The Baltic Sea coast of Lithuania, an area stretching almost exactly 100km and featuring the three fascinatingly different settlements of Klaipėda, Nida and Palanga, offers visitors to the western perimeter of the country an extreme diversity of options. Home to a busy port and two waterside resorts that couldn't be more different than each other if they tried, the region has witnessed the kind of historical turbulence usually only encountered in historical novels and has since the re-establishment of Lithuanian independence just over two decades ago grown into a serious holiday destination that once discovered isn't easily forgotten.
Klaipėda In Your Pocket continues to dazzle its readers with yet another full update of useful, even-handed information aimed at anyone in the region who can read a bit of English who needs showing the ropes. Still cheap as buttons to visit and at times alarmingly hopeless in the hospitality department, prepare to be captivated by one of the most unusual and unpredictable holiday destinations east of Berlin. Lullabies, pats on the back and proverbial beer glasses in the face as always to email@example.com.