The site has still has prices in Lats (LVL), pages are not updated since long long time ago, but in any case it stays as it is as a nice souvenir to old times.
Liepaja is the third largest Latvian city. Liepaja during the winter is warmer, and summers a little cooler than elsewhere in Latvia. Also, wind power, which often blows from the west, is larger than the average Latvia. Liepaja city known as the "Wind City"
Coat of Arms of Liepaja City
Everyone knows - LIEPAJA - The city where wind is born
Liepaja bus station
the easiest way to get from Riga to Liepaja is the intercity bus.
- Ticket costs: 5.40 LVL - 6.40 LVL
With traffic searcher, you will find your route easier and more accurately. Just tipe in "From" window Rīgas SAO and in "To" window Liepājas AO
Things to see and do in Liepaja
Latvian largest guitar - It's Because Liepaja is "Capital city of music" and "Young Musicians Capital" !!!
The heart of Liepāja is Rose Square, located in the heart of the city centre
The best beach in Latvia!
Since 2001. the summer season Liepaja beach Blue Flag is raised. This proves that the beach meet the 29 criteria relating to water quality, coastal quality, safety, service, environmental education activities and information.
Karosta (Military Port)
Biggest historic military area in the Baltics.
The first of Tsarist Russia's Baltic Fleet submarine base.
The only preserved historic military virssardze Latvian.
War Port prison
The Naval Port prison or guardhouse. The building was erected about 1900 and until 1997 it served as a place where military persons served their terms for breach of discipline. From the very first years of its existence, it was a place to break people’s lives and suppress their free will. As powers replaced one another, its prisoners changed as well: they included revolutionaries, seamen and non-commissioned officers of the tsarist army, deserters from the German Wehrmacht, enemies of the people in the Stalinist era, soldiers of both the Soviet army and the Latvian army and other rebels. The newest inscriptions on the cell walls by inmates date to fairly recently, 1997. Mysterious and inexplicable things have been noticed in the guardhouse: the rapping of footsteps, electrical bulbs that unscrew themselves, unaccounted for opening of closed cell doors… Yet encountering seeming apparitions in the prison halls has come as the most unpleasant surprise to many a visitor. (www.karostascietums.lv)