|Departure Port||Arrival Port||Travel Time||Ferry Operator|
|Liepaja Latvia - LPX||Travemunde Germany - TRV||20 Hrs.30 Min.||- - - -|
|Ventspils Latvia - VNS||Nynashamn Sweden - NYN||7 Hrs. 30 Min.||- - -|
Go Fast Ferry offers two departure and arrival point from Latvia:
Latvia lies between Lithuania and Estonia on the Baltic Sea. There are wide beaches as well as dense, sprawling forests in its landscape. A medieval Old Town with St. Peter's Church and a vast Central Market are among the highlights of Latvia's capital, Riga. A Latvian Ethnographic Open-Air Museum displays crafts, food, and music from the region.
Liepaja Latvia - LPX
Travel directly to Liepaja, Latvia and Travemünde, Germany aboard the Stena Livia and Stena Flavia ferries, which operate 1 crossing per day in each direction. Take advantage of the magnificent sea views, relax in one of our cabins, or unwind in a reclining seat while you enjoy the comfort of your surroundings. The Shop offers cosmetics, perfumes and alcohol at great prices, so you can pick up a gift or treat for yourself.
The Liepaja Port is easily reached from the A9 from the east or A11 from the south of Latvia and is less than 30 minutes walk from Liepāja's rail station.
The Travemunde Port is part of the famous and historic Hanseatic town of Lübeck and is located by Lübeck Bay on the banks of the River Thrave, about 20km from the city centre. The port is well sign-posted from the A1.
Ventspils Latvia - VNS
You can sail direct into Ventspils with us from Nynäshamn in Sweden – it’s a great way to travel into Latvia. You’ll get there feeling refreshed and ready to discover everything this incredible country has to offer on your own car-cation.
Ventspils Port is situated less than a kilometre from the city centre in the old part of the city by the River Venta. The port can be easily reached by car on the E22 motorway and intercity buses arrive at Ventspils bus station, which is just a 7 minute walk from the port.
Our ferries depart from the new Norvik Terminal which is 4km (10 minutes drive) from the centre of Nynäshamn. There are several taxi services to the new terminal from the rail/bus station.
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within its borders than any other continent. With a population of over 740,000,000
people are divided among fifty sovereign states that range from the Russian giant, the largest in the world
country spanning two continents to Vatican City, the smallest country in the world spanning
only half a kilometer away, it is certainly a continent of contrasts.
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The Europe we know today owes its identity to some of the great names in history, here you can really walk in the footsteps of the giants, Hannibal, Hector, Caesar, William the Conqueror, Joan of Arc, Philip of Spain, Magellan, Napoleon, Queen Victoria have all traveled these same streets. Perhaps uniquely, any visitor to Europe can pass through some of these same buildings and imagine the legends of the past, be it the Colosseum in Rome, The Alhambra in Spain, The Pillars of Hercules, The Tower of London or the Palace of Versailles, there is a lifetime of experiences to offer.
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