The Nature House is an environmental educational centre where visitors have the opportunity to learn about environmental sciences – biology, ecology, zoology and other fields of natural science. With pre-application, the Centre is open to all interested parties, and particularly welcomes school groups and families with children.
Zirgu Island (roller skating and cycling track)
In wintertime, it can be used as a ski track, but in summer the track can be used for roller skating and cycling. The paved track is 3 meters wide and 1.2 km long.
What is Liepāja?
Liepāja is the 3rd largest city in Latvia and the 10th largest in the Baltic States. About 70,000 people call Liepāja their home, their place of study and work. Liepāja has a rich history of culture, art and sports. There are events taking place all year long that cater to any taste – from exhibitions of local artists to performances by internationally recognized artists, from classical music concerts to grand beach festivals, from amateur sports competitions to European championships.
Besides the capital, Riga, Liepāja is the only city in Latvia to provide transportation via air, land, and sea. In addition to the traditional rail and road transport, the airline “airBaltic” offers regular flights between Riga and Liepāja, thereby providing connections to more than 60 worldwide destinations. Ferries make several trips a week to and from the city of Travemünde in Germany. Those travelling by yacht can berth it in the Trade Canal at the very heart of the city.
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