"Crossing was good, food well, bad signs "
Reviewed 24 September 2013 by Anonymous
The crossing was on time, and very quiet. The equipment is very simple, but adequate. The food was not my case but that's a matter of taste. Unfortunately Very bad was the journey to the port of Travemünde, because, unfortunately, lack of signage for Baltic (you drive direction Finland, Norway ...) Unfortunately, the support provided by Stena in this point too low. a detailed directions there is not only an inaccurate Google Maps view. As should be between Travemünde and the correct port about 7 KM a timely arrival to be scheduled. Conclusion: Overall, a nice place to ride, deductions when " trappings "
'Anonymous' travelled Travemunde Liepaja with Stena Line
"Crossing to Riga "
Reviewed 25 August 2013 by Kurt
Good value for money. The trip was very enjoyable. Very slept well and recovered well and relaxes the onward journey by car in the port of arrival Liepaja to Riga continued.
'Kurt' travelled Travemunde Liepaja with Stena Line
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Travemunde is a town in Lubeck in Germany and is located at the mouth of the River Trave in Lubeck Bay. The city can trace its history back to the 12th century when Henry the Lion, the Duke of Saxony, built a fortress to guard the mouth of the River Trave. This was later enhanced by the Danes and then in 1317 it became a town. Since 1802 the town has been a popular coastal resort and is now Germany's largest ferry port on the Baltic Sea providing services to Sweden, Finland, Russia, Latvia and Estonia. An interest attraction in the town is its lighthouse, which dates back to 1539 and is the oldest on the German Baltic Sea coast. Another attraction of is the Flying P-Liner Passat, a museum ship anchored in the mouth of the Trave. The main street in the town, Vorderreihe, and the sea promenade of Travemünde are reserved for pedestrians and cyclists. There are buses that run to the town and the connection point is the train station. Riding a bike or walking is usually preferable as most of the streets are narrow and often get congested with cars driven by inexperienced drivers.
Liepaja is an ancient city located on the east coast of the Baltic, between the sea and Liepaja Lake, where people have been living for more than 750 years. Liepaja is the 3rd largest city in Latvia and 10th largest in the Baltic States. Liepaja is a city of music and culture. Wander in the Northern Fort labyrinths by torchlight, explore for yourself the exotic nature of the Military Port's architecture or the former prison, look at the art nouveau buildings in the city centre and the unique wooden architecture of the Seaside Park.
During the less sunny months of the year the city's vibrant cultural life does not stop, because travellers and visitors can attend various exhibits, expositions, concerts and other creative activities. The true pearls of art are the internationally recognized performances of Liepaja Theatre and Liepaja Symphony orchestra.