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Eco-friendly travel guide to Klaipėda advises how to be a responsible tourist. Learn how to explore the attractions in a sustainable way and how to respect the local people and culture. Make your trip green by supporting locally owned hotels, organic restaurants and other businesses. Read more on how to protect the environment by making conscientious choices and how to travel green in Klaipėda, Lithuania.


  • Air quality: 3.4 / 5
  • Exploring by foot: 3.5/ 5
  • Exploring by bicycle: 3.0 / 5
  • Public transportation: 4.0 / 5
  • Parks: 4.2 / 5
  • Outdoor activities: 4.4 / 5
  • Locals' English level: 3.6 / 5
  • Safety: 4.1 / 5
  • Accommodation: US$24 - $40
  • Budget per day: US$125 - $264

Responsible Travel

Are you a tourist who wants to visit Klaipeda but as a responsible traveler? If yes, you have some specific responsibilities. While visiting the country, you must not disrespect or cause harm to the local community or environment. As a responsible traveler, one must opt for public transports and electronic vehicles like available buses, metro trains, trams to cause minimum harm to the environment. One must opt for eco-friendly hotels. A traveler must prefer buying and using local businesses and artists' services rather than international brands.


Air Quality and Pollution

Air pollution is the main environmental factor influencing our health. It affects all groups but the group of children and elderly are the most affected. The air quality of Lithuania is relatively good but the high level of particulate matter is a level of high concern. The 2017 European environment Agency data reveal that the annual average level of PM 2,5 emissions in the country has exceeded the average EU range. The increase in the PM particle results in 3350 deaths in the country each year. Before traveling to Klaipeda, bear in mind the health concerns of youngsters, older people, and other people suffering from breathing or cardiovascular problems or allergies. The poor air quality affects the Lithuanian population by fewer healthy life years via increased levels of disease and premature deaths and significant economic impacts.


Respect the Culture

Klaipeda is Lithuania‘s only port and it is the third-largest city of Lithuania and is the The northernmost ice-free port on the Eastern coast of the Baltic Sea. Livonian Order in 1252 founded the city. It is Lithuania’s oldest city and also one of the oldest on the Eastern coast of the Baltic Sea. Klaipeda’s official language is Lithuanian but many residents speak foreign languages including English, German and Russian. Klaipeda's rich cultural life truly can astonish a visitor and Klaipeda is the host for international events like the Baltic Tall Ship Races, International Castle Jazz Festival, Lights Festival, And Sea Festival and these events are great tourist attractions. Klaipėda is a great place to be a student. This seaside city is Lithuania's third-largest city. Klaipėda's mix of natural seaside attractions, lively arts scene, varied shopping, and entertainment, make it a vibrant, enjoyable place to visit.


Top 10 Places to Visit

• Curonian Spit and the Kursiu nerija national park - The Curonian Spit is a long sand peninsula that separates the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic Sea, it is approximately 98km long. This long sand peninsula has its southern half in Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia, and it's northern half in southwestern Lithuania. Formed about 5,000 years ago from a glacier, winds and sea currents generate enough sand to keep the Curonian Spit above sea level. The spit is the home of the highest moving dunes in the European continent. It has dunes that are as high as 60m (196ft) in some places, the width of the spit varies greatly – from a minimum of 400m (1,312ft) in Russia to a maximum of 3,800m (12,467ft) in Lithuania. The spit’s best beaches are along its northern shoreline. Kuršių Nerija National Park was established in 1991 to protect the unique ecosystems of the Curonian Spit and Curonian Lagoon. There are a lot of ecological communities that are found in the national park, from the spits outer beaches to dune ridges, wetlands, meadows, and forests. The spit and lagoon are a popular feeding and resting ground for a large number of migratory waterfowl, and it is estimated that up to as many as 10 million birds may stop here during their spring and fall migrations which makes it a great place for tourists to visit this place during the spring months. The Curonian Spit & Kursiu Nerija National Park are UNESCO World Heritage protected and efforts to combat wind and tide erosion through reforestation of the area are undergoing. The Curonian Spit & Kursiu Nerija National Park can be visited by car from Kaunas and by boat from Nida.

• LITHUANIAN sea museum - It is an aquarium and a museum. It was founded in 1975 and is the only museum of its kind in the Baltics. Lithuanian Sea Museum collects, preserves, and promotes marine life of all kinds including the ship. Among the almost 100,000 creatures and exhibits to be found here are large tanks of tropical and other fish, outdoor pools for penguins, and a dolphinarium that as well as providing entertainment in the form of live shows and sea lions also provides therapy for sick children. It is a must-visit place for tourists visiting Klaipeda one must also be sure to stop and visit the display of stranded ships on the road that leads to the main complex. The Lithuanian Sea Museum can be reached by ferry from the Old Ferry terminal or the New Ferry Terminal in Klaipėda. Ferries might carry bicycles, cars, and buses as well as separate people on foot. One more way to reach the Museum is taking a passenger boat departing next to the Old Ferry terminal. As you reach the other shore, you may choose to walk the distance to the Museum, hire a horse-drawn coach or take a mini train.

• SCULPTURE THE BLACK GHOST - It is a statue of a hooded ghost that is climbing its way up from the water body. This immense bronze sculpture is known as the Juodasis Vaiduoklis in Lithuanian, is 2.4 meters (7.8 feet) in height, and casts a creepy vibe. It is Sculpted by Svajunas Jurkus and Sergejus Plotnikovas. The sculpture holds a lantern in one hand, and his second hands, sinister fingers grip the dock. As a man without a face, he slithers ominously.

• SCULPTURE THE GOLDEN MOUSE - It is a cute little golden mouse sculpture in Klaipeda and is a must-visit for tourists. It has an interesting story related to it is said that Once upon a time, there was a tiny Golden Mouse who had a big goal in life there were Not many things that made sense in his life, but he believed that if he by toiling hard could get close to his mountain of adoration, everything else would fall into place. He had no plan. He just knew he had to climb it. Moved by restlessness, the Golden Mouse started his quest. An adventure of his own, to prove (to himself and himself only), that he was more than a small rat and was at the very bottom of the food chain he wondered How dare nature place him in such low esteem, he thought, for mice are majestic creatures, small in size, but big in bravery. The mouse was occupied by thoughts until he sees something shining on the horizon: a lake. In the silver-blue watery mirror, amidst the chaos of constellations, was the reflection of his beloved Mount Haku. The mouse instinctively dove in, hoping to kiss the mountain As he leaped into the lake, he soon realized that his quest was unsuccessful but, as he continued to wallow, the mouse felt a tinge of satisfaction as the waters supported him so graciously. This place is a must-visit for any tourist visiting Klaipeda

• Meridians - One should not miss the sailboat Meridian while spending time in Klaipėda Old Town. Its lily-like white color and past great sails can be noticed from a distance showing the way to the Danė River. The Meridian was one of the other 48 sailboats built in Finland as compensation for war losses with the Soviet Union, the Meridian ship started sailing in1948, in the Finnish city of Turku The Meridian came from Finland to the shores of Klaipėda and from there started its journey as a training ship. During its 20 years of exploitation, this seafaring symbol visited many European and African harbors, while being the training sailboat for many famous Lithuanian and Latvian sailors. The last shore of Meridian ship was Klaipėda port. In 1971, Meridian was moored at the Danė riverbank in the middle of Klaipėda city. From the time it was docked at Klaipeda a restaurant was opened on board for people. The ship was then sold and it kept changing hands and was poorly maintained. Further, a time came when it started to sink so the people of Klaipeda who were emotionally attached to the meridian arranged for its reconstruction. It was reconstructed and is put up in the Dane river again and is thrown open for the people and tourists.

• AKROPOLIS - It is the largest mall in Klaipeda and the sixth-largest mall in Lithuania. It was built by Vilniaus Akropolis in the year 2005, and it has on one side a four-story building for parking and has an Olympic-sized ice arena. It has several cinema halls, bowling arena, restaurants, casinos, and other entertainment venues. It has clean toilets and has all big brands including Nike, Adidas, H&M, Zara, and many more.

• MUSEUM OF CLOCKS - It was opened on 27 July 1984. The clocks and watches of the end of the 19th, the beginning of the 20th century consist of the basic part of the museum. The Clock and Watch Museum consists of three parts: development of clock and watch constructions; development of clock and watch-making styles. If you want to know what makes times pass look no further than the museum of clocks this museum explores the human measurement of time, from the earliest sundials to the latest quartz-powered Swiss watch, touching on water clocks, candle clocks, and other ways of measuring time. the exhibition looks at the evolution of design and form in clocks over the past centuries. The sundial garden can be worth the price of admission, on sunny days.

• SCULPTURE OF CAT - Sculpture is made from granite and bronze, located on Blacksmith street. The sculpture of "A cat" is one of many Klaipėda sculptures. It is a beautiful sculpture and has a very relaxing and shady park alongside it. The sculpture is truly beautiful with the body of the cat and the face of a gentleman. It is a must-visit place for a person visiting Klaipeda.

• Klaipėda Sculpture Park-Klaipėda Sculpture Park (also known as Martynas Mažvydas Sculpture Park) is located in central Klaipėda. This park is one of the key artistic landmarks in the town and more than 40000 people are buried there with .it was created in 1977 and is spread over 12.2 hectares and is maintained by the History Museum of Lithuanian minor. It is truly artistic and is a must-visit site for a tourist.

• Klaipeda old town- The old town part of Klaipeda is very charming with its stone roads and beautiful buildings, but it's quite small compared to other towns in the country. You could spend an hour walking around and see most of it. Take a look, enjoy some restaurants then go to the old ferry terminal and take the quick boat to the Curonian Spit. Both things can easily be done in a day. It is a must-visit for any tourist visiting Klaipeda.


Explore

Go to the world's most unexpected and beautiful place which has a really great natural park, amazing statues and beautiful beach and really great and historical museum.


City Parks

• Klaipeda sculpture park - It is a modern and green park with more than 100 modern art stone sculptures. It is an L-shaped park and is also known as Martynas Mažvydas Sculpture Park.it was created in 1977 and is spread over 12.2 hectares and is maintained by the History Museum of Lithuanian minor. It is truly artistic and is a must-visit site for a tourist.

• Karkar park - This huge highwire adventure park close to the city center provides expert training and security for both children and adults. It is a different track with varying difficulty for all ages. It has trampoline and climbing activities. A huge variety of activities such as basketball, volleyball, tennis courts, also playing areas for kids and obstacle laps. You can buy coffee, delicious ice cream, and many other things in the cafeteria or take a walk in a quiet place. A place worth a visit

• Sąjūdžio parkas - Great place to walk or ride for two or a scooter. There are children's playgrounds.it has a Football pitch and small football pitch, basketball court, 2 stadiums and one of them even 400 m. jogging trails, turnstiles, BMX / skate park, and still outdoor exercise equipment near.it has Several bodies of water, and it is possible to feed ducks.


National Parks

• Curonian Spit national park - It is also known as the Kurisu Marija national park. Kuršių Nerija National Park was established in 1991 to protect the unique ecosystems of the Curonian Spit and Curonian Lagoon. There are a lot of ecological communities that are found in the national park, from the spits outer beaches to dune ridges, wetlands, meadows, and forests. The spit and lagoon are a popular feeding and resting ground for a large number of migratory waterfowl, and it is estimated that up to as many as 10 million birds may stop here during their spring and fall migrations which makes it a great place for tourists to visit this place during the spring months. The Curonian Spit & Kursiu Nerija National Park are UNESCO World Heritage protected and efforts to combat wind and tide erosion through reforestation of the area are undergoing. The Curonian Spit & Kursiu Nerija National Park can be visited by car from Kaunas and by boat from Nida.


Beaches

• Melange beach - As a tourist, it’s a beautiful beach. The sand is so small and white, the water is very clear and sometimes warm. It’s very crowded, even on workdays but enough space for a family to settle down. Lifeguards are on watch in the public area. It has toilets and showers.

• Smiltyne - It is a very beautiful and clean beach. It is not very crowded and is perfect for spending your weekend in a very stress-free environment. This beach is huge and is almost never-ending, one can just have a relaxing walk along the coast on weekends and it also has a small hill behind itself, giving an astonishing view of the beach itself.

• Girulių paplūdimys - The nice beach for sunbathing. There is a bar, a children's playground, a volleyball court, and changing rooms. There are also lifeguards on duty during the season. The seawater is also very clean. The beach is divided into 2 parts. One part is active leisure, the other is calm leisure designed for parents with kids or simply calmer folks. There is also a small place for observation for people who do not like swimming or sunbathing to just sit and chill.


Landmarks

• SCULPTURE THE GOLDEN MOUSE-It is a cute little golden mouse sculpture in Klaipeda and is a very famous landmark. The mouse is a beautiful masterpiece created by sculptors of bronze and stone. The mouse is said to have magical powers and it grants wishes if you whisper your goodwill in your ear and believe in the miraculous power of the mouse then the wish will certainly come true.

• SCULPTURE OF CAT-Sculpture is located on Blacksmith street and is made from granite and bronze. The sculpture is one of many Klaipėda sculptures. It is a beautiful sculpture and it is alongside a beautiful park. The sculpture has the body of the cat and the face of a gentleman. It is a very famous landmark.

• SCULPTURE THE BLACK GHOST-one of the most famous landmarks in Klaipeda is a statue of a hooded ghost that is climbing its way up from the water body. This immense bronze sculpture is known as the Juodasis Vaiduoklis in Lithuanian, is 2.4 meters (7.8 feet) in height, and casts a creepy vibe. It is Sculpted by Svajunas Jurkus and Sergejus Plotnikovas. The sculpture holds a lantern in one hand, and his second hands, sinister fingers grip the dock. As a man without a face, he slithers with an eerie vibe.


Museums

• LITHUANIAN sea museum-it was founded in 1975 and is the only museum of its kind in the Baltics. It is a museum as well as an aquarium. Lithuanian Sea Museum not only collects but also preserves and promotes marine life of all kinds including the wrecked ships. There are more than 100,000 creatures and exhibits to be found here are large tanks of tropical and other fish as well as outdoor pools for penguins and a dolphinarium for the dolphins that provides entertainment in the form of live shows and also provides therapy for sick children.

• MUSEUM OF CLOCKS- opened on 27 July 1984 it is a museum of clocks. The clocks and watches of the end of the 19th, the beginning of the 20th century consist of the basic part of the museum. The Clock and Watch Museum consists of three parts: development of clock and watch constructions; development of clock and watch-making styles. If you want to know what makes times pass look no further than the museum of clocks this museum explores the human measurement of time, from the earliest sundials to the latest quartz-powered Swiss watch, touching on water clocks, candle clocks, and other ways of measuring time. The exhibition looks at the evolution of design and form in clocks over the past centuries. The sundial garden can be worth the price of admission, on sunny days.


Eat

The restaurants are traditional and also has a European food touch in it.It is a paradise for the vegans as well as the non vegans.The food is fresh and is mouth-watering.


Traditional Local Restaurants

• Ethno dvaras - It provides really good mushroom soup, cepelinai, and bacon. The pancakes and good ice cream are very tasty. Delicious beer, wine, or ale is also served and is high in demand. You can also order great coffee, bread drink or tea. The warm and welcoming ambiance of this restaurant makes guests feel relaxed and have a good time. A lot of people have noticed that the staff is accommodating at this place. If you want to experience spectacular service, ETNO DVARAS should be the priority of your list. Etno dvaras is amongst the best traditional restaurant in Klaipeda.

• Stora Antis - Stora Antis is a must-visit during any trip to Klaipeda. Stora antis serve Lithuanian food in a 19th century stone basement. The homemade borscht served with Lithuania’s dark rye bread is to die for. The staff and the restaurant officials are very pleasant, sometimes even treating customers to vodka shots and sharing the long history of the building. Stora Antis has an ample menu with numerous options, thus we suggest it as a stop for all visitors to Klaipeda looking to taste the highest quality Lithuanian dishes.


Vegetarian and Vegan

• Monai-it is a very cozy restaurant and offers really tasty food.it is a vegan-friendly restaurant and has a really good waiting staff. the food is cooked with very fresh ingredients and is cooked with great passion.it is a pocket-friendly restaurant and a must-visit restaurant.

• Piccolini šeimos restaurants-it is a very beautiful restaurant and is also dog friendly. It offers cozy and lovely Italian dishes. The wine is very tasty and the service is super fast. It is child-friendly and has a really clean and hygienic washroom. Their pizzas are something to die for.


Street Food

• IQ BARAS - Cozy place with a nice outdoor terrace. Reasonable prices, quick service. Small menu but a great place for a quick lunch.it is a never disappointing place and besides burger, it also offers the best hamburger and salads.it has friendly staff and the restaurant is price effective. Burgers, salad, and beer would be the best combo for one to have in Klaipeda.

• Meet lovers Klaipeda - It is a restaurant which offers great food.it has a great scenic view and having a great meal alongside a great scenic view would be truly relaxing, so it is a must-visit in Klaipeda


Drink

The wine and vodka are the drinks served here. There are different wine which is served and it is truly a heaven for the alcoholics


Tap-water

The tap water in Klaipeda is drinkable. Always take extra precautions while drinking tap water. There was no general information available in WHO data about safely managed drinking water in Lithuania but the tap water is pure and healthy at Klaipeda.


Organic Cafés

• Grin grin - Healthy food and natural products shop with a raw food and juice bar inside. Has seating for people opting to dine in. It is a must-visit for a health-conscious person.

• Baltos Lėkštės - Serves meat, vegan options available. Italian restaurant offering vegan pizza, cauliflower steak, and spaghetti. Also, serve some gluten-free options. Nice interior design, cozy, the fried bread with vegan cheese and pizza with vegan cheese are something to taste along with the botanical pizza.


Breweries

• Svyturys Bhouse - It is a perfect place for beer lovers, it has a very friendly staff, the food is something to be appreciated. The environment of the restaurant is really good and is a total must-visit for a beer lover visiting Klaipeda. One must visit the rooftop and also try different variants of pizza’s

• Dock craft beer and burgers - The most delicious burgers and chicken wings you can get! The atmosphere is great, the staff is very attentive and helpful, and the food is seriously delicious. It has a wide selection of beer taps, chili barbecue chicken wings are osam, perfect balance of sweet and mango/chili source


Activities

Make sure that klaipeda be your next international trip location.The great culture,food and museums would truly make it your dream location.The place also has great activities which should truly be explored and done.


Yoga and Retreats

The art of practicing yoga helps in maintaining an individual’s mind, body. It also helps in managing flexibility, muscle strength, and body tone. After a busy and hectic schedule, people should find a way to rejuvenate, and doing yoga is the easiest way to reduce stress. The most famous yoga center in Klaipeda is Jogos or laisvalaikio studija "BŪKIME KARTU".


Accommodation

With access to a range of quality and affordable accommodation options, you’ll find the perfect place to live in Klaipeda. Green hotels:


Green Hotels

Some of the top green hotels of Klaipeda are • Radisson Blu hotel • Michaelson boutique hotel • Hotel Euterpe


Hostels and Guest Houses

• Kubu guest House • Molo uzeiga inn • Aismares • Guesthouse polish Jim’s


Apartments

If you would want a place for yourself at the end of a day, an apartment or flat is the best home away from home. Furnished rooms and kitchen facilities give groups and families the flexibility to enjoy downtime separately or plan the next day’s activities over a shared meal. Often available for short and long-term. Some of the famous apartments in Klaipeda are • Kubu loft studia • Jono kalnelis • Sky lux apartments


Couchsurfing

Couchsurfing is a traveling group with millions of members worldwide and is the best way to experience Klaipeda like a local. Reach out to over hosts in Klaipeda to discover unique places to stay and locals to stay. Use Couchsurfing to find accommodation in Klaipeda, meet up with locals and travelers, and more.


Camping

Klaipeda nature is quite a perfect setting for camping or glamping. Around the country, sites offer beautiful accommodation with all the modern amenities a guest needs. Some of the best camping sites in Klaipeda are: • Dreverna Camping • Vila media • Olando kepure


How to Get There

EEA citizens and non-EEA citizens who are visa-exempt (e.g., US, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia) need only produce a valid passport for the entirety of their stay in Klaipeda. All other nations need visas along with a valid passport.


Air

Klaipeda is 28 km from Palanga Intl Airport (Palanga, Lithuania). There are 6 airlines operate out of Palanga Intl Airport. Palanga Intl Airport offers nonstop flights to 3 cities. Every week, at least 9 international flights depart from Palanga Intl Airport. It is the third-largest airport in Lithuania and focuses on short and mid-range routes to European destinations and also international destinations.


Bus

One can reach Klaipeda from International bus connections to Latvia (Riga and Riga (Airport)) and Estonia (Tallinn). There are 2 major bus companies in Klaipeda


Train

There are many train lines to reach Klaipeda some of them are • Viking train (Klaipeda to Istanbul) • Sun train(klaipeda to lianyangung) • Baltic train(Klaipeda to Astana) • Mercury train(Klaipeda to Moscow)


Hitchhiking

If you have a little time, and you only want to travel some miles, you could try purchasing the world's best footpath maps and walk some miles a day over some of the most beautiful and clearly-marked paths, whether it is in a valley, through a forest, or over mountains. There are good kilometers of well-maintained and documented hiking trails, and it is usually safe and adventurous.


Others

Cars are the significant mode of transportation over destinations for common tourist within the border of Lithuania. There are 2 lane routes to Dilute and 4 lane routes to Kaunus and Palanga.


Moving Around

A good Lithuanian transport system is enough to spoil you with swift and punctual trains, clean buses and a lot of different modes of transport. There are also various options to take different modes of transport for rentals.


Walk

Klaipeda offers lovely walking. The established trails with their distinctive yellow signposts take you through some stunning lakes and mountain scenery. Walking is truly the best way to explore the city.


Bicycle

Cycling in Klaipeda County is one of the most enjoyable ways to explore more of this part of Lithuania. Some of the best cycling routes in and around the city are • Beach of North Joudkrantė – Immer an den Dünen entlang Loop from Klaipėda • Birutės parkas – South Palanga Cycle Route Loop from Klaipėda • South Palanga Cycle Route – Birutės parkas Loop from Palanga • Strand – Immer an den Dünen entlang Loop from Klaipėda


Electronic Vehicles

In recent years the electric vehicles & components have been growing pretty fast in Klaipeda FEZ with the development of electric buses by Dancer Bus and newly joined German member Baltijos Eukutecas, which is the major supplier of an electric wire system to Dancer Bus.


Public Bus

Tickets on city-owned buses currently cost €0.80 from kiosks or €1.00 if bought directly from the driver. The buses can only be boarded through the front door. A solitary machine for validating tickets can be found next to, or somewhere very near to, the driver. Probably the most useful bus for visitors is the N°8 which runs from the bus and train stations down through the middle of the city and south to the suburbs via the massive Akropolis shopping center. A new fleet of grey, green, and orange city-owned buses has recently been introduced, which unlike any other public transport in the country has manually operated doors for getting off. Push the small buttons on the handrails to open the doors. The flash-looking electronic screens at many bus stops are as good as useless, operating under a system that defies any logic whatsoever. Klaipėda’s superb, privately-run minibus (maršrutinis taksi) fleet runs around the clock. Flag one down anywhere in the street and tell the driver when you want him to stop. Tickets cost €0.95 between 06:00 and 23:00, and €1.50 at all other times. There are only now four private routes left. The rest of the city’s minibusses are run by the city, follow a formal schedule, and only stop at official bus stops.


Tram, Train and Subway

Passenger trains leave Klaipėda station for Vilnius and Radviliškis and Both of these routes have intermediate stops in various towns like Kretinga, Telšiai, Plungė, Šiauliai, and Kėdania.


Sustainable Shopping

Klaipeda is a dreamlike holiday destination for all. When it comes to shopping, Klaipeda is equally mesmeric and fantastic. One must be all means carry a piece of extra luggage when visiting Klaipeda because the Lithuanian city has loads to offer. Some of the famous picks are stylish clothes, perfumes, accessories, and most importantly chocolates. The huge beautiful Malls are well lighted and are mesmerizing. Klaipeda is filled with thrill and fun


Food Markets

Inviting market stands that offer local food or unique art and accessories are truly a place where the visitor would be lost for hours just exploring the market. Some of the best food markets in Klaipeda are:- • Sensis turgid • Cia, firmness skyrius, Cia Market • Miammiam


Flea Markets

Klaipeda shows the travelers’ stunning scenery, and the flea markets mostly make up most of the splendid landscape. Klaipeda hosts some of Europe’s loveliest and most rewarding flea markets. Some of the famous flea markets are: • Senasis turgus • Dituva Flea Market • Naujasis turgus • Tilzes turgus • Čia


Second Hand Stores

Klaipeda is a heaven for the thrift and the miser. Shopping at a second-hand shop is no longer about finding the right design for yourself, but it’s about finding the right history that you would happily boast. Some of the famous second-hand stores in Klaipeda are : • Draugas Draugui • Humana • Lombardas


Eco-Fashion

process of creating a useful change in developing fashion products. It also includes the fashion system to achieve greater ecological integrity and social justice. The most famous brands which make eco-fashion clothes and accessories in Klaipeda are : • Tako fashion • Rupki shop


Recycling

Waste management and recycling is a very important part in the functioning of the city. Klaipeda has multiple recycling centers some of them are:- • Kuusakoski • Ekonovus, Klaipedos regiono padalinys


Waste

Klaipeda's waste management system which was established in 2003 is known as Klaipeda region waste management or KRATC.KRATC consists of 7 municipalities that create a unified effective waste management system in the region


Work and Study Abroad

Students gathering from different countries such as EEA, EFTA, and EU can find work during the duration of their study as an alternative way to earn. People not from the EU are treated in quite a different way. A student must complete at least 6 months in a university before he is allowed to work.


Exchange Student

Klaipėda is a cultural and business hub that transforms into a resort for the summer season.

One will have no difficulties finding their way around the city and enjoying the local culture. Over 80% of the native youth and a large chunk of the older generation speak English.

Lithuania is a member of the EU and Schengen Agreement, which means you can explore neighboring countries and Central Europe without a border without a passport.


Au Pair

An au pair is a helper who generally belongs to a foreign country and who is working for or living as part of, a host family in another city or country. Au pairs help the family by taking responsibility for childcare and some housework and receive a monetary allowance for personal use. A large number of opportunities are available for Au pair in Klaipeda.


Volunteering

Volunteering is the process when a person voluntarily undertakes to do service for an organization generally free of cost. Opportunities at Klaipeda are available for professionals, nurses, doctors, and healthcare professionals.


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