Klaipeda, Lithuania

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Formerly known as Memel, Klaipeda is a unique historic city - with its roots that go back to the days of German knights - and it's a gloriously royal city, too, as Klaipeda was once the capital of Prussian Kingdom. Today Klaipeda is a modern city, known for its creative, innovative design and architecture and, even more for its friendly and welcome people. Being the third largest town in Lithuania, this relatively small town is well known for its grand annual events including the Jazz festival and Sea festival. The cultural scene offers everything from the internationally-known music concerts to sizzling jazz clubs, bars and countless museums and galleries.

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  • Old Town Klaipeda Old Town Klaipeda

    Famed for its magnificent theatre building, this Old Town features narrow cobblestone walkways, charming buildings and small, unique sculptures that are hidden throughout its narrow streets.

  • Amber Museum Amber Museum

    Housed in an elegant 19th-century Neo-Renaissance style mansion with a botanical garden, this museum features thousands of amber pieces (many with insect inclusions) as well as one of Europe's largest pieces, the Amber Sun.

  • Sea Museum Sea Museum

    Located in a 19th-century fortress, the Lithuania Sea Museum comprises exhibitions of marine nature and history of navigation. Today the museum houses aquariums with fish species from Lithuania's fresh waters, the Baltic Sea and tropic seas, as well as a permanent exposition of prepared samples of marine fauna.

  • Soviet Nuclear Weapons Site Soviet Nuclear Weapons Site

    Tucked safely away in Zemaitija National Park, this former nuclear missile launch site now features a Museum of Militarism and offers guided tours of its mine shaft and underground tunnels.

  • Zemaitija National Park Zemaitija National Park

    Covered in lush green forests and brilliant blue lakes, this gorgeous nature reserve is the perfect place for outdoor enthusiasts to hike or simply take in the splendor of their surroundings. Note: Zemaitija National Park is 70 kilometers away from Klaipeda

  • Curonian Spit Curonian Spit

    According to legend, a giantess created this drifting sand-dune spit. The national park and UNESCO World Heritage Site extends down into Russia and separates the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic Sea.

  • Klaipeda Castle Bastion Klaipeda Castle Bastion

    The remains of this centuries-old fortress are perhaps the most telling exhibit within the popular Klaipeda Castle Bastion museum, which reveals the history of Klaipeda Castle Bastion museum through a range of artifacts.

  • Kretinga Kretinga

    One of Lithuania's oldest cities, Kretinga features a cozy Franciscan monastery and church with a 17th-century unique altar, as well as a museum of Lithuania's countryside and lifestyle heritage that is situated inside a charming old mill house.


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