The Liepaja Travemunde ferry route connects Latvia with Germany. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Stena Line. The crossing operates up to 2 times each week with sailing durations from around 27 hours.
Liepaja Travemunde sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.
Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Liepaja Travemunde route is a car and 2 passengers.
"No vacation ship "
We have in the Baltic States enjoyed a great holiday and us with the ferry ride from Liepaja to Travemünde spared the long drive through Poland to the recovery does not equal losing again., As we were already suspects the ferry predominantly by truck drivers with their mobile subsets used. the crossing took 27 hours. We are on Saturday by 18 clock to the " Urd " set off. Unfortunately, many truck drivers took the opportunity to stock up at the duty free shop with strong drinks to then also on the same evening and in the night to destroy up to 3 clock. fact that it is received not quite quiet yes you can imagine. Anyway, not to think of sleep. Luckily we had our own cabin, where on Sunday even us recovered to some extent. The cleanliness in the cabin and on the variety of food offered can be worked. But probably we may in the relationship not be so squeamish. We regret that no newspapers, books or magazines were offered in the shop. Since we the reading material has gone on holiday, would have given us this certainly made the crossing a little shorter. In summary, one can say that it is not a holiday ship on which one may expect this standard accordingly. Even though we did not like some things, so we were still glad not to have to drive by car.
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Located in the west of Latvia, the city of Liepaja lies on the Baltic Sea coast and is known in Latvia as "the city where the wind is born". This is in reference to the fact that the city always seems to be subject to an almost constant sea breeze. The city is located around 10 km from Riga, 110 km from Klaipeda, 115 km from Ventspils and 100 km from Saldus. The city has a well established cultural, artistic and sporting heritage and the summers in the city are often filled with festivals. This usually begins with the "Summer Sound" beach party and the festival of speed, "Rally Kurzeme", where many thousands of visitors attend. Events in the city do not stop in the winter as the city is host to many exhibitions, expositions, concerts and other creative activities. Perhaps the jewel in the crown of the city are the internationally recognised performances of the Liepaja Theatre and the Liepaja Symphony Orchestra.
From the city's port a ferry can be taken to Travemunde.
The German city of Lubeck is well known for its many Gothic buildings and for its tasty marzipan. Perhaps the most popular tourist attraction in the city is the 15th century Holstentor gateway, which has a truly fairytale appearance with its two cylindrical towers. A charming medieval city lies behind this where visitors will find many other historic buildings which has resulted in the city being declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the 1980's. In fact, most of the city's most popular attractions are to be found in the Old Town area, known as Altstadt.
Nearby, the city's large ferry port lies on the shores of the Baltic Sea, within the suburb of Travemunde, where you will also find several pleasant sandy beaches and have a true feel of seaside tourism. Around Lubeck and its many public squares you will find a number of historical attractions and notable landmarks. Of particular interest is the 13th century Town Hall (Rathaus), the beautiful 12th century Dom (Lubeck Cathedral), the beautiful palatial architecture of Rantzau Castle (Schloss Rantzau), and the Heiligen Geist Hospital, the oldest hospital in Germany, which dates back to 1227.