Ferries Ventspils Nynäshamn

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Next departures to Ventspils - Nynäshamn

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Sat, 12/02/2023
22:00
Stena Line
stena Scandica
Sun, 12/03/2023
19:30
Stena Line
Stena Baltica
Sun, 12/03/2023
23:59
Stena Line
stena Scandica
Mon, 12/04/2023
23:59
Stena Line
Stena Baltica
Mar, 12/05/2023
23:59
Stena Line
stena Scandica
Wed, 12/06/2023
23:59
Stena Line
Stena Baltica
Thu, 12/07/2023
23:59
Stena Line
stena Scandica
Fri, 12/08/2023
23:59
Stena Line
Stena Baltica
Sat, 12/09/2023
22:00
Stena Line
stena Scandica
Sun, 12/10/2023
19:30
Stena Line
Stena Baltica

Next departures to Nynäshamn - Ventspils

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Sat, 12/02/2023
21:30
Stena Line
Stena Baltica
Sun, 12/03/2023
11:00
Stena Line
stena Scandica
Mon, 12/04/2023
09:00
Stena Line
Stena Baltica
Mon, 12/04/2023
21:30
Stena Line
stena Scandica
Mar, 12/05/2023
21:30
Stena Line
Stena Baltica
Wed, 12/06/2023
21:30
Stena Line
stena Scandica
Thu, 12/07/2023
21:30
Stena Line
Stena Baltica
Fri, 12/08/2023
21:30
Stena Line
stena Scandica
Sat, 12/09/2023
21:30
Stena Line
Stena Baltica
Sun, 12/10/2023
11:00
Stena Line
stena Scandica

Ventspils

Ventspils
Information about Ventspils
Ventspils is a town in northwestern Latvia in the historical Courland region of Latvia, and is the sixth largest city in the country. At the beginning of 2017, Ventspils had a population of 39,286. It is situated on the Venta River and the Baltic Sea, and has an ice-free port. The city's name literally means "castle on the Venta", referring to the Livonian Order's castle built alongside the Venta River. Ventspils holds the national record for the highest temperature ever recorded in Latvia with 37.8 °C (100.0 °F) on 4 August 2014.
Ventspils has a 600 mm (1 ft 11 5?8 in) narrow gauge train; a beach and dunes and an observatory with a telescope and digital planetarium.

Nynäshamn

Nynäshamn
Information about Nynäshamn
Nynäshamn is a locality and the seat of Nynäshamn Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 13,510 inhabitants in 2010.

While interest in the area as a potentially useful port grew from the mid 19th Century, it was only with the opening of the railway to Stockholm in 1901 that Nynäshamn started to develop.

During the early 20th Century, Nynäshamn also became well known as a spa town, though most such facilities were closed down before the end of World War I. Main industries arrived through Telegrafverkets verkstäder (the factories of the Government owned telephone company) in 1916 and an oil refinery built in 1928-29 by Axel Ax:son Johnson & Co. The latter still remains though under different ownership and under the name Nynas.

Nynäshamn was the venue of the Olympic sailing regatta in 1912.
Nynäshamn, which lies about 60 km south of Stockholm, is well known for being one of the places on the Swedish mainland from where ferries to the island Gotland depart. This is a hugely popular destination for Swedes of all ages in the summer months. The Polferries terminal also offer regular routes to Gda?sk in Poland. Several cruise ships on tours in the Baltic Sea also stay in the harbour, because they are too large to go into Stockholm.

A harbour party is hosted each summer, as well as local craft fairs. During these events a steam train often runs routes to and from Stockholm. During the summer months, the harbour is packed with boats of all sizes, and bustles with both visitors and locals. There are a number of eateries and boutiques with locally made produce. The main town is mainly modern and the buildings uninteresting generally. A library and one screen cinema is centrally located, and a limited amount of shops catering to mainly to local trade.

Many people in Nynäshamn live in apartment blocks, situated in estates, although there are none more than 10 stories high. There are also plenty of villas scattered throughout the town, and terraced houses. Life in Nynäshamn is generally relaxed, in contrast to the bustle of Stockholm. The surrounding nature and sea provides plenty of photographic opportunities, once you get out of the town centre. Crime is low.

Nynäshamn is served by Stockholm commuter rail (Pendeltåg) and several bus routes.


Customer service 6 days a week

Customer service 6 days a week from Monday to Friday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM / 3:30 PM - 19:30 PM, Saturday 09:00 AM - 1.00 PM.