Arrival to Klaipeda

Klaipeda City is situated alongside the Baltic Sea, on beautiful west coast of the Republic of Lithuania. It is possible to arrive to the city by sea, land and air connections.

BY AIR

Palanga International Airport is situated 25 km away from Klaipeda City. Car rental and taxi services available.
More information on available services: www.palanga-airport.lt

BY SEA

Klaipeda City is an ice free port in the Baltic Sea and the only one commercial port in Lithuania capable of accepting large tonnage vessels (more: www.portofklaipeda.lt) as well as an unveiling cruise destination enjoying tremendous growth.

BY CRUISE SHIP:

Cruise ship terminal is situated 800 meters from the city centre or within approximately 8-10 minutes walking distance.
For the list of cruise ships in port that registered to call port of Klaipeda please visit: www.portofklaipeda.lt

BY FERRY:

International ferry terminal is situated 18 km away from the city centre or within 45 minutes drive by taxi or car.
Regular ferry lines for passengers, cars and cargo:
Klaipėda – Kiel (Germany),
Klaipėda – Sassnitz (Germany)
Klaipėda – Karlshamn (Sweden)
More information: www.lisco.lt

BY PLEASURE BOAT:

A modern yacht and pleasure craft port (also called – Castle Harbor) is an unique place in the center of the town where the boats are safe from waves and wind.
For more information on yacht port and services: www.ports.lt

BY ROAD

Distance between Klaipeda and capital city Vilnius is 330 km. A highway system ensures speedy travel for all car drivers.
The nearest border crossing: Nida (Curonian Spit, Lithuania) – Russia (Kaliningrad region).

BY BUS
Klaipėda Bus station is situated 15 minutes walk from the center of the town. For more information on available transport look under the section TRANSPORT.
More information on Klaipėda city bus network: www.klap.lt
More information on other bus services:  www.eurolines.lt

BY TRAIN

Klaipėda Train station is situated next to Bus station, only 15 minutes walk from the center of the town. More information:www.litrail.lt