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CURONIAN SPIT – Klaipeda – Palanga


Palanga is the most popular resort of Lithuania on the coast of the Baltic sea. Basanavicius street and the sea bridge is the most popular strolling places in Palanga especially during unforgettable sunsets. The Tiskeviciai palace, the present Amber Museum is situated in the middle of the botanic park and currently is the home for the most valuable amber museum. The museum has the world's biggest collection of amber inclusions. Klaipeda is the third largest city and the only seaport of Lithuania situated on the coast of the Baltic Sea and Curonian Lagoon. The Curonian Spit is a narrow peninsula, 98 km long, separating the Baltic Sea from the Curonian Lagoon. The peninsula is a unique phenomenon with its sand dunes, beach coastline and fragrant pine forests. The Curonian Spit recognised by UNESCO as a part of the World Heritage, is one of the most unspoiled natural spots in the whole Baltic Region. It is also known as the Amber Coast, for the precious amber that was washed onto this shore for many centuries. During the tour You will visit Klaipeda‘s Castle Museum, Lithuanian Maritime Museum, Dead Dunes, the most beautiful panoramic view in Lithuania, Nida’s History Museum, Thomas Mann House-Museum, old fisherman’s houses. Distance from Vilnius – 350 km.

Tour duration 2 days

Car & Guide (minimum 3 persons) 215 EUR / person.
Minibus & Guide (minimum 5 persons) 195 EUR / person
One night in 3 stars hotel in Palanga is included, price of meals is not included.