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Klaipeda, Lithuania

If you are coming to majestic Lithuania, it is likely that you will come to Klaipeda, which is the third largest city of the country. The city was founded by Baltic tribes and was called Memel after a river with the same name. Here are some fast facts about this Lithuanian city that you would like to know before making your travel plans.

Klaipeda has been an important part of the history of the country, and therefore, if you are willing to explore the historical side of Europe, this city can offer you an incredible stock. It was a harbor town that was also a part of the much well known Prussian Kingdom. After the country got its independence in 1990, the city gained more significance as a modern city.

The city of Klaipeda is the gateway to the 99 kms of sand dunes named Curonian Spit. Other places that you can check and explore include Lithuanian Sea Museum, Delphinium. Smiltynės, The Castle Museum, The Blacksmith's Museum and Clock Museum.

You can reach Klaipeda via ferry through Kiel and Sassnitz, or you can take a train or flight from the cities of Kaunas and Vilnius. For travelling in the city, the car rentals are a decent choice and much within the budget. You can take the chance of travelling to many parts of the city that are often not easy to reach with public transport.

Most international and local car rentals for Klaipeda can be booked online. It is advisable that you book your hotels and cars in advance for the summer months as there is huge tourist traffic during that time. Also, there is an option to check the capital city of Vilnius, which has many churches and historical attractions. Klaipeda can certainly be your destination in Europe with a twist.

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