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Cycle the Baltics

Cycle through three countries from Estonia to Lithuania



At a glance

* 9 days cycling with full vehicle support
* 80% tarmac roads, 20% gravel paths
* Group normally 6 to 16 plus leader. Min age 16 yrs
* 10 nights hotels, all en suite 

 

Cycle through three countries from Estonia to Lithuania

Crossing Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, this ride will take you on a journey
of discovery through historic cities, untouched wilderness and along
breathtaking coastline. Our trip will start in Tallinn where the fairytale
architectural style sets an enchanting scene. This will feature throughout
the trip as we journey through Tartu, Riga, Trakai and Vilnius. Between the
architectural highlights, we will also enjoy some of the best cycling this
region has to offer, through beautiful national parks and along idyllic
coastal paths.

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Type: Land Only

Flight prices available from NeenanCycling. Contact us for details

What’s included

* All breakfasts
* All accommodation
* Local bike hire 
* All transport and listed activities
* Tour leader throughout
* Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)

Food:
All breakfasts included.

Breakfast: These will be taken in the hotels. In most places, these will be
buffet style and will offer plenty of choice including cold meat, cheese,
eggs, bread, jams and juice. Lunches: On many of the days due to our remote
rides there will be the option to buy a picnic from the hotel or get supplies
on the way – we can then chose a spot on our ride to stop for a break.
This means we can be flexible and chose the best views for lunch. On some of
the days there will be opportunities to buy lunches in cafes in the towns
that we go through such as Palanga. Dinners: These will be taken in the
hotels or in restaurants and will be hearty meals. Cuisine in this area is
often centred around pork, veal, fish, potatoes, sauerkraut and soups such as
borsch (beetroot soup with meat, in Lithuania this is also served cold). In
Trakai, Kibinai are very popular, these are large savoury baked pastries
traditionally filled with lamb or beef and are very good.

Start destination: Tallinn

End destination: Vilnius

Cycling profile

Day 1

On arrival, there should be some time to explore Tallinn. Tallinn is a
fascinating historical city with many sites to explore. We recommend
strolling through the streets of the Old Town to Raekoja Plats (Town Hall
Square); the square historically served as a market and meeting place and
is surrounded by elaborate merchant houses – the perfect setting to enjoy
a coffee. If you find the round stone with a compass rose in the middle of
the square you will be able to see the 5 church spires of the old town. The
Cathedral of Saint Mary, St. Alexander Nevsky and St. Olav’s Church have long
characterised the skyline of the old town and are well worth a visit, as are
the old town walls.

*Braavo Hotel or similar *

Day 2

This morning there is some free time to further explore Estonia’s
capital (timings will be confirmed by the guide in the welcome briefing).
In the afternoon we leave Tallin behind and drive out of the city (approx.
1h), we will begin our first ride through National Park Lahemaa. The park,
one of the last unspoilt regions of the Baltic Coast, extends over 700 square
kilometres. Its nature is rich and unique. Here you will cycle through thick
woods, marshes and lakes. Above all, the coastline is what makes this area so
distinctive. It is also a rich environment for wildlife with moose and wild
boar, although difficult to spot, and over 220 species of bird – keep your
eyes open! Our accommodation for the evening is situated in the national park
itself and is in a spectacular setting in the grounds of an old distillery.*
*

Park Hotel Palmse or similar

Day 3

Today we have a full day to explore the largest national park in Estonia and
one of the biggest in Europe. We will embark on a circular route taking in as
many of the parks wonderful attractions as possible. Starting from Palmse
Hotel (the former park manor house), we will pass Sagadi manor, the 400 year
old fisherman’s village of Altja, the popular seaside resort of Vosu, and
Kasmu village which is home to the fisherman’s museum. We finish the loop
cycling back through Estonian forests and meadows until we arrive at the
hotel.
*Park Hotel Palmse or similar*

Day 4

We start the day with a bus transfer to the shore of Peipsi Lake (approx.
1.5h), then start cycling from the 17th Century fisherman’s village of
Mustvee. From here we pass through ancient towns and churches. Following an
old Russian tradition, villages in Peipsi only have one street. Because of
this, the shore of Peipsi Lake is one long street with lots of small
settlements dotted along it. We continue cycling into Varnja and then
transfer to Tartu (approx. 30min).
*Tartu Hotel or similar *

Day 5

After breakfast, we have a 40km transfer to Otepaa. This area is known as
‘Estonian Switzerland’ because of its stunning scenery and pine forests.
As you would expect, there are a few hills on today’s ride, though nothing
too steep and challenging with the gradient not going above 7%. Once over the
hills, we cycle through beautiful forest and meadows and past Lake Puhajarve
on our way to Sangaste town. We will visit the park and castle in
Sangaste – walking up the castle tower gives us a great view over Otepaa
and the surrounding green natural areas. After visiting the castle we
continue cycling to Valga city, and from here we transfer by bus to Riga
(approx. 2.5h), our base for the next two nights.
*Ibis Centre Riga or similar*

Day 6

Our journey today will start in the bustling town Riga, Latvia’s largest
town and capital city. The city has a mediaeval old town which is famous for
its wooden buildings and art nouveau architecture. We will then follow the
cycle paths to the beautiful town of Jurmala, which is famous for its
incredible wooden buildings and 19th Century Russian villas. Jurmala is also
one of Latvia’s largest seaside resorts – it has a 33km stretch of
white sandy beach for us to explore on our bikes. There will be plenty of
time to have a swim in the sea before we transfer back to Riga for the night.
**Ibis Centre Riga* *

Day 7

After breakfast, we leave Latvia and transfer directly to Lithuania (approx.
4h). We begin our ride in Sventoji on a beautiful cycle route to Klaipeda,
which lies along the Baltic Coast. On the way we pass Palanga, a traditional
bucket and spade seaside town with a long stretch of sandy beach. It’s a
really fun place to stop, have a wander around, a dip in the sea, and see one
of the most favoured seaside towns among Lithuanians. We will visit the
Palanga Botanical Gardens and manor house which is now home to the amber
museum. There are numerous cafes to sit and enjoy the atmosphere and have
some lunch before we set off again for our final destination of Klaipeda, our
base for two nights. Our hotel is close to the Old Town, so a good spot from
which to explore.
*Amberton Hotel Klaipeda or similar *

Day 8

We transfer to Nida (approx. 1.5h including the ferry ride), known as the
town of retreat, and an artist’s resort. It was home and inspiration for
two summers to the author Thomas Mann and its affluent feel and tranquillity
encourages the feeling that you are on a holiday within a holiday. From here
we explore the 68km long Curonian Spit. The high dunes (up to 60m) running
along the spit have encouraged the local people to refer to the area as the
‘Lithuanian Sahara’. During our ride we will make a stop in Juodkrante and
admire the bizarre wooden carvings on what is known as Witch Hill. The
sculpture park was started in 1979 and now has more than 70 wooden carvings
representing characters of Lithuanian folktale and legend. We will then
continue along the spit with the Baltic Sea extending far into the distance.
We finish the ride at the ferry port, and from here we take the ferry across
the lagoon then transfer back to the hotel in Klaipeda for the night.
*Amberton Hotel Klaipeda or similar*

Day 9

We start the day with a bus transfer to Kintai village (approx. 45mins), and
from here we cycle through dense green forests and beautiful meadows to Vente
Cape. There is a lot of wildlife at Vente Cape as it is a popular resting
place for birds on their migration, and it’s home to one of the first bird
ringing stations in Europe. We will visit the 11m high lighthouse which
offers breathtaking views of the lagoon and golden sand dunes of the Curonian
Split; the lighthouse is a fascinating place, built in 1863 when the cape was
still part of Germany. We continue cycling to the town of Silute where we get
on the bus and transfer to Vilnius (approx. 4h).
*Panorama Hotel or similar *

Day 10

After breakfast, we transfer by bus to the small village of
Semeliskes(approx. 1h). From here we have a picturesque ride over undulating
terrain to Galve Lake. Here the magical and famous Trakai Castle sits, as if
floating on its own island in the middle of the lake – it’s a truly
magical place. We will explore the surrounding areas of the lake and visit
the Castle before transferring back to Vilnius for the night.
*Panorama Hotel or similar*

Day 11

We have a free morning in Vilnius before the trip ends here.

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Customer Feedback

Excellent trip..

Summary:
A very enjoyable trip thanks to a great guide (Lena), a very friendly group
,a very professional driver, a well planned itinerary &,good weather.

Rating: 5

Question:
What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

Answer:
Palmse Manor and the Distillery accommodation .
The Onion Villages on the shores of the Lake.
Guild Hall in Tallinn

Question:
What did you think of your group leader?

Answer:
Lena was outstanding. She was knowledgeable about the three countries and was
a very good communicator. We appreciated the way she shared some of the story
of her own family in the changing situation of Lithuania. She selected good
places for lunches and dinners. She took great care of the slower riders (us
) and ensured that we didn’t take wrong turns and get lost.

Question:
Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

Answer:
Do some training so that you can ride 50 km on fairly flat country without
discomfort. Take the right sort of gear – lycra makes life much easier on the
saddle.

Question:
Is there anything else you would like to add?

Answer:
We would have liked more time in Riga but understand that it’s hard to cover
everything.
The accommodation was very satisfactory throughout.

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Excellent trip..

Summary:
We had a very enjoyable cycle through the Baltic States form Tallinn to
Vilnius. We left on August 28 and finished on September 9th. Our guide Lena
was excellent, the group were all friendly and our driver was highly
professional. We were blessed with fine weather and we thought that the
Grading of 2 was spot on.We would have liked more time in Riga.

Rating: 5

Question:
What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

Answer:
The time spent at Palmse at the Manor house grounds.
The Onion Villages on the side of the lake were also notable.
The Guild Hall in Tallinn .

Question:
What did you think of your group leader?

Answer:
Lena was outstanding – could not have done more for us all. She was
knowledgeable and was able to communicate the stories of the three countries
very well.We appreciated the way she was prepared over the trip to share
elements of her family story. Always thoughtful and took great care of the
tail end riders – us ! She selected very good places for lunches and dinners.

Question:
Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

Answer:
Be prepared – do some training beforehand and have the appropriate gear –
lycra pants make the ride more comfortable.

Question:
Is there anything else you would like to add?

Answer:
Highly recommend this trip to cyclists of a range of abilities.

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Quality product – loved the History, Culture, Food, and scenery

Summary:
I chose the itinerary as it was rated a 2 for physical exertion. (not too
many hills) It was quite different from 3 other European bike tours I have
completed in that most of the country side is either heavily forested or
agricultural. Not a lot of villages in close proximity. Exodus has done a
great job designing the itinerary to get you into the most interesting scenic
areas, the 3 capital cities that have stunning “old city quarters, some
beautiful national park regions I each country. The variety of accommodations
made it memorable, and the food in all 3 countries is outstanding for
freshness of taste and the artistic presentation of meals. All in I
thoroughly enjoyed the 11 days experience.

Rating: 5

Question:
What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

Answer:
Thoroughly enjoyed the 3 capital cities Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius.
Learning the history of the region over the past 100 years with the brutal
occupation by the Germans and the Russians.

Question:
What did you think of your group leader?

Answer:
Simon was outstanding. If you are lucky to have him as your guide, enjoy
every moment of him. He is from Lithuania and is impassioned about the Baltic
Region its history, culture and people. He entertained us with his musical
skill and singing voice. Added in many personal experiences, took us to great
restaurants and gave us 3 hour bike city tours in Riga and Vilnius.

Question:
Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

Answer:
Hope for some good weather – we had the best average 25c each day

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Excellent guide and very good itinerary

Summary:
The riding was great. The leader knowledgeable and inspirational.
Accommodations were pretty basic – not much charm there.

Rating: 4

Question:
What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

Answer:
It was inspirational to learn of the passion of the Baltic peoples to retain
their recently won freedom. There’s a lot of pride and beauty in these
countries.

Question:
What did you think of your group leader?

Answer:
Simon knows the history of the countries and also knows the terrain we were
covering. He had a lot of great stories. Was fun to spend time with.

Question:
Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

Answer:
There isn’t much time on the trip to explore independently in the cities
visited. If you’d like to do that, book extra time before and after the
trip.
Also, unless Exodus adds another guide, be prepared to ride independently
much of the time.

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Almost excellent trip

Summary:
I have just finished the wonderful Exodus cycle trip crossing the three
Baltic Countries Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. First rate trip made extra
special by our wonderful guide Lina Duseviciene who shared with us her
family´s history and their and her own experience of the Soviet era. This
brought us closer to the people of these countries while we cycled through
the beautiful forest and scenery. Not to forget our driver Edvardus who
entertained us with music while driving between locations. I would like to
mention that the hotel we stayed in in Tallin had a really bad or no
air-conditioning.

Rating: 4

Question:
What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

Answer:
Our guide Lina Duseviciene´s told us her family´s history.
In Kolkja villagers where selling their onions –

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Cycling the Baltic States

Summary:
A really outstanding Exodus cycle trip, aided by the most marvellous European
summer. Great group of fellow cyclists, excellent choice of hotels and really
beautiful forest cycleways. Tour leader Lina and driver Andre added
significantly to the overall experience. We have been on a few Exodus trips
and as always we were very well looked after. The cycling was fairly straight
forward and relatively easy.

Rating: 5

Question:
What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

Answer:
So, so many! Hearing Lina’s family history put so much of the trip into
perspective. We had the delightful combination of beautiful rides, the
sharing of stories and the incredible history of the proud peoples of the
Baltic States.

Question:
What did you think of your group leader?

Answer:
Absolutely sensational! Lina was the best tour guide we have ever had, and
that is saying something. Caring, considerate, always looking out for
opportunities to improve our experience, there was never a time when she was
anything other than a delight to be with. Her willingness to share her story
put everything into perspective. Faultless! For goodness sake give her more
work, she is a wonderful ambassador for Exodus. I do have to add that your
choice of tour guides on all of the trips we have done gives significant
credit to Exodus as an organisation. We always look at Exodus tours before
considering other travel companies.

Question:
Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

Answer:
If you are even reasonably fit, do this cycle tour. A really wonderful way to
see and hear about the incredible Baltic States.

Question:
Is there anything else you would like to add?

Answer:
A really wonderful holiday in all respects. Keep up the excellent work and
consider paying Lina a significant bonus, she is wonderful!

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Cycling the Baltic States

Summary:
A really outstanding Exodus cycle trip, aided by the most marvellous European
summer. Great group of fellow cyclists, excellent choice of hotels and really
beautiful forest cycleways. Tour leader Lina and driver Andre added
significantly to the overall experience. We have been on a few Exodus trips
and as always we were very well looked after. The cycling was fairly straight
forward and relatively easy.

Rating: 5

Question:
What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

Answer:
So, so many! Hearing Lina’s family history put so much of the trip into
perspective. We had the delightful combination of beautiful rides, the
sharing of stories and the incredible history of the proud peoples of the
Baltic States.

Question:
What did you think of your group leader?

Answer:
Absolutely sensational! Lina was the best tour guide we have ever had, and
that is saying something. Caring, considerate, always looking out for
opportunities to improve our experience, there was never a time when she was
anything other than a delight to be with. Her willingness to share her story
put everything into perspective. Faultless! For goodness sake give her more
work, she is a wonderful ambassador for Exodus. I do have to add that your
choice of tour guides on all of the trips we have done gives significant
credit to Exodus as an organisation. We always look at Exodus tours before
considering other travel companies.

Question:
Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

Answer:
If you are even reasonably fit, do this cycle tour. A really wonderful way to
see and hear about the incredible Baltic States.

Question:
Is there anything else you would like to add?

Answer:
A really wonderful holiday in all respects. Keep up the excellent work and
consider paying Lina a significant bonus, she is wonderful!

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A great holiday

Summary:
My first cycling trip couldn’t have gone better, a great group of people, an
excellent leader and luck with the weather. There is a good mixture of
cycling and tourism although the itinerary is full so there isn’t a lot of
free time or opportunity for stopping en route.

Rating: 5

Question:
What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

Answer:
I liked the undulations of the day around Trakkai as knew I would get lost
and didnt have to save any energy for other rides! Enjoyed seeing how fast I
could go. Really enjoyed the beauty of Palmse. The day at Jurmala was good as
we had free time and loved the dachas.

Question:
What did you think of your group leader?

Answer:
Lina was excellent, organised but friendly. Her sharing of her personal
experiences of life in Lithuania brought the whole trip alive. She has an
extensive factual knowledge of the Baltic and found some great places for us
to eat.

Question:
Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

Answer:
If I had known that a cycle pannier was provided, I wouldn’t have brought a
cycling rucksack. Water was also provided so a single water bottle was fine.
The trip notes said that there should be time to look round Tallinn but the
Exodus flights were an evening arrival. Some of the group arrived a day
earlier to see the city which was a good idea.

Question:
Is there anything else you would like to add?

Answer:
A 5 hour stop over in Riga was too long, there was an earlier flight
connection. Paper maps are hard to use when you are cycling in a lot of pine
forest, could there be an option to give us GPX routes as well. This would
have really helped anyone getting lost.

I do not wish my name to be used.

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Comments from Christine and David Martin

Summary:
We enjoyed the holiday very much, we had a good insight into the three
capital cities and a fiar understanding of how the countyry side worked.
The food was much better than expected ,
we had feared it might mainly be pork and dumplings but it was a good
selection of ‘western ‘ and local dishes.
The cycling was mainly through forest tracks which do not give many views of
the country side but perhaps it is very difficult to design a cycling holiday
in a very forested area to include time to stop and look aroun villages .
Although the cycling was not technically difficult there were times when it
was necessary to keep close to the leader mto avoid getting lost. A back
marker would have been very useful and would have been able to cope with any
problems (punctures, accidents) as well as ensuring.

Rating: 4

Question:
What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

Answer:
looking around the old towns and being told of the problems which the three
countries had faced during the last 100 or so years.

Question:
What did you think of your group leader?

Answer:
Lina was very personable, knowledgable about the areas we went throuh. She
told us in great detail about the histories of the countries, the problems
which they faced and, potentailly, still face.
She interacted well with all members of the group, ensured that the eveing
and lunch time restaurants wer einteresting. It seemsed that the distances
which we cycled and were transferred were quite long for the times allocated
, we always seemed to be trying to catch up with the schedule. Not sure if
that is a problem of the design of the holiday. but loading a nd unloading
the bikes takes about one hour

Question:
Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

Answer:
be prepared for fairly hectic days

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Great trip

Summary:
Great trip

Rating: 5

Question:
What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

Answer:
Lina’s Stories of Lithuania

Question:
What did you think of your group leader?

Answer:
Excellent. Thankyou Lina

Question:
Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

Answer:
Don’t take too much luggage. It soon becomes a pain, especially in small
hotels with stairs. Take a travel kettle if you like to drink tea. Take
cycling shorts.

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Activity Levels


Activity Levels range from Leisurely to Tough, the grading takes into account the daily cycling distances and terrain, as well as any technical riding skill required. We also consider the number of cycling days as there can be a cumulative affect from tiredness on a longer trip and the type of accommodation used, as this can also influence your day to day recovery.

If you are in any doubt, please give us a call on +353-1-607 9900 or email us.


Activity level 1 - Leisurely Activity level 1: Leisurely

If you can ride a bike and enjoy gentle exercise, these are an ideal introduction to a cycling holiday. No routes are entirely flat, so expect some short climbs and descents. Maximum daily height gain is approximately 250 metres and daily distances rarely exceed 50kms (32 miles), any longer days are often optional.


Activity level 3 - Moderate Activity level 3: Moderate

Most people who enjoy a weekend riding at home will enjoy a Moderate trip. You need to be in good health and reasonably fit. Ideal for occasional cyclists, or as a more relaxed trip for fitter riders. Moderate off-road trips require no previous experience. Distances rarely exceed 70kms (43 miles) per day.


Activity level 5 - Challenging Activity level 5: Challenging

For any ride at this level, fitness is important. Challenging trips require confidence in your ability and physical condition. They are equivalent to an extended period of cycling at home. Previous mountain biking experience is essential for Challenging off road trips as they will involve some technical riding.


Activity level 7 - Tough Activity level 7: Tough

Previous experience of the cycling style or surface is a must as these routes have long cycling days and tougher terrain on both road and off road trips. You need complete confidence in your fitness and technical ability to cope with difficult or steep terrain, rough surfaces and longer distances. Ideal for those seeking a challenge!


Split grades

In order to provide more accuracy, where a trip falls between two grades we use an intermediate or ‘split’ grade, for example 2: Leisurely/Moderate.


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