Drive to the site of Klaipeda Castle, built in 1252. Visit former explosives depot, which now houses museum 39/45 dedicated to Klaipeda’s history before, during and after WWII.
As a complete contrast visit the Klaipeda Old town. Stop in Old Town’s authentic courtyards, where once was the old Postal road connecting Berlin to St. Petersburg. Klaipeda Old Town is a cozy place where distances are short, but the 19th C cobble stones cover parts of the streets.
Enjoy panoramic drive around the city. See Germanic part of Klaipeda, famous red-brick architecture, half-timbered buildings and the place of refuge of Queen Louise in 1807. Continue your drive to see some of the typical residential areas built in Soviet times and get to know about our lives during the Soviet era and now.