Cycling Holidays in the Baltics
Extensive forests, unspoilt landscapes, the Baltic Sea on the one side and vast lakes and a dozen national parks on the other side: In the course of a cycling tour Eurobike shows you a region, which is ideal for bike touring. Here you find an excellent infrastructure in an untouched idyll and unspoilt scenery which can only rarely be found in Europe.
Dream destination Baltic Countries: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania - a cycling paradise in North Eastern Europe
The Baltics are rather small measured against the uninhabited, vast areas of North Eastern Europe, but in regards to history, culture and economy it is even more significant and for nature enthusiasts a true feast for the eyes. Our cycling tours in the Baltics lead you very leisurely and without any rush through some of the most beautiful nature parks of the Baltic Sea. In this pleasant, cool climate cycling becomes very relaxing – the mild maritime climate protects the region from extrem temperature fluctuations. There is also no need to worry about too many ascents: the hightest peak in the entire Baltic region is just over 300 m above sea level and the short ascents of dunes and hills are easy to manage along the cycle paths. Despite pleasantly cool air temperatures the Baltic Sea invites you to a dip. Since the influx of cold water from the arctic is missing, water temperatures in summer amount on average to approximately 17° celsius and can even reach more than 20° celsius near the beach on especially sunny summer days.
Self-guided cycling tour in the Baltic countries: from Tallinn to Vilnius
This self-guided cycle trip in the Baltic States starting from Estonia leads you through several national parks along some of the most stunning cycle paths of the region from Tallinn via Riga all the way to Vilnius. You start in the breathtaking lake scenery of Estonia, where you cycle among others along the shores of Europe’s fourth largest lake, Lake Peipussee. En route you come across idyllic fishing villages where you can sample local delicacies during your lunch break. Further highlights await such as old palaces, white beaches and a route through the World Cultural Heritage site Courland Spit all the way to Vilnius. Discover Riga’s old part of town, look for the treasure of the Baltic Sea – amber – and visit Gothic castle fortresses!
Guided cycling tour in the Baltic countries: Three countries in 11 days
Our guided group tour in the Baltics starts in Vilnius. Before you embark on your cycling tour on the first day you start with a guided city walk in Lithuania’s capital and a visit to the old capital Trakai with its moated castle dating back to the 14th century. Water is a significant element for the entire Baltic landscape and you can look forward to exceptional views onto the marvellous lakescape and the sea. Numerous white sandy beaches en route invite to a dip or a rest. After your visit to Riga you continue through the picturesque Gauja national park, cycle path the oldest church in Estonia and the circular Kaali meteor crater until you reach the capital Tallinn.
Carefree cycling holiday – perfectly organised
No rush, no hauling luggage around, no tedious search for the route or an accommodation – we at Eurobike know that holidays are short and every day is precious. Hence we offer an all round perfectly organised cycling holiday and also take all your troubles away during our cycling holidays in the Baltics. Which means you get to enjoy your holiday wholeheartedly. Our daily tours with an average distance of 35 to 40 kilometres are not only suitable for expert cyclists but also for beginners. We have compiled the most stunning cycling tours in the Baltics – longer distances between the stages can be comfortably managed by bus or boat. Our carefully selected accommodations are tailoured to activity-loving holidaymakers and include a range of comfortable hotels and characteristic guest houses and inns with appropriate facilities and comfort depending on the region. Start with Eurobike into an exceptional cycling holiday in the Baltics!
The Baltic coast and National Parks of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania explored on very scenic routes, including the three capital cities – Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius – with their old towns designated by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites.