Klaipeda is Lithuania's third largest city, located in the north-western corner of the country. Originally founded by Baltic tribes, the city and castle was built by the Teutonic Order in 1252 and named Memel in honor of the river of the same name some 40km to the south. For most of its history, Memel was part of Prussia and large battles with Lithuanian lords took place here. Invasions came from Sweden and Russia and the city was part of the Prussian Kingdom and became a prosperous harbor town. It represented the northernmost city in Germany and Prussia until 1918. After Germany lost the First World War, Memelland was first given free city status and then subsequently annexed to the newly established Republic of Lithuania. It was briefly reabsorbed by Nazi Germany before WWII and then reverted back to Lithuania (the Soviet Union) in 1945. Since Lithuanian independence in 1990, Klaipeda has become one of Lithuania's most buoyant cities with a steadily growing tourist trade.
Bus trip per one trip per person - 2.00 Lt (from kiosk), 2.40 Lt (from bus driver) (€0,58-0.71). Mini bus (microbuses) trip per one trip per person - 2.50 Lt (day time), 3.40 Lt (night time) (€0,74-1.00). Taxi trip per 1 km - 3.00 Lt (€0,87).
Klaipėda city is known for it's main icons: sculpture Annchen von Tarau, located in theater square, old sailing ship "Meridianas" (there were restaurant inside), also there are lots of small sculptures (sculpture of mouse, dog, dragon, chimney sweep, post pigeons and others) hiding in the old town. There are not so many museums in Klaipėda. Some of the most popular include the History Museum of Lithuania Minor, the Klaipeda Picture Gallery, the Marine museum and the Clock museum. Klaipeda's old town is small but interesting. Anika Square has a balcony where Adolph Hitler addressed a crowd. Legend has it that Hilter was annoyed because the statue depicting "Anikė" of the Lithuanian folk tale was not facing him, so he had the statue removed. A replica is now in its place. More information about Klaipėda city highlights you can find in Klaipeda tourism and culture information center 
There are many things to do in Klaipėda. If you like nature - you must visit Curonian spit, which is a 10 minute boat ride from the Old ferry terminal (New ferry terminal for vehicles). In summer time the ferrys are running each 30 minutes, starting from 6 am, till midnight. In other side (Smiltynė) you can visit Sea museum, ethnographic fisherman farmstead, take a walk on the pier, see the white sanded beaches or just take bus to Juodkrante or Nida towns (they are located 18 and 50 km from Smiltyne to south).
If you like clubbing - there are many clubs in Klaipėda. Popular ones include "El Calor" Latino music, "Kurpiai" Jazz club, "Dr. Who", "Martini", "Relax" and "Kiwi".
There is a big and wide sand beach at Smiltynė, full of locals and tourists in the summer. Giruliai and Melnragė beaches are at Northern Klaipėda, big and popular place to visit. The water is clean and warm.
There are many shopping malls in Klaipėda. The biggest one is called Akropolis  and it is one of the biggest shopping malls in the Baltics. There are many things to do in Akropolis: cinema, skating rink, restaurants, shops, 2 supermarkets, gym, pizzerias and so on.
There is a decent selection of Lithuanian and Western restaurants places in Klaipeda, most of which are located around the city's main thoroughfare, H.Manto street, and its continuation into the Old Town, Tiltu street. Main course prices range from €2 at the lower end up to around €20 at the higher end.
If you are looking for snacks, you will find many small bakery's in city center and the Old town, where you can have an easy breakfast, or just a snack. There are also few popular bistros where you could grab a snack, it is "Friedricho bistro" at Herkaus Manto street, and not far from it there is Mažvydo alley "Alėja".
If you are looking for non-expensive lunch you can go almost to each restaurant/bar at try day lunch, from day lunch menu. Mostly in all of the food facilities time when you can eat day lunch is between 11:30 to 14:00. It consists from one soup "day soup" and 2 to 4 main dishes. Approximate price is from 9 to 12 Lt (3-4€).
For dinner in Klaipėda city you should try to visit these places:
There are many pubs and bars in Klaipėda to spend some time just sitting relaxing and drinking. Most of the pubs are located in the city centre and also in the southern part of the city. In the city center there is old warehouse "Memelis" (now it is renovated and working as bar/club), there is brewery inside and you can taste beer that's boiled in the same building. Average price for a pint of beer in city center for pub 5-8 Lt (around € 1.45-2.30). The local brewery is Švyturys (lighthouse) . The "Š" is actually a "sch"-sound and the "y" is pronounced as a long "i". In Klaipeda old town you can find cocktail bars as well: "12th floor", "Viva La Vita", "TaiFun". Klaipėda is known not only for its beer, locals are very into wineries. Almost on every corner you can find a small and cozy winery with huge variety of wines.
In this camping place you can stay in your tent, your camper, camping wagon or stay indoors. Here they can offer to stay in one, hostel alike room with five beds for very reasonable price.
In Klaipėda city you can find non-expensive, hostel, accommodation type facilities. In Klaipėda there are only two hostels. The main one is next to the central train and bus stations, at Butkų Juzės street - "Klaipėda hostel" [www.klaipedahostel.com]. It is pretty small but cozy hostel. The other hostel is bit further from central stations (~1 km). The name of the hostel is "Memel hostel". This hostel was established only at 2011 so they are still pretty young in this business.
Klaipeda is a safe place but like anywhere you have to use common sense. Try and walk with a confident air and never look lost.
The lovely seaside resort Palanga is on the way back to past glory. It is busy with tourists from June to September.