New Mobile Number
Trailer / Caravan
Book a ferry to Klaipeda with AFerry. Ferries to Klaipeda, in Lithuania, are available from Germany and Sweden. You can take a ferry to Klaipeda from Karlshamn, Kiel and Trelleborg.
Klaipeda Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Klaipeda are operated by DFDS and TT-Line. Because 2 ferry companies operate in and out of Klaipeda, comparing can be very useful to help you find the best price at the best time for you. When you search for a ferry to Klaipeda, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select.
Klaipeda ferries with DFDS and TT-Line are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Klaipeda will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
Klaipeda is the third largest city in Lithuania and being the only port city, it has been invaded by various cultures like the Curonians, Germans and the Livonians in the past. This has lead to Klaipeda being influenced by all these cultures and developing into an intriguingly ethnic and multicultural city.
Klaipeda is a relatively small city and most of its population constitute of the working class people. There are very few sightseeing places in Klaipeda but what little there is will definitely be a rewarding experience. Some of the places of interest would be the St. Mary's and St. John's churches, the drama theatre built in 1857 and Mazvydas Sculpture Park with over 180 quirky art works to mention a few.
You can find great bargains and souvenirs in the old parts of the town and in the markets on theatre square.
Ferries to and from Klaipeda
DFDS LISCO operates fully equipped cruise ships on these routes that offer utmost comfort while onboard. These ships offer a wide range of facilities which include spacious and luxurious cabins, restaurants and bars onboard, children's play areas and duty free shopping onboard.
Klaipeda is located in Lithuania by the Eastern coast of Baltic Sea and being the only ferry port in Lithuania, there are several ferry connections to Germany and Sweden each week from Klaipeda ferry port. The deep water port of Klaipeda is aptly suitable to accommodate large cruise and freight vessels and hence Klaipeda port authority has been given a go ahead to further develop the cruise terminal to accommodate the growing number of passengers passing through Klaipeda ferry port each year. All Klaipeda ferries can be booked through AFerry
Klaipeda port facilities
Klaipeda ferry port offers a wide variety of facilities within the passenger ferry terminal such as restaurants and bars, souvenir shops, a bureau de change, a cash machine, an internet cafe and taxi services. Post office, payphones and hotels are available near the ferry terminal.
The passenger and cruise terminal at Klaipeda are undergoing a huge face lift that is expected to be completed in 2011 to render modern and quality services to all the passengers passing through the port.
Central Klaipeda Terminal (CKT), Baltijos ave.40, LT-93239 Klaipeda, Lithuania
02 Dec 2018celojums
Review by NIKOLAJ
05 Feb 2017ok
Review by Norbertas Jokubauskas
07 Jul 2014well
Hi, The most unexpected drawback for me were the reclining seats. I am a little over 180 cm tall and it was a struggle for me to fit my feet between the seat in front of me. Luckily nobody was sitting in front and the seat was not lowered for sleeping purposes. Since there was someone sitting behind me, I did not dare to lower my seat. Well, because of that I honestly had close to no sleep actually. I have sailed several times to Sweden and Finland before (not DFDS ships) but for similar price I had at least a bed in the shared cabin. So I can not agree with the current pricing completely. The breakfast was good enough, for the price asked at least, but I did not find the choice of salads to my liking. I only found one mixed salad to try and it was a rather sour tasting (red), most likely Lithuanian national, but I would have preferred any caesar or waldorf formula instead. P.S. I was on that route/ship first time and I could not find the entrance to the reclining seats room at first since those are not marked on the maps of the deck. Anyway, it all was ok in total, except the extremes of reclining seat issues. I might consider ships from Stockholm next time since sleeping before driving further is essential =) Best Regards, J.M. firstname.lastname@example.org
Review by Janar Muerkhain
22 Dec 2012brilliant journey!
I was travelling, fist time and it was a brilliant journey!
Review by Andrei
07 Oct 2012A dream instead of driving through Poland!
I have driven from Italy to Lithuania several times but this was my first time through Kiel via Ferry. Fantastic! I havn't seen a Traffic-light in the whole trip. If you are thinking about it, just do it: GO Ferry!
Review by Tony Meschino