxi-taxis, trolleybuses and buses stop right next to ORIGO Shopping Centre. Tram is 4-minute walk away, and Riga Bus Station is 5 minutes away. ORIGO is connected to the Central Railway Station, and the second floor of the shopping centre has direct access to the railway platform.

By bicycle

Visitors have convenient bike racks outside at the entrances of the shopping centre. Also, every cyclist can use a spacious bicycle parking in the underground car park, which can be accessed by bicycle using a special bike path. Here, bicycles can be stored in a secure place and protected from the weather.

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Parents with prams and strollers

Families with prams and strollers can easily and safely access ORIGO using the reconstructed intersection of Satekles and Elizabetes streets, and also from the directions of the Station square and railway platforms. ORIGO environment is developed in such a way that shops, restaurants and other service providers are accessible for parents with prams. The shopping centre has convenient and modern lifts allowing access to the necessary floor, and also to the parent and baby room, if necessary.

Accessibility for people with reduced mobility

The interior of ORIGO ensures that shops, cafes, restaurants and service providers are accessible for people with reduced mobility. In the underground car park, there are specially marked disabled parking places near the lifts. The shopping centre has convenient and modern lifts providing access to the necessary floor. On every floor of the shopping centre, there are accessible toilets designed to accommodate people with reduced mobility.

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Access for people with visual impairment

Improved access for visitors with visual impairment – in the lifts and on handrails of evacuation stairs there are signs in Braille. People with visual impairment and blindness are allowed to visit the shopping centre with a guide dog.

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