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"Ferry Klaipeda-Karlshamn, beginning of August 2016"
We had a pleasant transfer despite the fact that we, due to unclairity on the website, had not reserved a hut and had to sleep on the adjustable chairs (after reserving we got the message that these chairs had been reserved for us, so we thought that no huts were available). We appreciated the atmosphere on board, especially that it became quiet after 10.30 PM. The quality of the breakfast was good especially in relation to the priceRead More Read Less
Located at the mouth of the River Dane in Lithuania is the city of Klaipeda. It lies at the point where the river flows into the Baltic Sea and is the third largest city in Lithuania. Having at various points in its past been ruled by the Duchy of Prussia, the German Empire and the Soviet Socialist Republic, the city has a rich and varied past. This heritage makes the city an interesting place to visit with most attractions located in the city centre. Some of the city's older buildings have picturesque half-timbered construction, similar to that found in Germany, France, England, Denmark and southern Sweden.
The city's mainly ice-free port has an important role to play in Lithuania's transport network. It provides a connection to the country's land, sea and railway routes from east to west. The port caters for both passenger traffic and cargo, and has a number of stevedoring companies, ship repair and ship building yards. The port lies to the south west of the city and offers passenger ferry services to Kiel and Karlshamn.
The Swedish town and port of Karlshamn lies on the Baltic Sea coast and is a charming little town with an interesting history and a lovely archipelago on its doorstep. The area around the town changes from the many lovely islands and beauty spots located along the coast to the lush forests found further inland. There are many things to see and do in and around the town. For a bit of peace and tranquillity, head out to the archipelago and take in the stunning scenery. If you enjoy fishing the town has some of the best salmon fishing in the world, or you could go on a wildlife safari, explore and experiment with science, walk or cycle along the river Mörrum or enjoy the party atmosphere at one of the largest and liveliest town festivals in Sweden. If, however, you are looking for something a little more cosy then why not explore the town itself and take in its many shops and cafes.
There are regular ferry services from Karlshamn to Kiel in Germany, Klaipeda in Lithuania and St. Petersburg in Russia.