Routes

The Stories of Dangė Riverbanks
From mid. 16th to the late 18th c. the port of Klaipėda was established on Dangė river. The city development began with the Memelburg Castle, built at the confluence of Dangė and Memel on 29 July...
“I loved you, Klaipėda...”
This route was dedicated to the 120th birth anniversary of Ieva Simonaitytė, the writer of Klaipėda region. The writer lived in Klaipėda in 1921–1938. We will take a walk on the streets of that...
The Unseen Seaside
Once you reach your destination – the centre of Karklė, a former fishermen’s town, you will be greeted by the red brick building, housing the Visitor’s Centre of the Seaside Regional Park. you...
The route of discoveries for families: an exciting journey through the history of the kingdom
Our journey starts at Tauralaukis bus stop. Bus no. 14 will take you there. We shall first visit the Tauralaukis Manor. The Tauralaukis Manor (Germ. Kleine Tauralauken) was first mentioned in 1539. I...
The Bachmann manor: between dedication and intrigue
This route is tailored for travellers interested in the historical secrets of the region. Bus no. 17 and 18 as well as minibus no. 10 and 21 can take you to this location from the city centre. It is...
Sacred Places of Plungė
We begin our route at the monument for St. Florian, standing in the intersection between Laisvės avenue and Vytautas street near the building of Plungė Municipality. After getting to know the of we...
Plungė Park
We begin our route at the main gate of the park, located near Plungė District Tourism Information Centre. This Centre is established in the former house of the guard of Ogiński family manor. Near a...
Plungė Then and Now
Plungė city is established on both sides of Babrungas, the influx of Minija River, on the western edge of the Samogitian Upland in the western part of Lithuania. Currently Plungė district belongs a...
Treading down the Walkways of Prussian Queen Louise
This route takes you on a journey to find all of the signs within the Old Town left by Queen Louise of Prussia. From 1807 until 1808, Memel was the temporary capital of Prussia, so the royal family...
Through the doors of time
This route invites you to take a trip, during which you will see the main – both existing and already gone – objects in the center of Kretinga town. The journey begins in the Town Hall Square. In...
The count Tiškevičius residence in Kretinga
The tour is meant for all, who are interested in the history of the Tiškevičius Manor and the Tiškevičius family. The Kretinga Manor Mansion, which was established in the 16th century, is the of...
Along the alleyways of the Tiškevičius park
For those yearning for nature, serenity, and peaceful walks, we invite you to the Kretinga Manor Park.The tour starts at the Kretinga Manor Mansion. As soon as the visitors enter the territory the on...
Signs of War in Klaipėda
Horrific military actions in the area have left a clear footprint in the memories of the local people. Two world wars, numerous battles, revolts, and other conflicts have greatly impacted the region....
Along the Danė River
This route is perfect for active recreation and getting to know the city better. Take a pedalo or a boat. Unfortunately, you will be able to enjoy only the area between Jonas’ Hill and Pilies and a...
Seaside route
Cycling enthusiasts will definitely appreciate the Western Lithuanian bicycle route stretching across the park. This is one of the most beautiful bicycle routes in Lithuania, which goes along Plazė...
Herkaus Manto Street
We invite you to take a leisurely stroll along Herkaus Manto Street, to see the numerous buildings, monuments, and memorial plaques, to stop by the ever jovial cafés, and to fully experience the at...
What Can the Old Town Cat Tell Us?
If the Old Town Cat could talk, it would most probably have a lot of interesting stories to tell us. There have been many times when it was abused and even stolen, but, like a phoenix rising from its...
When Klaipėda was known as Memel
During the Middle Ages Nemunas, the largest river in Lithuania, used to be referred to as Memel, while the Curonian Lagoon was regarded as a part of the river and thus the castle built on the shore a...