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Ferries Klaipėda

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Ferries to Klaipėda Port connections and services

Klaipėda is a city in Lithuania located at the mouth of the Nemunas River and the third largest city in the country, after Kaunas and the capital Vilnius.

The port of Klaipėda is situated opposite the Curonian Peninsula, which separates the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic Sea. It was founded in the 13th century and today plays an important role in maritime transport, being the country's only ferry terminal, from which merchant and passenger ships sail all year round to the rest of Europe.

With ferries from Klaipėda, operated by the two ferry companies DFDS and TT-Line, you can reach Germany and Sweden. The ports of arrival in Germany are Kiel, Rostock and Travemünde. In Sweden there are only two, Karlshamn and Trelleborg.

Ferry departures from Klaipėda are operated all year round and take from 13 to 38 hours, depending on the route chosen, to reach their destination.

The Klaipėda ferry terminal has toilets, a café-bar and a car park for short stops, but being close to the city centre you can easily reach the main sights as well as hotels, pharmacies, supermarkets and shops.

Klaipėda ferries About Klaipėda

Klaipėda is a port city with a rich history where you can breathe in the German spirit and the Scandinavian charm of the Baltic Sea.

With ferries to Klaipėda you can escape from the hectic city life and take long walks at the harbour admiring the sea. The waterfront is characterised by wide pedestrian zones where you will find numerous restaurants. You can taste stuffed potatoes, typical cold cuts and traditional hot and cold soups.

Discover the historical centre, where you will find some of the most important sights such as the castle ruins and its museum, and retrace the highlights of the city's history. In the theatre square you can admire the neoclassical architecture and go shopping in the many shops, you can also buy typical Baltic amber handicrafts. If you are travelling with children, take them to the Sea Museum! There are tanks with tropical fish, dolphins and seals.

Interesting and special is a visit to the many 'talking' statues that adorn the whole city: just frame the QR code with your phone and the statues will tell you their story. There is also a sculpture park in the city, which houses hundreds of works of art by contemporary sculptors.

If you want to relax on one of the beaches along the coast, you can take a ferry from Klaipėda to the beautiful Curonian Peninsula (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), a narrow strip of sand about 100 km long characterised by sand dunes hiding characteristic villages. For centuries this strip of land was inhabited by the Curonian people, who gave it its name. Today, the population has completely assimilated with the locals, but there are still traces of typical architecture and handicrafts in the various villages on the peninsula. In 2000, the entire peninsula became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The whole area is a natural paradise for hikers, mountain bikers and those who simply want to spend a day at the beach.

 

How to reach the boardings

 

DFDS Terminal

Address: Central Terminal, Baltijos Av. 40 Klaipėda

GPS coordinates: 55°41'03''N 21°08'40''E

 

Terminal TT-Line

Address: Minijos g. 180 Klaipėda

GPS coordinates: 55°39'13.44''N 21°9'57.27''E

 

Klaipėda Port is about a 30-minute walk from the city centre and about 20 minutes from the railway station. Lithuania's capital Vilnius can be reached in 3 hours by car.

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