Zuvedru Gatve 42, Tartu, Palanga, Lithuania
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Sunset into the Baltic Sea
June: lots of people, but not crowed
Arms of Palanga
Palanga - Kaunas airport
I am going to be in Palanga in july. And then i have to fly from Kaunas airport.
Whats can be the easiest way to get from Palanga to Kaunas airport. And what can be the price?.Is there a straight bus? or something like that?
any information will be good.
Re: Palanga - Kaunas airport
You can find details in English here:
There is possibility to go from Klaipeda directly to airport (Palanga -Klaipeda connections are freequent), but bus depards from the shopping centre "Akropolis") so not sure if you will manage to find it and also if timing is right for you.
Other possibility is to go to Kaunas bus terminal and then use city bus to reach the airport.
For bus connection Palanga-Kaunas use http://www.autobusubilietai.lt/
Re: Palanga - Kaunas airport
Yeah, there is direct bus to Klaipeda from airport. And from Klaipeda to Palanga busses go very often.
For schedule from airport check:
From Kaunas station there are few busses to Planga or Klaipeda. The schedule can be found on:
From airport to Kaunas goes bus nr.29. It goes abour every 30-40 minutes. the ride to bus station takes about 50min., maybe little more during rush hours.
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Travel Tips for Palanga
Looking for Amber?!?!
Legend has it the the amber stones are actually pieces of the Sea goddess Jurate's underwater palace, which was destroyed by perkunas, the god of thunder, when he found out that Jurate had fallen in love with kastytis, amortal fisherman. A sculpture depicting this legend can be found near the Palanga bridge. Near the central path of the Botanical Park is the famous sculpture of Egle, the legendary wife of a sea-serpent.
In this museum many pieces of amber are shown. Also, history of amber is written. Exponated pieces includes ones with various fossils, also very large ones.
Building itself, which stands in the Botanical Garden (look above), was once a manor built by count Tiškevièius. Later (after WW2) Russians desecrated the manor. It was rebuilt as a museum of amber, in the first hall some things owned by the count are also shown. Most of explainations bellow items are in Lithuanian and Russian (because they weren't changed since times of Russian occupation), but at some places new explanations in English and German were added.
Around the manor, there are also interesting things to see - some fountains, many flowers, and also a statue of Blessing Christ, which was imploded by Russians and now rebuilt.
Women-only beach: advices ;-)
Ok, I must admit women's beach was one of my favorite places to go when I used to be on vacation without man's company, but gash, I didn't know some men are such freaks before I started going there! In case you are a woman and decide to go there a) I'm not discriminating people of homosexual orientation, but it's really not a place to find your second-half for gay women. b) don't be alone in the dunes, search for company, c) avoid dunes close to bushes , I know it sounds like a crazy thing from horror movies, but there are old freaks who like hiding there and ..watching. it does not happen often, but sometimes it does. some men should really get treatment, I'm not about normal people here, but.. I should write a book from the adventures in women beach named "naked stories" or something like that! lol
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