In the morning you'll leave Kaunas on a 2.5-hour drive west to the Lithuanian coast and Palanga, Lithuania´s most popular seaside resort town. Besides its wide beaches, you will visit Palanga Amber Museum. Located in a 19th-century palace, it features a collection of about 28,000 amber pieces, many of which contain insects, spiders, and plants.
Afterward, you'll continue to Klaipe to do a guided walking tour in the port city Klaipėda. Before the check in you'll embark on the Klaipeda sightseeing tour. It begins in Klaipėda's Old Town, known for its old cobblestone streets lined with medieval guild houses.
You'll then visit landmarks like Theatre Square and the Ann from Tharau Fountain, which is dedicated to Simon Dach, a famous German poet born in Klaipėda and which features a sculpture of his muse, Ann.
Afterward you'll take a ferry to the Curonian Spit, a long, thin sand spit that runs 62 miles (100 km) between the Baltic Sea and the Curonian Lagoon.
Dotting this narrow strip of land are sleepy fishing villages, isolated pine forests, and endless sand dunes.
Ferry to the Curonian Spit
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