Liepaja Ferries - Prices from £625
With AFerry you can book ferries from Travemunde near the town of Lubeck in North East Germany to Liepaja on the West coast of Latvia. You can use AFerry to book your ferry to or from Liepaja quickly and easily.
Leipaja is a medium sized port equipped for passenger and freight ships and is an excellent entry point for West Latvia with excellent road and rail connections to the rest of the country.
It is also a large and cosmpolitan city on the Batlic coast. Here, you'll find wooden houses, Art- Nouveau buildings as well as Soviet-era apartments. There are also green parks dotted throughout the city.
Liepaja is known in Latvia as "The city where the wind is born" possibly because of the sea-breeze and there is an anthem dedicated to the city with the same name. Nearby the city, today you can find the biggest wind power plant in the country - confirming just why the city has such a windy reputation.
Tourists might be interested in visiting the city centre with its many beautiful historic churches or the Seaside park with white sandy beaches. The northern suburb of Karosta is also well worth a visit. This was a secret military encampment but now is a major tourist attraction and a rare glimpse into Lavia's communist past. Other areas of interest for tourists are Vecliepāja, Ezerkrasts, which is close to Liepāja lake and the Karosta beaches with their picturesque blasted forts.
Ferries from and to Liepaja
Stena Line ships have many facilities including lounges, play areas, shops, wi-fi access, bars, cafes and restaurants as well as a choice of comfortable en-suite cabins.
Stena Line is one of the biggest and most well known ferry companies in Europe and you are sure to have a wonderful sailing experience on board your ferry to or from Liepaja.
Getting to Liepaja port
If you are travelling from the capital city of Riga, travel towards Jumala on the A220 and take the exit Roznieki on to the A218 into the centre of Liepaja. From here the port is well sign-posted and easy to find.
Trains from the capital city of Riga take approximately five hours to reach Liepaja and there are two trains per day. One train departs in the morning and the other in the evening. Tickets are not expensive.
Brivosta 46 piers, Liepaja, LV-3405, Latvia