The good mood city
Art galleries, theatres, concert halls and museums await and invite fans of new impressions. The most popular site in Lithuania is the Sea Museum and Dolphinarium. It attracts around 400,000 visitors annually and is also located in Klaipeda.
It’s a pleasure to take a break in the old town bars after an interesting walk. An innovative approach to business services and traditional urbanism is combined in the elements of Friedrich’s arcade. The reconstructed bank of the river Dane has become a cozy bar alley. Visitors are always welcome at Klaipeda’s modern hotels.
The Curonian Spit – a unique corner with the highest sand dunes in northern Europe and picturesque resorts – awaits those here for a longer visit. This area is included in the UNESCO Heritage List. The summer capital of Palanga is located half an hour away from Klaipeda.
About 30 festivals are held in Klaipėda annually. The most notable of them are the Sea Festival and Klaipėda Castle Jazz Festival.