Nearest bus stop is a short walk away. But we always just walked to the city, which is around minute walk away.
The area is local. Close to the Boutique Hotel Roze. Hotel Amrita. Hotel Vilhelmine. Ezera Maja. Art Hotel Roma.
Specialty Hotel. Very spacious wardrobe with safe deposit box. Hotel Kolumbs. Seven Sisters. Guest house. Very nice, comfortable place. Delicious breakfast, helpful and responsive hosts.
I definitely recommend to others and I think we'll come back. City center and entertainment options Jurnieka Ligzda. It was 11 of us, we stayed in vip apartment on third floor.
The only thing which could be improved is additional toilet for a large apartment. Helvita Hotel. Rooms are clean and prices are normal.
Although we were hearing everything in the hallway. You can park for free at the street or there is a Good parking space behind locked gate, and location was great!
We got a two floor room with a nice view to the city. Liepaja Travellers Hostel. Great location by the beach and good price. Easy to check in and check out, with free parking.
Some bits e. Hotel Villa Roze. Fontaine Hotel. A shabby chic paradise. Location is amazing, great to have use of the kitchen and lounge, amazing value.
Not for anyone who likes a standard hotel room. Length 27 x 6m. Length x 56m. Name INSE Special Purpose. Length 39 x 8m.
Name BANDAVA Trawler. Name RONDO Fishing vessel. Length 20 x 6m. Name KRISTIINA Cargo ship. Length x 16m. Name KAPTEINIS GRANTS Work vessel.
Length 99 x 16m. Name LISA D General cargo vessel. Length 74 x 12m. Name KRISTIANS DALS Hydrographic ship.
Length 19 x 6m. Name GILIJA Fishing vessel. Length 50 x 8m. Name CHARGER General cargo vessel. Length x 20m.
Name KARELIA Fishing vessel. Length 16 x 5m. Length 30 x 11m. Name CEMSEA III Cement carrier. Length 95 x 13m. Estimated Time of Arrival UTC.
Estimated Time of Departure —. Name STENA GOTHICA RoRo ship. Length x 21m. Name MARFAAM General cargo vessel. Name FOYLE Oil Products Tanker.
Length 99 x 15m. Length x 27m. IMO None. While the port is ice-free, the city experiences constant breeze from the sea, ranking Liepaja as Latvia's windiest city.
It was re-opened in after the fall of the USSR. The country's largest naval fleet is homeported here. Facilities also include Baltic's largest warehouses for ammunition and weapons.
It was created a town in , and in — a canal was cut to the sea and a port was built. It was taken by Russia in the Third Partition of Poland , in In a naval port was built, and its function as a naval base persisted through World Wars I and II, when the city suffered heavy damage, to the present.
It is a deep-sea fishing base and has several schools including a college of navigation and a branch of the Riga Polytechnic Institute.
After the accession of Latvia to the European Union in , the city became a popular summer holiday destination for foreign tourists.