In the interwar period Klaipeda was one of the conflictual points in post-Versailles Europe. It was a place of rivalry between neighboring states – Lithuania, Germany and Poland, so the city became the focal point of interest in the European public eye several times. Because of the Klaipeda seaport importance and its geographical location also the Vilnius press was very interested in the situation of this region. Among the journals representing different political groups were periodicals related to the national movement parties: „Dziennik Wileński” (Vilnius Daily) and „Głos Narodowy” (National Voice) which were the most important ones. Theirs journalists commented on current events and presented the ideas of solution of problems existing in the city. They also judged the actions of all involved groups and countries. Special attention was given to the issue of belongingness of the Klaipeda Region, the significance of its seaport in Poland’s economical development and the role of Klaipeda in the international policy. The article analyzes the information, opinions and concepts concerning the Klaipeda question, published in „Dziennik Wileński” and „Głos Narodowy” in the period of the Second Polish Republic.