LITHUANIA –Baltic Sea State, with a population of nearly 3 million, has the unique coastal region of Klaipeda. Today's Klaipėda is known for its Fachwerk-style old town, craftsmen‘s courtyards and cobblestone streets. Curonian Spit is a 100-km-long narrow sand peninsula, which divides the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic Sea. It is one of the most stunning natural attractions in Lithuania, listed by the UNESCO as a World Heritage site. The region is famous for Lithuanian Maritime Museum and Dolphinarium housed in a former Prussian fortress. Amber market, crafts fair and personalized greetings are organized for cruise passengers. Port dues discounts for multiple calls are applied for cruise vessels. The Port can accommodate all cruise vessels operating in the Baltic Sea.