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The route connecting Travemünde and Liepaja is operated by the sailing company Stena who operate 5 connections per week with primarily morning and evening departures and traveling times shorter than 27 hours. This route is served by ferries allowing cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks. All ships have both cabins and reserved seating arrangements, allowing you to choose your preferred level of comfort as you travel.
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Port of TRAVEMÜNDE
Travemünde is the largest German port on the Baltic Sea and hosts passenger ferries for connections to many countries in northern Europe. The lighthouse that welcomes you on arrival dates back to 1500 and is the symbol of the city. Another symbol of Travemünde is the Passat sailing ship, a museum ship not to be missed. How to reach the port of Travemünde The port area is always very busy and it is best to use public transportation. You can take buses, numbers 30.31 and 40 leave from Lübeck central station and arrive right outside the passenger terminal. It is also possible... [More information]
Address: Zum Hafenplatz, 23570 Lübeck, Germany
Directions: Google Map @ Travemünde, port
Guide of LIEPAJA
Liepāja is a port city on the Western coast of Lithuania. It is the third biggest city in the country and during the late 19th to the early 20th century, it was a popular seaside resort. The port is important because it is strategically located in an area of the coast that is ice-free, allowing easy access for ships. Liepāja is also famous for its sea breeze and is known throughout Latvia as the ‘city where the wind is born’. A brief history of Liepāja Liepāja began as a humble fishing village and developed into a major trading port under the leadership of Jacob Kettler (1610 - 16... [More information]
5 weekly sailings - Duration: 26 hours
Ships: Stena Gothica , Urd