Liepaja Freight Ferry Port
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Liepaja is located in Latvia's south-west, on the western coast of the Baltic Sea, 223 km from Riga. The Port of Liepaja is the third biggest port in Latvia.
Formerly the Soviet west coast navy base, the port of Liepaja has become an important international transport hub handling the exchange of goods between eastern and western European countries. Over the last ten years, the port's territory has been transformed with the construction of cargo storage areas, modern customs warehouses and cargo-handling terminals. The area of the Liepaja port is currently within the territory of the Special Economic Zone (SEZ), which gives tax reliefs and other advantages to enterprises who establish operations there.
Getting to Liepaja Ferry Port by road
Two main highways, the A9 and A11, connect the city and its port. The A9 leads north-west towards Riga and central Latvia and the A11 leads south to the border with Lithuania and its only port Klaipėda. The ferry port is well sign posted from the city centre.
Brivosta 46 piers, Liepaja, LV-3405, Latvia