Klaipeda is Lithuania's only port and the only non-freezing port on the Baltic Sea in the North. The port has become famous for the celebrations of the Sea Festival held annually in August for almost 100 years. Lithuania's most distinct feature is its cuisine. It abounds in flour dishes, dumplings, and similar. The national dish is the Zeppelins, in northern Poland also known as Kartacze, large dumplings stuffed with meat, cream, and pork crackling.
Tomas Venclova was born in Klaipeda, but for his activities in the resistance movement and the fight for human rights, he was forced to flee to the United States where he became a lecturer at Yale University. He was a friend of Czeslaw Milosz. He translated into Lithuanian dozens of Polish poems by Norwid, Szymborska, and Herbert.
Apartment 318 Klaipeda with an area of 58 sqm offers a comfortable atmosphere for relaxation. It is decorated in a style drawing from nature and includes cozy wood. It features a fully equipped kitchenette and a living area with the possibility of preparing an extra bed for two. The apartment also features a separate bedroom with a king-size bed and a comfortable bathroom with a shower. The biggest advantage of the Klaipeda Room is its large private terrace with a view of the Seaside Landscape Park and the Baltic Sea.
The apartment includes an album of beautiful manor houses and palaces in Lithuania.