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Day Tour: Curonian spit (Neringa) from Klaipeda DFDS

1. Day Tour: Curonian spit (Neringa) from Klaipeda DFDS

The Curonian Spit is 99-kilometer sand-dune spit that runs between Lithuania and Russia, separating the Baltic Sea from a lagoon. Embark on a daylong adventure to explore the highlights of the national park on this private tour. See sand dunes, visit the Russian-Lithuanian border, take in the natural landscapes, and more over the course of the day. Visit a UNESCO World Heritage Site—Curonian Spit Learn about ethnic Curonians and their fishing culture. Stay connected on the journey with onboard Wi-Fi. A private tour means a personalized experience. Plan: 1. 9.20 Start in Klaipeda from DFDS terminal 2. Ferry to Curionian Spit. 3. Amber bay. 4. Hill of Witches. 5. Cormoran colony. 6. The dead dunes. 7. Russian/Lithuanian border. 8. Nida dunes. 9. Sun Clock. 10. Dinner with local smoked fish at "Tik pas Joną". 11. Boat trip in Lagoon 12. Promenade of Nida. 13. Evangelical lutharen Church just go true. 14. Thomas Mann museum. 15. Nida beach. 16. Back to Klaipeda. 17. Klaipeda overview. 19. 18.00 DFDS terminal

Klaipeda: Evening Guided Tour by Wooden Canoe

2. Klaipeda: Evening Guided Tour by Wooden Canoe

This late evening visit will give you a great opportunity to admire the beauty of illuminated buildings and embankments in the quiet atmosphere of a Dane river! We shall explore embankments of the oldest city in Lithuania paddling a canoe lighten by a real torch. We will begin with a briefing, introduction to canoe paddling and will practice some basic canoe strokes. Led by a guide you will paddle towards the Old Town of Klaipeda, exploring the old embankments, mid-century Memel fortifications and finally the old town with its Prussian architecture.

Handcrafted Canoe Tour of Klaipeda

3. Handcrafted Canoe Tour of Klaipeda

You will be collected from the cruise terminal Klaipeda. A quick transfer to the upper reaches of Dane River and you will be ready to paddle. You will begin with a briefing, introduction to canoe paddling and you'll practice some basic canoe strokes. Led by a guide you will paddle towards the Old Town of Klaipeda, exploring the old embankments, mid-century Memel fortifications and finally the Old Town with its Prussian architecture. This is a short, guided tour, so you'll be informed about a lot of interesting facts about the history of this almost 800-year-old town, and of course, you will have the opportunity to take some pictures of you paddling this stylish cedar strip canoe.

From Klaipeda: Curonian Spit Full-Day Private Tour

4. From Klaipeda: Curonian Spit Full-Day Private Tour

Catch the ferry from Smiltyne in Klaipeda and cruise to the sand dunes of the Curonian Spit. Stop en route at the seaside village of Juodkrantė, known for its handsome villas, and explore one of the oldest settlements of the national park (Kuršių Nerija National Park) to soak up its tranquil vibe. Continue to one of the most beautiful sand dunes to marvel at about 80 oak sculptures that form a huge ensemble of witches, demons, dragons and other fairytale characters. Stand in the footsteps of Thomas Mann at the village where he spent his summers and admire the architecture and ancient fishing boats of Nida before going to the natural sundial of the Parnidis sand dune Get stunning views from the observation deck and learn more at the Thomas Mann Memorial Museum. Visit the Amber Museum-Gallery in an old fisherman's house to see all 434 of the original-size wooden amulets dating back to the Stone Ages.

Full Day Klaipeda & The Curonian Split Shore Excursion

5. Full Day Klaipeda & The Curonian Split Shore Excursion

You will meet your professional guide and driver who will whisk you away to the Curonian Spit – a 98-km-long, thin, curved sand-dune spit that separates the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic Sea coast. Famous for its massive dunes and ‘dancing trees’ the spit was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. Its southern portion lies within Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia, and its northern portion is within southwestern Lithuania. Visit Juodkrantė, a quiet seaside resort and the second-largest settlement on Lithuania's part of the spit. Explore the Hill of Witches - a sculpture park that has more than 70 wooden figures, most of which are based on the country’s legends and folk tales. Next, discover Nida, the ‘Lithuanian Sahara’, noted for its magnificent 50-60 meter high sand dunes. Nida is an upmarket holiday resort that boasts beautiful beaches and interesting attractions, such as the fisherman's ethnographic museum, gallery-museum of amber, and a German Protestant (Evangelische) Brick Gothic church. See where German written Thomas Mann built his summer house – now a museum to his life - before enjoying some free time to further explore the area or eat lunch in one of the nearby cafes. After lunch, your bus will take you back to Klaipeda port, where you can reboard your ship, or take some time to visit Klaipėda's beautiful Old Town, only a few minutes away. Inspired by German and Scandinavian architecture, discover a planned street structure that cannot be found anywhere else in the country!

Guided Canoe Tour of the Curonian Spit Lithuania

6. Guided Canoe Tour of the Curonian Spit Lithuania

A unique combination of wind, water and sand has been shaping this narrow strip of land since the beginning of time. Today it is known as the Curonian Spit and it is a UNESCO world heritage site. There is plenty to see here: the migrating dunes, the wildlife, the old fishermen villages and,  last but not the least, the Pervalka Lighthouse. The combination of the spectacular nature, cultural and historical heritage and a truly unforgettable cedar canoe paddling experience makes this tour one of a kind. You will begin with a picturesque ferry transfer to the Curonian Spit. You will travel from Klaipeda to the village of Pervalka, passing Juodkrante with its peaceful embankments. After a short briefing, you will proceed to Pervalka Lighthouse. You will paddle along the shore, enjoying picturesque views of the dunes, the Curonian Lagoon and of course, the main landmark of this trip, the Pervalka Lighthouse. After a short photo opportunity at the lighthouse (no need to risk your own equipment, your guide will take pictures with his camera and a drone) you will paddle towards the dunes. Here you will sit back, have a glass of wine, a cup of coffee or tea and enjoy the view. On your way back you will make two stops, first, at the famous heron and cormorant colony, one of the largest colonies of these birds in Europe, second, in Juodkrante village (formerly known as Schwarzort).

Lithuania/Europe: 5G eSim Mobile Data Plan

7. Lithuania/Europe: 5G eSim Mobile Data Plan

Make your trip to Lithuania hassle-free with your convenient eSIM. Stay connected on your travels with high-speed coverage in Lithuania and another 43 European regions (full list below). Purchase and install your eSIM anytime and anywhere, and choose from a variety of data packages, validity options, and coverage in additional countries. Simply scan the eSIM QR code to access all your essential apps on your trip. Avoid the trouble of managing multiple SIMs with this zero-waste solution. Get one eSIM per device and top up by simply buying and activating additional eSIM plans as you go. Once activated, your coverage will begin according to your selected duration. Most devices released after 2019 are compatible with eSIM (e.g. iPhone XR, XS of models beyond, Google Pixel 4, and beyond). If you are unsure, please check the compatibility guideline photos to confirm eligibility. Network coverage: Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece (including Cyclades), Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy (including Vatican, San Marino, Sardinia), Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal (including Azores and Madeira), Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain (including Canary Islands and Balearic Islands), Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, and Uzbekistan.

Private Klaipeda Shore Excursion: Old Town & Amber Queen

8. Private Klaipeda Shore Excursion: Old Town & Amber Queen

Welcome aboard our Klaipėda City Tour, specifically designed for cruise ship passengers! We pick you up right at the Klaipėda Cruise Ship Terminal and take you on a journey through the charming city. At the end of the tour, you can either stay in town to explore further on your own or we can accompany you back to the terminal. The private walking tour begins at the Klaipėda Cruise Ship Terminal, near the touching Childhood Dream sculpture, which bids farewells and greetings to ships. Take a moment to appreciate the marina before we proceed to the Theatre Square, the bustling 'heart' of Klaipėda city. This square is not only a hub for cultural events but also home to the enchanting Ann from Tharau sculpture. Here, our guide will provide fascinating insights about Klaipėda's old town, architecture, and history. Next, discover the impressive sculptures that pepper the old town. Meet the Cat with Gentleman’s Face, whisper a secret wish to the Magical Mouse, encounter the Dragon on a building wall, and wave to the Chimney Sweep perched on a rooftop. At John’s Hill, learn about the city's fortification system's intriguing history. After exploring the old town, we travel to the Amber Queen Museum, a dazzling showcase of amber from all corners of the world, and rare antique amber pieces. The museum visit is optional, and the entrance fee is not included in the tour price. You may choose to continue your exploration of the old town instead. Your guide will be happy to point out recommended dining options featuring traditional Lithuanian and international cuisines in the old town. This 3-hour tour involves a considerable amount of walking, so it may not be suitable for those with walking difficulties or leg pain. Join us for an unforgettable exploration of Klaipėda, tailored to the pace and preferences of cruise ship passengers.

Žemaitija National Park: Full-Day Canoe Tour with Picnic

9. Žemaitija National Park: Full-Day Canoe Tour with Picnic

Discover the beauty of the largest and deepest Zemaitija lake, famous for its natural, cultural and scenic value. You will be guided through these crystal clear waters, so that you can truly enjoy something what is called the "Wet Wet Experience" - a combination of leisure paddling and a gourmet picnic. You will be taken on a well-known path of the Plateliai archipelago but in a unique, entertaining and memorable way.  Begin your adventure at a quiet and safe lagoon, where paddlers will master their basic canoeing skills with the help of an instructor. You will learn basic strokes, how to handle a canoe and of course safety rules. After, you will paddle to the center of the lake through the picturesque archipelago, where the guide can take some photos of you paddling and of course a couple of them will taken from air with the help of a drone. You'll then navigate to the Castle Island. A castle that used to belong to Lithuanian Dukes stood there in 15th century. After exploring this site, you'll head to another deserted island to have this all favorite picnic basket lunch. Simply sit back, have a glass of wine, coffee or tea and enjoy the view. Once you're finished, head back enjoying the peaceful and mind-blowing sunset.

Klaipeda: Old Town Walking Tour

10. Klaipeda: Old Town Walking Tour

Explore the charming city of Klaipėda on a guided walking tour. See the city's main attractions, including the Cruise Ship Terminal and the Theatre Square. Learn about the city's history and legends from your guide. Start your tour at the Cruise Ship Terminal next to the Childhood Dream sculpture, depicting a boy with a dog. Admire the snowy sails of yachts and small boats in their designated marina, securely protected against the winds and waves. After passing the rotary bridge, get acquainted with the Klaipėda‘s castle history and its future plans. Visit the Theatre Square, which is considered to be ‘the heart’ of Klaipėda and is very popular both with local people and guests to the city. See the beautiful sculpture of Ann from Tharau (lith. Taravos Anikė), fachwerk buildings that are fascinating to many and evoke allusions to Germany. The Blacksmith’s Museum and the History Museum of Lithuania Minor are located in the old town as well. While walking through the old town of Klaipėda, notice that the streets are truly regular here: almost all streets cross at right angles, which creates an impression of order. Learn about the specifics of the layout of the streets, as well as the architectural features and the history of the buildings that line them. See the sculptures that have been decorating the old town for many years and have become a real tourist attraction. See The Cat with Gentleman’s Face (lith. Katinas džentelmeno veidu), once a popular attraction that later disappeared and returned to its place in 2006. Another sculpture - the Magical Mouse (lith. Stebuklingasis peliukas) - is a tiny one and, perhaps, which is what makes it so attractive. According to the authors, the mouse can make your wishes come true: all you need to do is to whisper them in the ear of this creature. See the Dragon (lith. Dragon) sculpture. It was inspired by one of the stories about the emergence of the city of Klaipėda, which you will learn from the guide. And, when approaching the Meridian sailboat, see something strange on the roof of a house: a chimney sweep. The creation of the Chimney Sweep (lith. Kaminkrėtys) sculpture was inspired by the wish to revive the legend of the chimney sweeps, which you will hear from your tour guide. The tour route also includes John’s Hill (lith. Jono kalnelis), where you will have the opportunity to see the only surviving ravelin. Hear lots of interesting things about the fortifications of the centuries-old city, their origins, features, advantages they gave, and, finally, permission to demolish them.

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Our most recommended things to do in Klaipeda

Day Tour: Curonian spit (Neringa) from Klaipeda DFDS

Day Tour: Curonian spit (Neringa) from Klaipeda DFDS

The Curonian Spit is 99-kilometer sand-dune spit that runs between Lithuania and Russia, separating the Baltic Sea from a lagoon. Embark on a daylong adventure to explore the highlights of the national park on this private tour. See sand dunes, visit the Russian-Lithuanian border, take in the natural landscapes, and more over the course of the day. Visit a UNESCO World Heritage Site—Curonian Spit Learn about ethnic Curonians and their fishing culture. Stay connected on the journey with onboard Wi-Fi. A private tour means a personalized experience. Plan: 1. 9.20 Start in Klaipeda from DFDS terminal 2. Ferry to Curionian Spit. 3. Amber bay. 4. Hill of Witches. 5. Cormoran colony. 6. The dead dunes. 7. Russian/Lithuanian border. 8. Nida dunes. 9. Sun Clock. 10. Dinner with local smoked fish at "Tik pas Joną". 11. Boat trip in Lagoon 12. Promenade of Nida. 13. Evangelical lutharen Church just go true. 14. Thomas Mann museum. 15. Nida beach. 16. Back to Klaipeda. 17. Klaipeda overview. 19. 18.00 DFDS terminal

Klaipeda: Evening Guided Tour by Wooden Canoe

Klaipeda: Evening Guided Tour by Wooden Canoe

This late evening visit will give you a great opportunity to admire the beauty of illuminated buildings and embankments in the quiet atmosphere of a Dane river! We shall explore embankments of the oldest city in Lithuania paddling a canoe lighten by a real torch. We will begin with a briefing, introduction to canoe paddling and will practice some basic canoe strokes. Led by a guide you will paddle towards the Old Town of Klaipeda, exploring the old embankments, mid-century Memel fortifications and finally the old town with its Prussian architecture.

Handcrafted Canoe Tour of Klaipeda

Handcrafted Canoe Tour of Klaipeda

You will be collected from the cruise terminal Klaipeda. A quick transfer to the upper reaches of Dane River and you will be ready to paddle. You will begin with a briefing, introduction to canoe paddling and you'll practice some basic canoe strokes. Led by a guide you will paddle towards the Old Town of Klaipeda, exploring the old embankments, mid-century Memel fortifications and finally the Old Town with its Prussian architecture. This is a short, guided tour, so you'll be informed about a lot of interesting facts about the history of this almost 800-year-old town, and of course, you will have the opportunity to take some pictures of you paddling this stylish cedar strip canoe.

From Klaipeda: Curonian Spit Full-Day Private Tour

From Klaipeda: Curonian Spit Full-Day Private Tour

Catch the ferry from Smiltyne in Klaipeda and cruise to the sand dunes of the Curonian Spit. Stop en route at the seaside village of Juodkrantė, known for its handsome villas, and explore one of the oldest settlements of the national park (Kuršių Nerija National Park) to soak up its tranquil vibe. Continue to one of the most beautiful sand dunes to marvel at about 80 oak sculptures that form a huge ensemble of witches, demons, dragons and other fairytale characters. Stand in the footsteps of Thomas Mann at the village where he spent his summers and admire the architecture and ancient fishing boats of Nida before going to the natural sundial of the Parnidis sand dune Get stunning views from the observation deck and learn more at the Thomas Mann Memorial Museum. Visit the Amber Museum-Gallery in an old fisherman's house to see all 434 of the original-size wooden amulets dating back to the Stone Ages.

Full Day Klaipeda & The Curonian Split Shore Excursion

Full Day Klaipeda & The Curonian Split Shore Excursion

You will meet your professional guide and driver who will whisk you away to the Curonian Spit – a 98-km-long, thin, curved sand-dune spit that separates the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic Sea coast. Famous for its massive dunes and ‘dancing trees’ the spit was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. Its southern portion lies within Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia, and its northern portion is within southwestern Lithuania. Visit Juodkrantė, a quiet seaside resort and the second-largest settlement on Lithuania's part of the spit. Explore the Hill of Witches - a sculpture park that has more than 70 wooden figures, most of which are based on the country’s legends and folk tales. Next, discover Nida, the ‘Lithuanian Sahara’, noted for its magnificent 50-60 meter high sand dunes. Nida is an upmarket holiday resort that boasts beautiful beaches and interesting attractions, such as the fisherman's ethnographic museum, gallery-museum of amber, and a German Protestant (Evangelische) Brick Gothic church. See where German written Thomas Mann built his summer house – now a museum to his life - before enjoying some free time to further explore the area or eat lunch in one of the nearby cafes. After lunch, your bus will take you back to Klaipeda port, where you can reboard your ship, or take some time to visit Klaipėda's beautiful Old Town, only a few minutes away. Inspired by German and Scandinavian architecture, discover a planned street structure that cannot be found anywhere else in the country!

Guided Canoe Tour of the Curonian Spit Lithuania

Guided Canoe Tour of the Curonian Spit Lithuania

A unique combination of wind, water and sand has been shaping this narrow strip of land since the beginning of time. Today it is known as the Curonian Spit and it is a UNESCO world heritage site. There is plenty to see here: the migrating dunes, the wildlife, the old fishermen villages and,  last but not the least, the Pervalka Lighthouse. The combination of the spectacular nature, cultural and historical heritage and a truly unforgettable cedar canoe paddling experience makes this tour one of a kind. You will begin with a picturesque ferry transfer to the Curonian Spit. You will travel from Klaipeda to the village of Pervalka, passing Juodkrante with its peaceful embankments. After a short briefing, you will proceed to Pervalka Lighthouse. You will paddle along the shore, enjoying picturesque views of the dunes, the Curonian Lagoon and of course, the main landmark of this trip, the Pervalka Lighthouse. After a short photo opportunity at the lighthouse (no need to risk your own equipment, your guide will take pictures with his camera and a drone) you will paddle towards the dunes. Here you will sit back, have a glass of wine, a cup of coffee or tea and enjoy the view. On your way back you will make two stops, first, at the famous heron and cormorant colony, one of the largest colonies of these birds in Europe, second, in Juodkrante village (formerly known as Schwarzort).

Lithuania/Europe: 5G eSim Mobile Data Plan

Lithuania/Europe: 5G eSim Mobile Data Plan

Make your trip to Lithuania hassle-free with your convenient eSIM. Stay connected on your travels with high-speed coverage in Lithuania and another 43 European regions (full list below). Purchase and install your eSIM anytime and anywhere, and choose from a variety of data packages, validity options, and coverage in additional countries. Simply scan the eSIM QR code to access all your essential apps on your trip. Avoid the trouble of managing multiple SIMs with this zero-waste solution. Get one eSIM per device and top up by simply buying and activating additional eSIM plans as you go. Once activated, your coverage will begin according to your selected duration. Most devices released after 2019 are compatible with eSIM (e.g. iPhone XR, XS of models beyond, Google Pixel 4, and beyond). If you are unsure, please check the compatibility guideline photos to confirm eligibility. Network coverage: Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece (including Cyclades), Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy (including Vatican, San Marino, Sardinia), Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal (including Azores and Madeira), Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain (including Canary Islands and Balearic Islands), Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, and Uzbekistan.

Private Klaipeda Shore Excursion: Old Town & Amber Queen

Private Klaipeda Shore Excursion: Old Town & Amber Queen

Welcome aboard our Klaipėda City Tour, specifically designed for cruise ship passengers! We pick you up right at the Klaipėda Cruise Ship Terminal and take you on a journey through the charming city. At the end of the tour, you can either stay in town to explore further on your own or we can accompany you back to the terminal. The private walking tour begins at the Klaipėda Cruise Ship Terminal, near the touching Childhood Dream sculpture, which bids farewells and greetings to ships. Take a moment to appreciate the marina before we proceed to the Theatre Square, the bustling 'heart' of Klaipėda city. This square is not only a hub for cultural events but also home to the enchanting Ann from Tharau sculpture. Here, our guide will provide fascinating insights about Klaipėda's old town, architecture, and history. Next, discover the impressive sculptures that pepper the old town. Meet the Cat with Gentleman’s Face, whisper a secret wish to the Magical Mouse, encounter the Dragon on a building wall, and wave to the Chimney Sweep perched on a rooftop. At John’s Hill, learn about the city's fortification system's intriguing history. After exploring the old town, we travel to the Amber Queen Museum, a dazzling showcase of amber from all corners of the world, and rare antique amber pieces. The museum visit is optional, and the entrance fee is not included in the tour price. You may choose to continue your exploration of the old town instead. Your guide will be happy to point out recommended dining options featuring traditional Lithuanian and international cuisines in the old town. This 3-hour tour involves a considerable amount of walking, so it may not be suitable for those with walking difficulties or leg pain. Join us for an unforgettable exploration of Klaipėda, tailored to the pace and preferences of cruise ship passengers.

Žemaitija National Park: Full-Day Canoe Tour with Picnic

Žemaitija National Park: Full-Day Canoe Tour with Picnic

Discover the beauty of the largest and deepest Zemaitija lake, famous for its natural, cultural and scenic value. You will be guided through these crystal clear waters, so that you can truly enjoy something what is called the "Wet Wet Experience" - a combination of leisure paddling and a gourmet picnic. You will be taken on a well-known path of the Plateliai archipelago but in a unique, entertaining and memorable way.  Begin your adventure at a quiet and safe lagoon, where paddlers will master their basic canoeing skills with the help of an instructor. You will learn basic strokes, how to handle a canoe and of course safety rules. After, you will paddle to the center of the lake through the picturesque archipelago, where the guide can take some photos of you paddling and of course a couple of them will taken from air with the help of a drone. You'll then navigate to the Castle Island. A castle that used to belong to Lithuanian Dukes stood there in 15th century. After exploring this site, you'll head to another deserted island to have this all favorite picnic basket lunch. Simply sit back, have a glass of wine, coffee or tea and enjoy the view. Once you're finished, head back enjoying the peaceful and mind-blowing sunset.

Klaipeda: Old Town Walking Tour

Klaipeda: Old Town Walking Tour

Explore the charming city of Klaipėda on a guided walking tour. See the city's main attractions, including the Cruise Ship Terminal and the Theatre Square. Learn about the city's history and legends from your guide. Start your tour at the Cruise Ship Terminal next to the Childhood Dream sculpture, depicting a boy with a dog. Admire the snowy sails of yachts and small boats in their designated marina, securely protected against the winds and waves. After passing the rotary bridge, get acquainted with the Klaipėda‘s castle history and its future plans. Visit the Theatre Square, which is considered to be ‘the heart’ of Klaipėda and is very popular both with local people and guests to the city. See the beautiful sculpture of Ann from Tharau (lith. Taravos Anikė), fachwerk buildings that are fascinating to many and evoke allusions to Germany. The Blacksmith’s Museum and the History Museum of Lithuania Minor are located in the old town as well. While walking through the old town of Klaipėda, notice that the streets are truly regular here: almost all streets cross at right angles, which creates an impression of order. Learn about the specifics of the layout of the streets, as well as the architectural features and the history of the buildings that line them. See the sculptures that have been decorating the old town for many years and have become a real tourist attraction. See The Cat with Gentleman’s Face (lith. Katinas džentelmeno veidu), once a popular attraction that later disappeared and returned to its place in 2006. Another sculpture - the Magical Mouse (lith. Stebuklingasis peliukas) - is a tiny one and, perhaps, which is what makes it so attractive. According to the authors, the mouse can make your wishes come true: all you need to do is to whisper them in the ear of this creature. See the Dragon (lith. Dragon) sculpture. It was inspired by one of the stories about the emergence of the city of Klaipėda, which you will learn from the guide. And, when approaching the Meridian sailboat, see something strange on the roof of a house: a chimney sweep. The creation of the Chimney Sweep (lith. Kaminkrėtys) sculpture was inspired by the wish to revive the legend of the chimney sweeps, which you will hear from your tour guide. The tour route also includes John’s Hill (lith. Jono kalnelis), where you will have the opportunity to see the only surviving ravelin. Hear lots of interesting things about the fortifications of the centuries-old city, their origins, features, advantages they gave, and, finally, permission to demolish them.

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Overall rating

4.8
(34 reviews)

This was a super-super cool thing to do. Exciting and fun and very-very relaxing. The tranquility of the place is amazing, but even more amazing were Janis and Boris, our guides on this tour. They are extremely competent and incredibly friendly. I recommend this tour wholeheartedly to anyone who cares for nature, or wants to enjoy an untouched corner of the planet. If you are acquainted with those famous BBC productions of David Attenborough and always wanted to be in their place when he gets to watch a yellow warble, a lapwing or a majestic white-tailed eagle, this is your chance!

We loved the tour SO MUCH, it was an unforgettable experience! My husband still talks about how happy it made him and I agree in 1000%! The tour was super interesting, the Canoes were beautifully crafted and the vibe of Klaipeda at night is something different! Thank you so so much!

We saw a lot in the space of a day. The area is very beautiful and worthy of a visit. Highly recommend the Amber Museum tour (audio in English available). Witches Hill was a surprisingly fun portion of the visit - great to hike among the trees.

Really good! Our tourguide was very nice and he gave us brief stories about the history of Klaipeda. Would absolutely recommend!

nice communicative guy. great equipment and everything well organized!