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Motorhome tour through Poland and the Baltic states

Trip programme:

Day 1: Arrival in Sopot
Independent arrival at a campsite in Sopot.
Meeting with the members of the group. Dinner together in a local restaurant.  
Day 2: Sightseeing Gdansk - Gdynia - Sopot
Meeting with a local guide at the campsite. In the Baltic Sea resort of Sopot, take a relaxing walk on the 512-metre-long pier. In Oliva, visit the impressive cathedral and enjoy an organ concert. Exploration of the port city of Gdynia and extensive tour of the Old Town of Gdansk with many cultural and architectural sights and highlights. Opportunity for a lunch break in a typical Polish restaurant. Return to the campsite.
Day 3: Gdansk - Elblag (approx. 21km)
The journey continues today to Elblag. On the way, we recommend a visit to the imposing Malbork Castle. The medieval castle is the largest brick building in Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was once the most important castle of the Teutonic Order. Arrive in Elblag and check in at a campsite. Free time at your disposal.
Day 4: Boat trip on the Elblag Canal
A big highlight awaits you today – a unique boat trip on the Elblag Canal. From a technical point of view, it is one of the most interesting navigational routes in Europe. The canal deals with the 99.5m difference in water levels by means of a system of slipways, locks, dams and safety gates. Five slipways carry boats across dry land on rail-mounted trolleys. Lunch break in a local restaurant with Polish specialities. Return to the campsite.
Day 5: Journey to Mikolajki
Today you have a variety of sightseeing opportunities on the further route: a charming Olsztyn town, an impressive pilgrimage church Swieta Lipka, a bunker Wolf's Lair or Gizycko town surrounded by many lakes. Check-in at a campsite in Mikolajki. Dinner in a local restaurant.
Day 6: Stay in Mikolajki
Today is at your leisure. Time for relaxation, spa and wellness, boat excursions, nature walks and bicycle tours.
Day 7: Mikolajki - Kaunas - Vilnius (approx. 350km)
Today you say goodbye to Poland. The onward journey takes you to Vilnius. On the way, we recommend a visit to the second largest city in Lithuania – Kaunas. You can enjoy a breathtaking view of the old town with its red roofs and towers from Aleksotas Hill. Near Kaunas, in a picturesque landscape, you will find a real diamond of the Baroque – the Pazaislis Monastery and Church, which are considered the most beautiful architectural buildings of this era in the country. Arrive in Vilnius, check-in at a campsite. Time at your leisure.
Day 8: Excursion to Vilnius and Trakai
Guided tour in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, with its most famous sights: the magnificent Gate of Dawn, the imposing Cathedral Square, the Baroque St. Peter and Paul’s Church or the late Gothic jewel – St. Anne’s Church, which the Emperor Napoleon wanted to carry back to Paris on his palm, the ensemble of Vilnius University, which is one of the oldest universities in Central Europe, the “Uzupis” district of the Independent Artists' Republic.
In the afternoon, we will take you to the “city on the water” – Trakai. This picturesque town is famous for its medieval castle and ethnic minority Karaites. In a typical wooden house, you will taste the traditional Karaite cuisine. Back to Vilnius to your campsite.
Day 9: Vilnius - Siauliai - Rundale (approx. 300km)
Today we continue our journey to Latvia. On the way, in the north of Lithuania, near the town of Siauliai, lies the Hill of Crosses. Covered with thousands of crosses, this place is a symbol of the Lithuanians' indomitable will for freedom and their deep folk piety.
Continue across the Lithuanian-Latvian border to the next destination - Rundale Palace. Overnight stay in the car park of Rundale. Dinner in the restaurant with Latvian specialities.
Day 10: Rundale - Gauja National Park (approx. 170 km)
Guided tour of Rundale Palace, which is one of the most important monuments of the Baroque and Rococo art in the Baltic States and is often referred to as the “Versailles of the North”. We also recommend visiting the ruins of Bauska Castle. Continue to Koknese. This small town is famous for its castle ruins, which stand on a peninsula jutting into the Daugava. Continue your journey to Gauja National Park.  Check-in at the idyllically situated campsite by the lake.  Time at your leisure.
Day 11: Sightseeing Gauja National Park
Guided bus excursion to the beautiful Gauja National Park. Magnificent landscape with many castles, spectacular views of untouched nature, many hiking trails and much more to relax and just enjoy the time. You will visit Sigulda and Turaida castles, the Gutman’s Cave and the town of Cesis. Lunch break in a rustic tavern. Back to the campsite. Rest and relaxation.
Day 12: Cesis - Sangaste - Waide (approx. 170km)
Continue via Valmiera and the Latvian-Estonian border to Sangaste. Today’s programme includes a guided visit to Sangaste Castle, which is modelled based on the famous Windsor Castle in England. Opportunity for a coffee break in the restaurant of the castle.  The route continues through beautiful Estonian landscapes to Waide. Check-in at a campsite, time at your leisure.
Day 13: Excursion to Tartu
Guided bus excursion to the beautiful university town of Tartu. During a walking tour with your local guide, you will discover the Town Hall Square with the Fountain of Kissing Students, the famous Tartu University, St. John’s Church and its unique terracotta figures, the mighty ruins of the Cathedral with its skeleton of cross vaults and much more. Afterwards, there is time for a lunch break and your own discoveries. Return to the campsite in late afternoon.
Day 14: Waide - along Lake Peipus - Toila (approx. 200km)
Today there are many sightseeing opportunities along the route: Alastkivi Castle; the villages of the Old Believers; the Orthodox nunnery Pühtitsa in Kuremäe with its worth seeing cathedral, the border town Narva with the Hermann Castle and many more. Meeting point and check-in at a campsite in Toila. Free time at your disposal.
Day 15: Stay in Toila
Today is at your free disposal. Time for relaxation, spa and wellness, take a hike in the nature or walk on the beach.
Day 16: Toila - Lahemaa National Park - Tallinn
Today brings you a scenic highlight as you travel to the natural paradise on the Baltic Sea beach – Lahemaa National Park. A landscape with peninsulas reaching far into the sea, and restored manor houses Palmse, Sagadi and Vihula, is one of the most beautiful places in Estonia. Other objects worth seeing in Lahemaa National Park are the waterfall Jägala, the high moor of Viru Raba, the legendary “captain’s village” Käsmu, fishing village Altja with typical farms and the historical tavern where traditional dishes are served. Meeting point and check-in at a campsite in Tallinn.
Day 17: Excursion Tallinn
Today you will discover the beauties of Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, on a guided bus excursion. The Old Town presents itself as a carefully maintained medieval gem that is unique in Northern Europe and, therefore, rightly listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The old Hanseatic city on Tallinn Bay has many historical and cultural sights such as the magnificent Town Hall, the Cathedral, the well-preserved city walls with towers, the Guild Houses, St. Nicholas and Holy Spirit Churches and many more. Afterwards, there is time for a lunch break and your own discoveries. Return to the campsite in later afternoon.
Day 18: Tallinn - Saaremaa Island
Today your way leads to an extraordinary beauty of Estonia, to the islands Saaremaa and Muhu. Sleepy fishing villages, windmills, thatched houses and wildly romantic landscapes make the island an unforgettable experience for visitors. On the way to the island of Saaremaa, we recommend a stop in the dreamy little town of Haapsalu, located directly on the seaside. It has many colourful wooden houses, medieval Castle surrounded by the legend of the “White Lady” and beautiful promenade characterise the town. Ferry ride from Virtsu to Kuivastu. Continue to Kuressaare to a campsite. Free time at your disposal.
Day 19: Excursion Saaremaa
Guided bus tour of the contrasting island of Saaremaa. The highlights of Saaremaa include: Kuressaare castle, Angla with the windmills, Karja with St. Catherine’s Church, Kaali with the meteorite crater, the steep coast of Panga, the Massilinn Order Castle, the Mihkli Farm Museum and many more. Lunch break at a local restaurant with Estonian specialities. Return to the campsite.
Day 20: Saaremaa - Pärnu - Riga (approx. 330km)
You will now leave Kuressaare and drive to Pärnu, the famous seaside resort and summer capital of Estonia. Here you have time for a walk through the Old Town, where you should definitely see beautifully renovated Elisabeth Church, the town hall in classicist style, the remains of the town fortifications. Enjoy a soothing walk along the Baltic Sea coast. The journey continues to Riga, the capital of Latvia. Check-in at a campsite. Free time at your disposal.
Day 21: Excursion Riga
After breakfast, you will meet your guide for the Riga city tour. A diverse architecture with colourful merchants’ houses, the Hanseatic guilds, St. Peter’s Church with the tower, the Blackhead House on the Town Hall Square and the unique Art Nouveau houses in the famous Alberta street - are only a few must-see attractions. Of course, a visit to the largest Baltic market in Latvia is not to be missed. The afternoon is at the guests’ disposal. Return to the campsite in Riga.
Day 22: Riga - Liepaja - Palanga - Curonian Spit (approx. 350km)
Drive from Riga to the Curonian Spit, to Nida.  A stopover in Liepaja (“City of the Wind”) with its white sandy beach and the beautiful old town. On the way, we recommend that you to stop in seaside resort Palanga and visit the impressive Amber Museum in the Tyszkiewicz’s Palace. Short ferry crossing to the Curonian Spit and onward journey to a campsite in Nida. Time at your leisure.
Day 23: The Curonian Spit
Guided bus tour to the beautiful Curonian Spit, which is famous for its untouched nature with huge sand dunes, thatched fishermen’s houses and endless sandy beaches. In the fishing village of Nida, you will visit the High Dune with sundial, the Protestant church with ethnographic cemetery, the famous Thomas Mann House. In the settlement of Juodkrante, you will explore the cormorant colony, the old villa quarter and the legendary Amber Bay. Return to the campsite in Nida.
Day 24: Day at leisure
Today you can relax and spend your time at the beautiful beach. We also recommend a boat or bicycle tour.  Farewell dinner in a local restaurant in Nida with traditional folklore. 
Day 25: Your journey ends today
We say thank you to all the participants and wish you a safe journey home.
The following services are included in the package price:
EXCURSIONS by bus and English-speaking guide:
  • Gdansk-Gdynia-Sopot;
  • Boat tour on Elblag canal;
  • City tour in Klaipeda;
  • Vilnius and Trakai + entrance castle;
  • Gauja National Park + entrance fee Turaida Castle + lunch (2-course menu);
  • Tartu; Tallinn; Saaremaa Island + lunch (2-course menu);
  • Riga; Curonian Spit + entrance fee Thomas Mann Museum;
SIGHTSEEING with the English-speaking guide:
  • Rundale Castle + entrance fee;
  • Sangaste Castle + entrance fee;
  • Dinner at the Rundale Palace (3-course menu);
  • Dinner with folklore in Nida;
Complete tour price on request.

The price will be calculated within the concrete booking details, depending on the travel date, number of participants and requested travel services.  Programme changes are possible according to your travel wishes.  We will be happy to provide you with your personal ferry offer. Please contact us and let us know your wishes.

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