Klaipėda is the third biggest city in Lithuania situated in the Western part of the country, just near the Baltic Sea. The city is the only ice-free sea port and the important economical, educational and transportation center in a country. It has a population of 151, 227 inhabitants (2017).
Klaipėda is a seasonal city: it becomes vibrant, busy and full of tourists recreation center from early May until beginning September. The city can offer a great range of outdoor recreation activities: sailing in the sea, picturesque bicycle tracks, Lithuanian Sea Museum and Dolphinarium, easy access to clean and sandy beaches. Klaipėda is also famous for its annual outdoor summer festivals: Klaipėda Castle Jazz Festival in June and Sea Festival at the end of July.
Klaipėda‘s climate is oceanic, but very close to being a continental. Winters are cold to mild, and summers are warm. In July and August, the warmest season, high temperatures average 20 °C (68 °F), in January and February, the coldest season, high temperatures average 0 °C (32 °F) with low temperatures averaging −5 °C (23 °F). “. Klaipėda also has a railroad and a bus stations, a harbour, international ferry port, 27 hotels, 1 state University, 4 Catholic chapels, a synagogue, around 10 museums, 2 national theaters, dozen of shopping malls, 2 cinemas.
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