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On this tour you will explore the Baltic capitals and enjoy recreation and relaxation on the Baltic coast. Here you will find the longest beaches of the Baltic Sea: hundreds of kilometers of white sand, up to 50 m high dunes and steeply rising limestone plateaus. Together, they shape the beautiful Baltic Baltic coast, which is little known in the rest of Europe. Discover the natural beauties of the Baltics: the shifting dunes of the Curonian Spit, the romantic beaches of the Latvian Baltic Sea and the island worlds of Estonia.
Travel with your vehicle
Excellent onboard facilities
Car up to a height of 1.85m included
11 nights in selected hotels in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia
Dinner in the restaurant of your choice (optional)
Departure from Kiel
The curonian split is probably the most famous destination in Lithuania. There are 5 small villages on the narrow peninsula telling the ancient history, special architecture buildings and enchanting landscapes. The landscape features magnificent sand dunes with views of the Curonian Split and the Baltic Sea. These sand dunes are not only a natural monument, they are also an example of the forces of nature, with 4 villages covered with sand beneath them. After coming to Neringa, do not miss the opportunity to taste fish caught and smoked in the curonian split.
|Reisezeiten und Preise 2019||p.P. ab|
|Saison A - Mai/ Juni/ September||€ 749|
|Saison B - April - Oktober||€ 599|
|Saison C - Juli & August||€ 839|
The indicated prices only give an indication of the expected travel price: Due to our dynamic price system, different seasons in the hotels and possibly alternative hotel accommodations, the travel price may differ. With pleasure we submit you over the button "price request" a tailor made and non-binding offer.
The round trip along Riga Bay takes you to the capital of Latvia via the Estonian resort of Pärnu. About 20 km from Riga, the spa town of Jurmala has old wooden villas, restaurants and a beautiful beach. Overall, Latvia's coast is 500 km long, except for the two emerging port cities Liepaja and Ventspils, this is mostly deserted and invites with fine sandy beaches for swimming and walking. At the most north-westerly point, Cape Kolka, the Baltic Sea meets Riga Bay, a popular vantage point for holidaymakers. Also recommended are excursions in the vicinity of Riga, e.g. Gauja National Park or Rundale Castle, built in Baroque and Rococo style and used as the summer residence of Tsarina Anna Ioannovna. Unfortunately, your trip to the Baltics is coming to an end, you drive back to Klaipeda and start your journey home by ferry to Kiel. Relax once more on board and enjoy the wide sea view!
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