Liepaja to Germany Ferry
Liepaja is connected to Germany via the port of Travemunde. On average, there are 5 crossings per week between Liepaja and Germany, which are operated by Stena Line. Crossings from Liepaja to Travemunde usually take around 2 hours.
The above information is a basic summary on the services between Liepaja and Germany. We recommend using our Ferry Search to find live ferry information and the latest prices.
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.
Visit Germany to discover the country's beauty and rich history. Visit the Berlin wall and its museum, travel to Munich in the south to experience the annual Oktoberfest or take a trip into the mountains to see breath-taking views and indulge in activities such as skiing and snowboarding.
German cities are diverse and each city offers something different. Berlin is particularly known for its nightlife and food, though Hamburg, Frankfurt and Leipzig are all trying to compete to become the place to go for entertainment.