Travemunde to Latvia Ferry
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Set within the region of Lubeck, Travemunde is an old German seaside resort and is still very popular with families. Travemünde offers you everything: The great outdoors, romance, culture and sports. You can take tours on a bicycle or in a horse-drawn carriage, take a stroll on the beach promenade, go shopping on the Vorderreihe or enjoy the beach which is 4.5 kilometers long and wider than any other beach on Germany's Baltic coast.
There is plenty to see and do in Travemunde, from visiting the old sailing ship Passat to the annual sand monument event. Travemunde also boasts many interesting museums, such as the St. Anne's Museum, which is a former convent housing art and home furnishings from the middle ages until 1800; the Museum of Natural History and Environment; and the Puppet Theatre and Museum.
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.