Being on a bit of a time restriction, I want to make most of my time in Lithuania. So I'm looking for information about visiting the Curonian Spit in a day-tour from Klaipeda, and opinions about whether is better to take a tour or just go by myself. I'm not interested in one of those tours that just pass by the places and spend time only at restaurants and shops.
If doing it by myself, what is THE place to visit in the Curonian Spit?
Does anyone know roughly the price of land suitable for building a house on in the Klaipeda area?
In the beginning of august we come to klaipeda in the middle of our trip to lithianiua & latvia. How can we be sure if its possible to go too the missile base on a certain day, is it organized, which days , ????
Does anyone know the name of a tour company in Klaipeda...that will do a one day tour...for a small group?
Hallo all there in Klaipeda and Lithuanian coast! I wanna ask for some advices: with which weather conditions can I count this time in a region of Klaipeda? I know the temperature will be some 10 - 15 below zero but do I have a chance to see the sea frozen? Will there be a snow in countryside and how much? And finally: I wanna see the abandoned Russian rocket base - is the entrance free or do I have to go with a guide or in a group? I am just single. Thaxforall.
I consider the trip to Lithuania and Latvia seaside this July (2+2children by car). 1.It looks that spending a couple of days in Nemunas Deltas area gives an advantage of visiting Kuronian Spit and Klaipeda.Is that correct?Otherwise I can set "my base" in Pape Lake area and in rainy days visit Palanga/Kretinga and Klaipeda. Will I miss something else worthy to visit there or on the way Kaunas-Klaipeda?
2.Is Deltas Nemunas is interesting to visit in July?
What could be the average and minimum price/per person for acomodation in a private house or a camping hut - simple (no radio or TV but convenient bathroom/WC)standard in such area? Maybe any recomendations? Maybe quiet or wild camping places also for tents?
3.Does anybody know places in this area good for swiming for children?
Is the water in Niemen river and Kuronian Bay (at this part) clean (for swiming)?
4.Is it worthy to obtain Russian visa and visit Kaliningradskaja Oblast for one day- to see somethig nice or realy interesting? If yes-Is it easy to cross the border for pedestrians?
5.Has anybody heard anything about canoeing on Bartuva river in Lithuania or Latvia?
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