Discover the Baltics with DFDS
The Baltic countries offer magnificent scenery and beautiful cities rich in heritage and culture. Whether you want to enjoy the native cuisine or stroll along stunning, lengthy coastlines, there is something for everyone. Make a small detour and visit cosy little villages, go shopping and enjoy nature.
Take advantage of our Karlshamn to Klaipeda, Kapellskär to Paldiski or Kiel to Klaipeda ferry crossings and arrive rested and relaxed in your destination.
In Lithuania you will find a fascinating culture, breath-taking nature and fantastic food. The capital city of Vilnius is a mixture of baroque architecture and modern culture, with many stately churches and museums to enjoy.
The country is full of ancient castles, green hills and beautiful medieval edifices. A trip to Trakai Island Castle is a must. Wander across the wooden footbridge from the mainland to reach the fairy tale castle.
Estonia is about to become one of Northern Europe's most popular travel destinations. It has a range of beautiful beaches and ancient forests perfect for adventures involving sports, fishing and camping. Alternatively, stroll along winding avenues in Estonia's largest city, Tallinn. Stop by the magnificent Town Hall Square and admire the impressive architecture. Tallinn is still completely enclosed by a medieval wall. There are several top-class hotels and a rich selection of restaurants, pubs, nightclubs and cafés.
Camping in Latvia
Be impressed by the versatility of Latvia and stop by with your RV in various locations in Latvia. Discover the Latvian Baltic Sea with its remote beaches and coasts and picturesque little villages. Another destination that you should definitely plan is the Latvian capital Riga. The city is often referred to as the "Paris of the East" and belongs to your beautiful old town to the UNESCO World Heritage Site. In and around Riga there are many different options for your perfect camping holiday in Latvia. Also worth a visit is the largest and oldest national park called Gauja. The area attracts many visitors and is known for having the largest number of lakes in the country.