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Ferries to Latvia - Prices from £315
Book ferries to Latvia on the following routes:
- Nynashamn to Ventspils
- Stockholm to Riga
- Travemunde to Liepaja
The most popular route is Stockholm to Riga. The average price this month for this route is £123.50 for a car and two people each way.
Booking a ferry to Latvia is simple, easy and safe with AFerry, just use the booking form above to get a price.
How to book your ferry to Latvia
Booking a ferry to or from Latvia couldn't be easier with AFerry. You can either use the booking form at the top left of the page.
More about Latvia
Latvia is a relatively small European country, approximately one third the size of the UK.
It borders Estonia to the north, Lithuania and Belarus to the south, and Russia to its east. The currency is the Latvia Lat (LVL), and Latvia is well known for being an interesting and historic country with an impressive array of sights and events.
Latvia Travel Guide
Latvia is an incredible place and why it is becoming one of the most popular areas of Europe. With impressive castle ruins, golden beaches and a great range of shops and restaurants, Latvia is definitely somewhere to explore.
Latvia is known for its many forests that cover almost half of the country and where you can find a huge variety of local wildlife. In eastern Latvia, you will find vast lakes and deep river valleys. Throughout the country, you will find an abundance of beautiful rivers, the largest being the Daugava. The best time to go is from June to mid-September, in the Latvian summertime, when the weather is warm and the best local produce is available. During October and November, there are very little hours of daylight, and January and February are typically the coldest months.
Getting around Latvia
When taking your car across to Latvia, remember to make sure you use winter tyres between December and March, as the roads can get very icy, and remember to use your headlights at all times during this time of the year as it required by law. The motorways in Latvia are generally of very good quality, and in all major cities there will be a car or motorcycle hiring outlet. Within cities such as Riga and Liepaja there are some excellent bus, tram and trolleybus services.
Things to see in Latvia
The capital city of Riga is the largest city in Latvia, and one of the most popular too. It is surrounded by its impressive 800 year history with many beautiful buildings and monuments. Karosta, home to the `Baltic Beach Party' in July, is Latvia's major seaside town, with a lovely sandy beach to relax on in the summer.
The capital city of Riga is the largest city in Latvia, and one of the most popular too. It is surrounded by its impressive 800 year history with many beautiful buildings and monuments.
However, if you like history, then Sigulda is the place to go. You can marvel at the beautiful castles and take in the history of ancient Latvia. Nearby is the town of Cesis, where you can take a direct bus to from Riga, where you will be surrounded by windswept hilltops and traditional cobbled streets in one of the prettiest parts of Latvia.
27 Aug 2017unexpectedly enjoyable means of travel
The experience of walking to,and finding, the terminal, queueing and discovering that the berths were unisex and we'd be sleeping separately in bunks with strangers were unsettling. The signage at the port was poor. We found the terminal building in advance, but it was closed on the day no guidance, no personnel to help find the ship.The walk to the newer terminal was lengthy, unpleasant, and felt unsafe. However, the officers on board kindly transferred us to a double cabin. On return, the young woman at Riga check was equally helpful.The double cabins were cosy and comfortable. The cruise was a delight, sailing through the Swedish archipelago at sunset, views from sundeck. Romantika exceeded our expectations, plenty of opportunities for dining and relaxing. facilties for children and families great. When my husband left his electronic reader in the cabin,the young man at the Stockholm check in got it back
Review by VICTORIA PITE
05 Aug 2017Nice ferry from convenient ports in each city.
I booked online and printed off the confirmation email. I was in Stockholm and took the metro to Gardet. The walking sign posts to the terminal are superb. Check in was straight forward and I was given a boarding card to get on to the ferry and into the cabin. Boats to Riga and Helsinki leave around the same time so boarding process is a bit congested but doesn't take too long to get on board. The only problem was the cabin car wouldn't access the cabin and it took a few replacements to get it sorted. The cabin was a standard cabin, with no window but perfectly adequate and comfortable. I didn't have breakfast and it's an easy walk to Riga centre and old town
Review by Matt
31 Jul 2017Great trip
Great experience. The only thing is that we had to wait for check in for more than 30 minutes due to slow check in process. We couldnt use self check in as the code was not provided when buying through aferry. But overall it was great trip.
Review by Monika
01 Jan 2015My very bad trip in my life
im never book ferry this company. come to travemunde from uk (1500 km) 1 hour before departure with my 3 years old kids and company tell me all gates close early and nobody not open gate. just waste money and long time
Review by IGORS MAIKOVS
25 Nov 2014A trip to Riga
Great service, clearing and tidy room. Tasty food.
Review by Olav Mathiassen