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Motorcycle in the Baltic States


Embark on an exciting motorcycle tour through the Baltic States. On the round trip you will discover the charming landscape and the cultural treasures of the two countries Lithuania and Latvia. Experience, for example, the extraordinary dune landscape of the Curonian Spit on a day trip. While riding your motorbike on the great tracks inland, the best way to get to know the capitals of Vilnius and Riga is on foot.

2 nights onboard

Excellent onboard facilities

No baggage restrictions

Tension straps for fastening the motorcycles are provided on board

6 nights in selected hotels in Lithuania and Latvia

Parking at the hotels available for a fee

Your ferry crossing to Lithuania

Your holiday starts in Kiel aboard our ferry. During the crossing you will enjoy the typical local cuisine, the good sea air on deck or a glass of wine at the bar. For a quiet and relaxed sleep, we offer different cabin types - from the simple inside cabin to the spacious premium cabin with sea view. This will take you overnight from Kiel to Klaipeda, the only seaport in Lithuania and the starting point for your trip to the Baltics on your own motorcycle. Once the city was called Memel and belonged to Prussia for over 500 years. The charming old town with its half-timbered houses and cobbled streets reminds of this time and invites you to linger in the galleries, museums and cafes.

About Kaunas to Vilnius

Stop on the way to Vilnius in Kaunas, the former capital of Lithuania. Turn off your motorbike and explore the old town, which lies on a promontory between Memel and Neris. You can enjoy a wonderful view of the whole of Kaunas by cable car on the other bank of the river Memel. With many new memories, the journey continues into the current capital. Vilnius is the largest city in Lithuania and also bears the name of "Rome of the East" with over 50 churches and cathedrals. Not far from Vilnius is the most visited attraction in the country, the picturesque water castle of Trakai. On the surrounding lakes also water sports lovers will get their money, no matter whether cozy canoe trip or rapid water skiing. You will spend the night in Vilnius at the Comfort Hotel.

Opulent Art Nouveau in Riga

Experience the old Russian tsar times! The next leg will take you through the beautifully restored Bauska Castle and Rundale Castle, which was built in Baroque and Rococo style. The old Hanseatic city of Riga itself is famous for its Art Nouveau buildings and the particularly well-preserved inner city. As a political, economic and cultural center of the country, you will discover, for example, the Riga Castle, the Cathedral, the Schwedentor, the Powder Tower, the Great and Small Guild and the Art Nouveau streets in the new town. If you really want to relax, you will find wonderful sandy beaches along Riga Bay. The Gauja National Park is also worth a visit.

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