With only a few days into 2016, decision-makers in the Lithuanian seaport of Klaipėda glance over their shoulders assessing the previous year, but eyes are already set on the future. Everyone agrees that if it all pans out as planned, Klaipėda in 2016 will be a place to watch.
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Cruise liners bigger and younger
Romena Savickienė, director of Klaipėda’s Tourism and Culture Information Centre (TKIC), said Klaipėda had seen a record number of cruise shi