Rooms

Discussion room
Discussion room | Ground floor
Technical support
  • 45 chairs
  • Computer with internet connection
  • 2 projectors
  • 6 tables (160x80 cm)
  • 4 coffee tables
  • Acoustic equipment (to play audio from the computer)
  • Microphones (3 hand-held, 1 clip)
  • 3 wireless receivers with induction loop - for people with hearing aids
  • Whiteboard
Important!
  • Important! In the context of the spread of Covid-19 in the world and Latvia, please be responsible and take precautionary measures.
  • The ground floor of the EU House as of 10 June is open only to individual visitors and is not available for events.

  • Please note that in the second half of the year, the ground floor of the EU House is scheduled for renovation. The EU House renovation plan is under construction. We will inform you if the renovation will coincide with the date of your event.
  • Discussion room may be used only for public events.
  • Discussion room is open for organization of events: on working days from 10:30 to 17:00 and on Saturdays from 10:30 to 13:00.
  • Premises are open for preparation before and after the event on working days from 10:00 to 17:30, on Saturdays from 10:00 to 13:30.
  • EU House advocates rational, sustainable and environmentally friendly activities and green practices on a daily basis. To encourage you to reduce resource consumption, reuse it where possible, and sort waste, we have prepared recommendations for event organizers.
Art room
Art room | Ground floor
Important!
  • To make a reservation, please contact us by phone +371 67085415 or e-mail telpas@esmaja.lv.
  • Duration of exhibition – up to one calendar month.
  • Art room is open for visitors on working days from 10:00 to 18:00 and on Saturdays from 10:00 to 14:00.
  • Organiser is responsible for the installation and removal of the exhibition.
  • Art room may not be available for visitors during events in the Discussion room.
  • EU House advocates rational, sustainable and environmentally friendly activities and green practices on a daily basis. To encourage you to reduce resource consumption, reuse it where possible, and sort waste, we have prepared recommendations for event organizers.
Fireplace hall
Fireplace hall | 1st floor
Technical support
  • 60 chairs
  • Computer with internet connection
  • Projector
  • Interpreter booth
  • 2 tables (180x80 cm)
  • 10 coffee tables
  • Acoustic equipment (to play audio from the computer)
  • Microphones (2 hand-held, 8 table)
  • Whiteboard
Important!
  • Important! In the context of the spread of Covid-19 in the world and Latvia, please be responsible and take precautionary measures.
  • We invite you to carefully assess the need for face-to-face events in the EU House. As of 29 June, only events for registered participants can take place in the EU House.
  • The room is open only for reserved events on working days from 10.00 to 17.00 (preparation of the event – from 9.30, putting rooms in order after the event – until 17.30).
  • Maximum number of persons at the event – 14, including organisers.
  • Before the event begins, the responsible organiser shall submit a printed list of registered and on-site organisers and participants, to the coordinator of the EU House. The list must contain the names and telephone numbers of the persons referred to therein. This list may be transmitted to the Centre for Disease Prevention and Control for the identification of persons in case of suspected Covid-19 infection. The data are securely stored by the European Commission in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2018/1725. The list will be destroyed one month after the event.
  • The representative of the event organiser shall welcome participants at the entrance of the EU House in order to avoid high concentration of visitors.
  • Sharing drinks and snacks (coffee pauses) is not allowed during events. Participants and organisers of the events are invited to provide drinking water for themselves, preferably in their individual reusable bottles.
  • The maximum permissible duration of an event is no longer than 3 hours. The time is controlled by a coordinator of the EU House rooms.
  • The organiser of the event must ensure the availability of hand disinfectant to the participants during the entire event.
  • In the room, tables and chairs must be placed by the organiser in such a way as to ensure the distance of 2 metres between participants.
  • There must be no persons in the EU house who are obliged to comply with strict isolation, self-isolation or quarantine at home, as well as persons with signs of respiratory infection.
  • Maximum 14 persons, including participants, technical staff and organisers of the event, may be present at the premises of the 1st floor of the EU House. The number of visitors is controlled by the coordinator of the EU House rooms. If the number of persons present at the event exceeds the maximum number, the coordinator of the EU House has the right to require the organiser to ensure compliance with the first sentence of this paragraph.
  • Non-compliance with these rules may lead to the cancellation of the event and requiring its participants and organisers to leave the premises of the EU House.
  • The European Commission Representation and the European Parliament Liaison Office have the right to refuse the use of the EU House rooms at any time and to close the EU House rooms.
  • EU House advocates rational, sustainable and environmentally friendly activities and green practices on a daily basis. To encourage you to reduce resource consumption, reuse it where possible, and sort waste, we have prepared recommendations for event organizers.
Glass hall
Glass hall and Small hall | 1st floor
Technical support

Glass hall

  • Round table, 24 chairs
  • 3 tables in the entrance hall (160x80 cm)
  • Computer with internet connection
  • Projector
  • Acoustic equipment (to play audio from the computer)

Small hall

  • Table and 6 chairs
Important!
  • Important! In the context of the spread of Covid-19 in the world and Latvia, please be responsible and take precautionary measures.
  • The Glass hall and Small hall are not available for events.

  • Premises are open for organization of events on working days from 10:00 to 17:00.
  • Premises are open for preparation before and after the event on working days from 09:30 to 17:30.
  • Both the Glass hall and the Small hall are available at the same time.
  • EU House advocates rational, sustainable and environmentally friendly activities and green practices on a daily basis. To encourage you to reduce resource consumption, reuse it where possible, and sort waste, we have prepared recommendations for event organizers.

Basic conditions for room reservation

  • The organizer of the event must be a legal entity.
  • The EU House premises may be used for organising seminars, conferences, interactive events and events related to the issues within the EU competency.
  • Premises are available only for non-commercial events, no entrance fee is allowed
  • Ground floor premises are open for organization of events on working days from 10:30 to 17:00 (for preparation before and after the event on working days from 10:00 to 17:30), Saturdays from 10:30 to 13:00 (for preparation before and after the event from 10:00 to 13:30).
  • First floor premises are open for organization of events on working days from 10:00 to 17:00 (for preparation before and after the event on working days from 09:30 to 17:30).
  • The application must be submitted 7 (seven) days before the planned event at the latest.
  • Sending an application form to the EU House does not guarantee allocation of premises. The premises can be considered allocated only when a coordinator of the EU House sends a confirmation e-mail to the event organizer stating that the premises for the planned event have been allocated.
  • The application for premises is reviewed within 5 (five) working days.
  • The EU House reserve the right to refuse the premises without explanation, if one of the Terms of use of the EU House premises (Aspazijas bulv. 28, Riga) conditions is not observed. 
  • The EU House reserve the right to refuse the premises for the event 3 (three) days before, if events organized by the European Commission Representation or European Parliament Liaison Office and the applicant happen to take place at the same time. 
  • The organizer is responsible for the content of the event, for preparing the hall before the event and arranging it afterwards, for welcoming and seeing-off the public, for the event itself, and for public order during the event.