The Latvian Pass is the name for a road that runs through both Latvian provinces Riga and Livonia. A Latvian passport is required by all Latvians who wish to travel to other countries, as Latvians must have an identity document in order to enter the country. This allows them to travel to their homeland of Latvia, or anywhere else in Europe, as well as to access numerous international airports and tourist sites around the world. It was created in 1920 and renewed in 1990. There are many options available for traveling to and fro Latvia today.